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chicagotribune:

Teal pumpkins signal safe Halloween treats for kids with allergies
Halloween can be scary for children with severe food allergies.
But this year families in Chicago and beyond are reaching out to kids who can’t eat peanuts, milk or other common allergens by putting a teal-colored pumpkin on their front porches as a signal that they are handing out treats that are safe.

Cool idea


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deportallwhitepeople2k14:

chicagotribune:

Teal pumpkins signal safe Halloween treats for kids with allergies

Halloween can be scary for children with severe food allergies.

But this year families in Chicago and beyond are reaching out to kids who can’t eat peanuts, milk or other common allergens by putting a teal-colored pumpkin on their front porches as a signal that they are handing out treats that are safe.

Cool idea

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be nice or and go away

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A helpful guide

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A helpful guide

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#ss15 #phineypet

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Indigenous street art in Toronto, Ontario

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Indigenous street art in Toronto, Ontario

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Fig. 1. Cells of contention: An early human embryo, which can provide a source of stem cells, fits easily on the tip of a needle. But the problems raised by such a potential are far from microscopic.
Yorgos Nikas, Science Photo Library.
(Stem cells fuel bitter ethical divisions, Current Biology (2001) 11(15):R581-5827)

frontal-cortex:

Fig. 1. Cells of contention: An early human embryo, which can provide a source of stem cells, fits easily on the tip of a needle. But the problems raised by such a potential are far from microscopic.

Yorgos Nikas, Science Photo Library.

(Stem cells fuel bitter ethical divisionsCurrent Biology (2001) 11(15):R581-5827)

(Source: sciencedirect.com)

frontal-cortex:

Human embryo revealing the inner cell mass. Colour-enhanced image of a human embryo at the blastocyst stage opened to reveal the inner cell mass. These cells go on to form the embryo and can be harvested and cultured to give rise to embryonic stem (ES) cells.
Yorgos Nikas, Wellcome Images

frontal-cortex:

Human embryo revealing the inner cell mass. Colour-enhanced image of a human embryo at the blastocyst stage opened to reveal the inner cell mass. These cells go on to form the embryo and can be harvested and cultured to give rise to embryonic stem (ES) cells.

Yorgos Nikas, Wellcome Images