Vitamin K plays a huge role in blood clotting and other processes in the body. Vitamin K deficiency is most common in newborns that didn’t receive enough vitamin K through the placenta or through breast milk. Vitamin K deficiency can cause blood clotting and bleeding problems in all ages but more often in infants. Treatment is to take vitamin K supplements but to avoid it completely a healthy diet is the best way.
Vitamin K Deficiency Bioinformatics Tool
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