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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.
The body's average temperature when it is measured orally is 98.6°F (37°C), but it normally fluctuates during the day.
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.