Anemia of Chronic Disease Directory
Anemia is a low level of red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout the body. Anemia of chronic disease occurs when that anemia is associated with a chronic condition such as cancer, digestive disorders, autoimmune disorders, and other health problems. Symptoms include weakness, fatigue, paleness, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how anemia of chronic disease is caused as well as symptoms, treatments, and much more.
Dietary Iron and Iron Supplements
Iron is a key nutrient missing from many Americans' diets. WebMD explains how to get more iron in your diet with supplements and food sources.
How Anemia Is Diagnosed and Treated
WebMD's guide to the diagnosis and treatment of various types of anemia.
Symptoms of Anemia
WebMD's guide to the symptoms of the various types of anemia.
The Basics of Anemia
WebMD's overview of the many types and causes of anemia.
Why Am I So Tired? Conditions That Cause Fatigue
Learn about conditions that might cause you to feel sluggish during the day, such as anemia, thyroid trouble, sleep apnea, diabetes, heart disease, depression, and menopause.
The Risks of Cancer-Related Anemia
You don't have to be bone-tired during treatment.