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A member posted this valueable study in a low visibility thread,its a review of the evidence of mistakes in Endocrinological Assessment of Thyroid Function.It is noted that even thorough analysis of the known measurable Parameters leaves a high amount of uncertainty of true availability of...
BMC Pediatr. 2012; 12: 85.
Published online 2012 Jun 24. doi: 10.1186/1471-2431-12-85
Severe vitamin B12 deficiency in an exclusively breastfed 5-month-old Italian infant born to a mother receiving multivitamin supplementation during pregnancy
High-Salt Augments Aldosterone Toxicity Despite Lowered Plasma-Readings.
Blood-LVL-Aldosterone gets lowered by sodium,but apparently sensitivity rises,augmenting
damage.Sodium is truly almost a micronutrient,with intakes as low as 500mg-1500mg,in indigenous tribes,lower than
I highly recommend reading the full article, there is a lot of information and advice on that site.
What is a reference range? Changing the reference range.
The two sides of the public debate
Wartofsky & Dickey, "Controversy in Clinical Endocrinology: The...