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Hematopoiesis requires two major materials, namely Erythropoietin ( EPO ) and iron.
Ultraviolet (UV) refers to the light with a wavelength of 100 ~ 400nm in sunlight, which can be divided into UVA with a wavelength of 320 ~ 400nm, UVB with a wavelength of 280 ~ 320nm and UVC with a wavelength of 100 ~ 280 nm.
The body's average temperature when it is measured orally is 98.6°F (37°C), but it normally fluctuates during the day.
Thalassemia is a blood disorder passed down from family blood line; such an inherited disease is abnormal hemoglobin for the protein in red blood cell carries oxygen that destroys red blood cells and anemia.