Low levels of vitamin A is known as Vitamin A Deficiency and causes preventable blindness and severe visual impairment in infants. It also causes night blindness in pregnant women and raises the risk of mortality in maternal years. A lack of Vitamin A depletes the immune system in infants and it is more likely that they will die from measles, or respiratory infections. Symptoms of Vitamin A deficiency consist of dry eyes, dry skin, inflammation of the eyes, and reduced vision at night. To prevent Vitamin A deficiency, staying healthy and nutrition are key, taking supplements can also help.
Vitamin A Deficiency Bioinformatics Tool
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