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http://www.mothering.com/discussions...ad.php?t=57794 This thread will take you through all the information step-by-step. Some of the links no longer work, for those links which do not work, they are in this thread... http://www.mothering.com/discussions...ght=meningitis The following link has the list of ingredients, which vaccines it is found in, and if you click on the ingredient, it will show you how it affects the human...
My youngest was like that! I think they just like the feeling and it's one part of their body that they have under control, iykwim.
I don't expect others to like my children. I haven't heard anyone say they don't like any one of my children, but there are a few who are uncomfortable around my HOH dd. I think the most hurtful comment I have heard about any of my children, was when one person(an adult!) asked about my HOH dd, "Is she retarded?". I think it was mostly the use of that particular word, especially by an adult, as other children have asked me, "What is wrong with your kid?" and that hasn't...
U/S are notoriously faulty at predicting dates. They rely on the tech's ability to read the data.
Thought it was a good time to
What an awful thing to experience.
Quote: Originally Posted by mamakay Have you ever heard of "humoral immunity", MITB? Yes. Quote: Originally Posted by mamakay Or when they test for "antibodies" how they look for IgA, IgG, IgM, etc? Do you know what they are? Yes. ETA: a link for those who are new to this...http://www.jdaross.cwc.net/humoral_immunity.htm
Quote: Originally Posted by Trillian The diseases they refer to here are genetic diseases such as Prader-Willi Syndrome and Angelman Syndrome, which are caused by abnormal imprinting patterns. It does not refer to diseases which may trigger immune system memory. Okay, can you provide that link? I looked at the link and when I clicked on the highlighted part, it said the site was not...
Quote: Originally Posted by mamakay I haven't seen any evidence presented that antibodies in the gut even do make it into the bloodstream. And even if they did, it would be temporary. But would it be just enough to create the necessary memory cells? Quote: colostrum contains large quantities of antibodies that cross the intestinal mucosa and enter the infant's blood. http://www.mansfield.ohio-state.edu/...on/black17.htm
Quote: Originally Posted by mamakay You might have to periodically be exposed to something to stay immune for life, since exposure can "remind" your immune system how to kill that bug. I think you are thinking of antbodies being present as a sign of immunity. True immunity is only found iin memory cells and we still do not have any way to measure those. http://www.accessexcellence.org/AE/A...ory_cells.html Quote: After the human...
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