EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANEMIA
Malnutrition or anemia are also conditions which greatly disturb sleep.
He seems to regard Atheism as a city malady, like rickets and anemia.
That's the third time this year, so she must really have anemia.
It is precisely on a par with anemia, dyspepsia or fatigue, or any other like unhappy fact of personal biography.
There are wasting diseases; tuberculosis, for example, and anemia.
In anemia the sounds are very loud and clear and do not seem to represent the actual strength of the heart.
A special kind of anemia affecting young girls is called chlorosis.
She is easily discouraged because anemia or bloodlessness fails to supply the oxygen necessary to a fight.
The hæmorrhages from anemia are, on the other hand, so frequent, as to explain the majority of such cases as Dr. Clarke's.
In nearly all of the diseases of the heart and in anemia the pulse becomes rapid.