Can ‘Ellu Mittai’ reduce anaemia among children?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), children aged between six  months to six years are considered anaemic if haemoglobin (Hb) level is less than 11 g/dL.

published on : 13th January 2022

Kadiyam Foundation focuses on helping women with anaemia in Warangal

Apart from distributing food kits to those visiting the outpatient department of her hospital, Kavya has also been offering peanut cakes and packets of jaggery to women and girls dealing with anaemia.

published on : 19th December 2021

Karimnagar to be 'Anaemia Mukt'

In the first phase, Health Department and ICDS authorities would conduct tests with the help of self-help groups. The focus would be ion households and institutions as part of the special drive. 

published on : 3rd December 2021

Karnataka sees rise in number of anaemic kids, women in last five years

Notwithstanding numerous initiatives to provide nutritious food, anaemia continues to be a major health problem among women and children in Karnataka.

published on : 29th November 2021

Two-Third children, women found anaemic in Odisha  

As per the National Family Health Survey 5 statistics released on Nov 24, the per centage of anaemic children rose to 64.2 per cent compared to the 44.6 pc recorded in NFHS-4 conducted in 2015-2016.

published on : 25th November 2021

Tired & weak: Quarter of Telangana population suffers from anaemia

The State’s overall disease burden for anaemia is shocking with the report summarising that roughly 53,53,541 non-pregnant women are anaemic and 97,473 pregnant women anaemic.

published on : 2nd October 2021

Child marriages on the rise in Guntur district

Integrated Child Development Services project director Manoranjani said that due to the lockdown the child marriages increased especially in Andhra's rural and tribal areas. 

published on : 19th July 2021

Now, 'eye card' to help spot anaemic goats in herd in Kerala

The card will help the farmer know when to deworm a goat by looking at its inner eyelids, as one can determine if the animal has a parasite problem with the help of the card.

published on : 11th July 2021

Good food, exercise more important than ever: Health expert

In the last 18 months that saw intermittent lockdowns, people have been largely confined to their home, resulting in less physical activity.

published on : 9th July 2021

Iron supplements can’t address anaemia, finds NIN study

Experts say these findings provide a fresh insight into how the public health problem of anaemia needs to be dealt with.

published on : 9th June 2021