If we go on a longer adventure we always take a blanket for when we stop so Ashby can relax with it. His favourite blanket is this @ivyandduke one so it comes on travels with us 😁
What’s your favourite blanket/toy to snuggle?
Wearing autumn days bandana from @lunas.loft
As well as the gorgeous Christmas collection you can also still buy some pretties from the autumn collection but only until 30th November! Use ASH10 to save #ad
Now she’s just taunting me! The good news is that mom and dad agreed to get a second cat tree! Yay! #veryevolved#BigSisRoz #DandRDoScience : Alert to all my tahini lovers.
Investigators at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have found that sesame allergy is common among U.S. children with other food allergies, occurring in an estimated 17% of this population. The researchers offered children in the study an oral food challenge—the gold standard for diagnosing food allergy—which involved ingesting gradually increasing amounts of sesame under medical supervision and seeing if an allergic reaction occurred. Children who recently had had an allergic reaction to sesame or were known to tolerate concentrated sesame, such as tahini, in their diet were not offered an oral food challenge.
The scientists found that 15 (13%) of the 119 children were sesame-allergic, 73 (61%) were sesame-tolerant, and sesame-allergic status could not be determined for 31 (26%) children, mainly because they declined the oral food challenge. Among the 88 children whose sesame-allergic status was definitive, 17% had sesame allergy.