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 Pediatric Hemoglobin?

Answer Hemoglobin is an essential molecule to children as well as adults. Hemoglobin in children is the same as hemoglobin in adults, but the metabolic needs stemming from growth and development necessita... Read More »
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What should i eat to increase my hemoglobin my age is 29. My hemoglobin count is just 8?

Should see your doctor to make sure you are healthy and if the problem is just due to a poor diet.My first thought was red meat and green vegetables. But problem can be more complicated: See link... Read More »
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How to Build Hemoglobin?

Hemoglobin is the protein found in the blood that transports oxygen from the lungs to every cell within the body. Having too much or too little hemoglobin in the blood could cause adverse health ef... Read More »
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Elevated Hemoglobin?

Hemoglobin is an iron-rich protein that gives red blood cells their color. It transports oxygen from the lungs to other organs. Elevated hemoglobin counts, detectable through a blood test, are asso... Read More »
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Hemoglobin Catabolism?

Hemoglobin is a compound composed of a heme functional group -- an iron atom contained in an organic (carbon) ring -- and the colorless protein, globin. Its primary function is to transport oxygen ... Read More »
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