anaemia : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words


  • n  a lack of vitality
  • n  a deficiency of red blood cells

  • For now, its practitioners make judgments on the basis of checklists and observation solid methodology as far as it goes, but not the same as, say, a blood test for anaemia or .
  • At Mergentheim in Wurttemburg, Germany, a man of 73, busily at work writing the fifth volume of his memories sank beneath the pale hand of anaemia and last week he died.
  • In fact, I was threatened with pernicious anaemia.
News & Articles


  • Chakraborty in (blog)
    People are dying of starvation. The effects of malnutrition have made worker communities vulnerable to anaemia, tuberculosis, anthrax and severe dysentery,Chakraborty said.
  • Thoraya Obaid in UN News Centre
    Food must remain a priority, of course, including nutritional supplements for pregnant and lactating women who have already been weakened by malnourishment and anaemia,Ms. Obaid said. "But this outbreak highlights the urgency of greater...
  • Anbumani Ramadoss in Times of India
    To this, Ramadoss replied: "We have decided to conduct frequent surveys to see how effective the programmes are. We want to make an anaemia-free society."

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