Iron Deficiency Anemia, Not Iron Deficiency, Is Associated with Reduced Attention in Healthy Young Women

@inproceedings{Cook2017IronDA,
  title={Iron Deficiency Anemia, Not Iron Deficiency, Is Associated with Reduced Attention in Healthy Young Women},
  author={Rebecca Louise Cook and Nicholas J. O’Dwyer and Helen M Parker and Cheyne E Donges and Hoi Lun Cheng and Katharine Steinbeck and Eka Peng Cox and Janet L Franklin and Manohar L Garg and Kieron B. Rooney and Helen T. O’Connor},
  booktitle={Nutrients},
  year={2017}
}
Women of reproductive age are at increased risk for iron deficiency (ID) and iron deficiency anemia (IDA), with both implicated in decreased cognitive function (CF). Obesity may complicate this association via inflammatory-mediated ferritin elevation. This cross-sectional study examined the association between hematological iron status (iron replete (IR), ID or IDA) and CF in healthy, young (18-35 years) women of normal-weight (NW: BMI 18.5-24.9 kg/m²) or obese-weight (OB: BMI >30 kg/m… CONTINUE READING
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