HotAIR - MAY WE RECOMMEND -- A Collection of Christmas Science (Part 2 of 2)


A Collection of Christmas Science (Part 2 of 2)

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by Stephen Drew, AIR staff

Here is a part 2 of a two-part collection of Christmas research citations compiled by investigator Simon Richardson.

The Citations

"Unilateral phrenic nerve paralysis from cutting down a Christmas tree," R.H. Tiede, J.R. Hover, S.F. Davies, Southern Medical Journal, vol. 87, no. 11, November 1994, pp. 1161-3.

"Christmas or harvester's eye," G. Howsam, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Ophthalmology, vol. 22, no. 2, May 1994, pp. 147.

"Convulsions at Christmas," S. Kirker, British Medical Journal, vol. 305, no. 6868, 19-26 December 1992, pp. 1580.

"Christmas candy maker's asthma. IgG4-mediated pectin allergy," A. Kraut, Z. Peng, A.B. Becker and C.P. Warren, Chest, vol. 102, no. 5, November 1992, pp. 1605-7.

"Abscess on the neck after a Christmas meal" [article in Danish], C. Buchwald, Ugeskrift For Laeger, vol. 154, no. 16, 13 April 1992, pp. 1112-3.

"Christmas in the Cotswolds: a personal view of red snapper poisoning," Adverse Drug Reactions and Toxicology Reviews, vol. 10, no. 4, Winter 1991, pp. J.H. Shelley, 0231-4.

"Cross reaction to a Christmas tree," A.W. MacFarlane," British Medical Journal, vol. 295, no. 6613, 19-26 December 1987, pp. 1660-1.

"A non-invasive method for measuring cardiac output: the effect of Christmas lunch," A.J. Cowley, K. Stainer, D.T. Murphy, J. Murphy, and J.R. Hampton, Lancet, 1986 vol. 2, no. 8521, December 1986, pp1422-4.

"Christmas bow pins: a potential inhaled foreign body made safer by industrial modifications," L.G. Siegel, H.V. Mendenhall, and S.L. Liston, Southern Medical Journal, vol. 74, no. 1, January 1981, pp.17-20.

"Christmas bow tragedies," W.L. Buntain, J.W. Benton, J.F. Gutierrez, Southern Medical Journal, vol. 72, no. 11, November 1979, pp. 1471-2.

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