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  1. 1. ANEMIAHolli GamelGinger Fernandez
  2. 2. WHAT ISANEMIA? A condition in which the body does not have enough red blood cells • Red blood cells – provides oxygen to body tissues
  3. 3. HOW DOESONE GET • If the body doesn’tANEMIA? get enough blood • If the body has problems making red blood cells • Red blood cells break down or die faster than the body can replace them with new ones
  4. 4. WHEN DOES IT It can occur at any age.OCCUR?
  5. 5. WHERE IN THE In the bloodstream becauseBODY DOES ITATTACK? that’s where all the red blood cells are.
  6. 6. WHO IS Anyone can get it but it isAFFECTED? most common in teenagers, growing children, both men and women over 75 years old, and women who are of child-bearing age.
  7. 7. HOW IS IT To get red blood cell countsTREATED? or hemoglobin levels back to normal so that your organs and tissues can get enough oxygen.
  8. 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY • health- topics/topics/anemia/treatment. html • articles/Tjn8XyKKss3/How+some one+get+anemic+Can+due+anor exia+form • /feature- articles/content.php?contentid= 000390