Type ii hypersensitivity

Salt Shockers Slideshow: High-Sodium Surprises

Slideshow: High-Sodium Shockers

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Traditional Bread Sauce - I start this on Christmas Eve with making the flavoured milk and the breadcrumbs, then I combine them on Christmas Day. It's the smell that tells me Christmas really has started.

Traditional Bread Sauce

These people made an insulin pump for their T1 daughter's AG doll. Same pump we use. No instructions but thinking I can make it out of large tic-tac box...

Diabetes community by Diabetes Hands Foundation: TuDiabetes Top 23 Low-Carb snacks

A handy guide to the most common types of baby rashes you might see in an infant under a year old. Infections, allergies, and lifestyle can play a factor

Types of Baby Rashes

Incredible quick guide for the most common rashes in infants and babies under one-year old. Includes treatments and how contagious they are!

800 IU Vitamin E improved levels of liver cell-injury markers in blood, and both reduced liver fat levels and inflammation. But only vitamin E produced significant improvements in the appearance of liver tissue on biopsies. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant, and an obvious choice once the role of oxidant stress was made clear in NAFLD. People with fatty liver disease and NASH have depressed levels of vitamin E in their blood, the result of increased oxidation.

Why NOT to watch TV, have lights on or use your smartphone at night: Artificial Lighting Poses Health Risks, American Medical Association Asserts

Magda Havas’ New EHS Study Has Serious Flaws « Skepticism « Critical Thinking « Skeptic North

The Legitimacy Diet, Part 3 – Science, It’s Alive « Canada « Skeptic North

Cytokine storm"list of symptoms are extreme fatigue, low mood, anxiousness, anxiety, insomnia, high fever, intermittent hot flashes, swelling & redness,& nausea.Cytokine Storms are very serious and with the right set of circumstances can be fatal. If the storm is concentrated in the lungs and airways, the mucus &inflammation has the potential to block airways& result in death..a Type II hypersensitivity allergic reaction&only an Immunologist would connect cytokines with it"

Have You “Weathered” a Cytokine Storm?

Kyoto, Japan Two Paths Through the Tangled Japanese Forest (by Stuck in Customs)