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Iodine deficiency problem remains unsolved in Ukraine

Anastasia Forina Author: Anastasia Forina All articles by this author

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Aug. 27, 2012 17:15
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The consumption of iodized salt is considered the easiest way to prevent iodine deficiency disorders.
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Oksana Yanchenko is just 39, but she will have to take medications for the rest of her life because of a problem that can be prevented by consuming a pinch of iodized salt per day. 

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