Weds 3/22 The Anti-Bunko meeting last night was a rousing success. Seven showed up and five of us ordered zero sides. Two ordered tots with their burgers. I guess it takes some people a longer time to learn why their jeans no longer fit. I’m not sure if it was last night’s burger or busyness […]
Retrain yourself to recognize feelings of hunger and respect them. Eat when you feel them and stop when they stop. Don’t eat when you’re not hungry. This approach starts with eating breakfast, planning snacks, or eating only part of your lunch and saving the rest for a snack later on in the afternoon. Eat regular […]
Are healthy habits worth cultivating? One recent study and a previous similar study suggest healthy habits may help people tack on years of life and sidestep serious illnesses, such as diabetes and cancer. Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that five low-risk lifestyle habits are critical for a longer life expectancy. The more of […] […]
Tuesday 3/21 Well, it was a good plan until it wasn’t. No boneless chicken thighs at the store, the bone-in thighs I bought need to be frozen and I refuse to drive around town looking for chicken thighs. Tonight is a night out with the guys so there will be no cooking tonight. Several of […]
Monday 3/20 A faithful reader of my blogs mentioned a 7 day meal plan would be nice to have. Initially I thought that was a good idea. But when I sat down to create a 7 day meal plan I realized I never know what I’m making to eat until I see what looks good […]
3 thoughts on “Severe Allergic or Anaphylactic Food Reactions and the COVID-19 Vaccine — The Skeptical Cardiologist”
Good info. Thank you. Thankfully I have never experienced anaphylaxis, so feel quite safe.
The efficacy of the Pfizer vaccine for us oldies is better than the Moderna vaccine. But at this point in the pandemic I’ll take whatever is available.
Good to know. And I feel the same way.