Anaemia affects half of Indigenous kids

A study has found alarming rates of iron deficiency in Indigenous school kids, many times higher than their non-Indigenous peers In the study published this week in the Australian Journal of Rural Health, researchers screened 201 Indigenous students aged 5-15 years within a remote Northern Territory community. Of these, they found 105 (52%) were found

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