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9 signs of an iron deficiency doctors say you should never ignore

Iron is a metal, and while it might not sound like something you can eat, it's actually a very important nutrient. But millions of people all over the world don't get enough. In fact, iron deficiency is the most common and widespread nutritional disorder in the world, according to the WHO, which estimates that some 2 billion people, or 30% of the world's entire population, have anemia, which is caused by lack of iron.
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