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adverse effects

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  • In addition to concerns that hoodia supplements often do not actually contain hoodia you can never know because the substance is not regulated, some studies suggest that hoodia can cause adverse effects on the liver and make life difficult for diabetics, pregnant women, the elderly, and children.

    The Flex Diet

  • Sadly, those most in need of protection—people susceptible to demyelination and paralysis should they come down with an acute infection—are also those most likely to be at risk of severe adverse effects from the very vaccines meant to help them.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Some of this has to do with the success of conservatives in fanning the politics of resentment-by wildly overstating, for example, the adverse effects of affirmative action on white workers.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • This suggests that an effect on autoimmunity might be a sensitive toxic end point an effect that occurs at doses lower than other adverse effects for methoxychlor, and therefore of particular interest for risk assessment.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • The decision was influenced by a study conducted on the possible adverse effects from high-altitude radiation, decompression, recompression, and hypothermia.

    Strategic Air Command: People Aircraft and Missiles 2nd Edition

  • “Should adverse effects ensue, you would be liable to punishment,” Pomfrey continued.

    Hokas Pokas

  • A review of medical literature and US government data suggests that: (i) many cases of idiopathic autism are induced by early mercury exposure from thimerosal; (ii) this type of autism represents an unrecognized mercurial syndrome; and (iii) genetic and non-genetic factors establish a predisposition whereby thimerosal’s adverse effects occur only in some children.

    The Panic Virus

  • When first drinking alcohol, the alcohol-prone individual experiences pleasure and a marked sense of relaxation and is resistant to adverse effects such as loss of motor control, dizziness, and nausea.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

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