Researchers have found a significantly higher rate of anaemia among children in Xinjiang than elsewhere in China. Photo: Bloomberg Researchers have found a significantly higher rate of anaemia among children in Xinjiang than elsewhere in China. Photo: Bloomberg
Researchers have found a significantly higher rate of anaemia among children in Xinjiang than elsewhere in China. Photo: Bloomberg
Xinjiang

High anaemia rate in China’s Xinjiang region points to malnutrition in young people: studies

  • Papers published in two medical journals show extent of blood condition in children despite economic growth in the western region
  • The rise of some other diseases, including diabetes, mirrors national health trends and may be attributed to an ageing population

Topic |   Xinjiang
Researchers have found a significantly higher rate of anaemia among children in Xinjiang than elsewhere in China. Photo: Bloomberg Researchers have found a significantly higher rate of anaemia among children in Xinjiang than elsewhere in China. Photo: Bloomberg
Researchers have found a significantly higher rate of anaemia among children in Xinjiang than elsewhere in China. Photo: Bloomberg
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