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Iron fact sheet

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NIH Clinical Center brief recommends iron level monitoring for various groups of women and children, points out sources and problems with supplementation. "Iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia are relatively common in women of childbearing age, older infants and toddlers, and teenage girls, so they should be periodically screened for iron deficiency," fact sheet says. NIH also recommends supplementation only when advised by a doctor and usually the ferrous form, rather than ferric. Men and postmenopausal women are advised to be cautious in taking iron in addition to their diet. Full report can be found at www.cc.nih.gov/ccc/supplements/iron.html
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