Introduction Most organizations are normally engulfed in a number of day to day conflicts which are evident in each and every level of management. Whether the conflict is subtly covert or openly hostile, they tend to involve the use of strong personal feelings that may hinder the flow of the company as well as its productivity. More often than not, both sides present valid viewpoints that make the process of finding an amicable solution to become more strenuous. The differences in interpersonal perceptions normally become sharper when the organizational stakes are seemingly high with the management finding an issue in the building of the organizational success along the different opinions held by each and every one of its employees while ensuring that they do not jeopardize the overall growth, satisfaction, and performance of the firm.
Anaemia is a condition in which the number of the red blood cells (RBCs) is insufficient to meet the physiological needs. These erythrocytes contain the hemoglobin, which carries the oxygen throughout the body. Therefore, having a balanced diet, including such elements as iron, vitamin B12, folate, and minerals, can help in boosting the RBC production (Malboram et al. 191). This disease affects the people of all races and ages. However, it is common in the young women because of the increased iron demands and menstrual blood losses. For instance, diamond-blackfan anemia (DBA) is associated with the bone marrow failure disorders. The illness can be successfully treated with the proper medications, including corticosteroids and chronic transfusions. Many people are living with the ailment and have survived well into their adulthood.