Women’s Are at High Risk of Developing Vitamin D25 Deficiency, Anaemic and Thyroid

23rd March, 2022

Women’s Are at High Risk of Developing Vitamin D25 Deficiency, Anaemic and Thyroid

In the study of Indus Health Plus found Women are more likely to have vitamin deficiencies, low Bone Mineral Density (BMD), and are at high risk of developing thyroid and anaemia. You can avoid such health conditions through regular health checkups, genetic screening and timely management.  

Mr. Amol Naikawadi, Preventive Healthcare Specialist and JMD Indus Health Plus said, “Women’s health urgently needs to be in top priority. Making women aware of health risks associated with them that can be handled by regular screening, timely intervention and early treatment. Additionally, genetic screening also helps in understanding an individual’s predisposition to various deficiencies and disorders. Regular follow-ups, regular health checkups and a healthy lifestyle can help women prepare themselves in timely management of deficiencies and disorders”. News Covers in passionateinmarketing, APN News, finance.icourban, thehealthsite.
 

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