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Could low levels of iron and vitamin B12 contribute to bad behavior in young boys?

New research has found that a deficiency of iron and vitamin B12 in young boys around age 8 could be linked to behavior problems later in childhood. Led by the University of Michigan School of Public Health, United States, the new study set out to assess whether levels of iron, blood concentrations of zinc, folate, vitamins A and B12, and anemia were associated with behavior problems in 1,042 children age 5-12 in Bogot, Colombia. The researchers looked at both internalizing behaviors, such as anxiety an

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