#14385 Name: Anonymous   2h
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmc0911005


This has to be one of my favorite case studies. It's on a woman who ate so much cabbage she induced hypothyroidism
#14386 Name: Anonymous   7h
>>14385
Interesting....
#14387 Name: Anonymous   11h
>>14385
Why was she eating so much cabbage?
#14388 Name: Anonymous   11h
>>14387
She believed a social media post that claimed eating raw cabbage could help her diabetes
#14389 Name: Anonymous   11h
>>14385
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmc0911005
woman ate so much cabbage she induced hypothyroidism

I'm actually impressed.
#14390 Name: Anonymous   11h

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>>14388
a woman who ate so much cabbage she induced hypothyroidism
She believed a social media post that claimed eating raw cabbage could help her diabetes

Gee, I wonder who made that post.
#14391 Name: Anonymous   12h

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Odd fun fact from the book I'm reading is that traditional healers are used in the fight against aids in Africa. People tend to listen to them more and they're most likely to know a healer than a doctor.
#14392 Name: Anonymous   23h
>>14390
He's been part of Big Cabbage all along.

The pathetic little street cart is just a ruse.