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Tarragon and Mustard Cod Delicious by DaVita - Tarragon and Mustard Cod 

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Delicious by Davita - Coconut Chicken Salad

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Coconut Chicken Salad
Delicious by DaVita - Kale and Sausage Pasta

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Kale and Sausage Pasta
Delicious by DaVita - Pork Stir Fry 

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Pork Stir Fry
Delicious by DaVita - Ginger Chicken Sliders 

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Ginger Chicken Sliders
Delicious by DaVita - Wild Cod 

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Delicious by DaVita - Lemon Parmesan Spaghetti Squash 
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Delicious by DaVita - Turkish Turkey Meatballs 
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Almond, Walnut Red Pepper Sauce
Delicious by DaVita - Almond, Walnut Red Pepper Sauce 
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Artichoke and Caper Chicken
Delicious by DaVita - Artichoke and Caper Chicken 
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Pumpkin Walnut Cookies
Delicious by DaVita - Pumpkin and Walnut Cookies 
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Roasted Butternut Squash and Apple Salad
Delicious by DaVita - Roasted Butternut Squash & Apple Salad 
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Delicious by DaVita - Roasted Squash with Lemon Gremolata 
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Coconut Wild Rice Soup
Delicious by DaVita - Coconut Wild Rice Soup 
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Apple, Blue Cheese and Kale Salad
Delicious by DaVita - Apple, Blue Cheese and Kale Salad 
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Pesto Chicken
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Anemia
When your red blood cells can't carry enough oxygen to other parts of your body, you're said to have anemia. It can occur because you have fewer red blood cells than normal; you have a lack of oxygen-transporting hemoglobin (HEE-moe-glow-bin) in your blood; or your red cells have decreased in volume.
Blood donation requirements
Requirements for blood donors vary somewhat from one state to another, but there are general guidelines established by the Red Cross. In most instances donors should be 17 or older, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be in good health.
Donating blood before surgery
It's becoming increasingly common to donate your own blood to be used during surgery, when your operation is scheduled far enough in advance. This method is known as autologous (aw-TOL-oh-guss) donation.
Hypoglycemia
Hypoglycemia (hi-poe-gly-SEE-me-uh) is the medical term for low blood sugar. To some degree, you've probably experienced hypoglycemia at one time or another, when you've gone too long between meals.
Sickle-cell anemia
Most commonly afflicting African-Americans, and people with ancestors in regions like Greece, Italy, or India, sickle cell anemia is an inherited disease that can be painful and destructive.
Transfusions
Transfusions are procedures where blood or blood products are pumped into your bloodstream. They can help replace blood lost during accidents or operations; boost red cell count in anemic patients; supply clotting factor for hemophiliacs, so their blood will thicken when needed; and increase white blood cells in those receiving chemotherapy.
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