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  1. Tweets that mention Illinois Poison Center Blog » Blog Archive » Poisoning is a Matter of Dose -- Topsy.com

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Joanna Cerazy, Carol @ the IPC. Carol @ the IPC said: All things can be poisonous, even water and oxygen http://ow.ly/W1BK […]

  2. Illinois Poison Center Blog » Blog Archive » Wow, I Bet You Hear Lot of Interesting Stuff! What Kind of Calls Do You Get?

    […] like doctors, nurses and pharmacists. They range from essentially non-toxic exposures (remember, poisoning is a matter of dose) to fatal poisonings. Thankfully, over 70% of our calls are in regards to exposures that do not […]

  3. Illinois Poison Center Blog » Blog Archive » My Favorite (poisonous) Fruit

    […] 2.  Poisoning is a matter of dose. […]

  4. Illinois Poison Center Blog » Blog Archive » Toxic landscaping and the ubiquitous Yew

    […] as discussed earlier, poisoning is a matter of dose.  Most people do not eat large enough amounts to cause serious harm unless they are suicidal, […]

  5. Sarah G
    Sarah G January 25, 2011 at 10:00 am |

    How much Advil, and how often did you take it per day? NEVER MIND why I’d like to know.

    🙂

  6. Illinois Poison Center Blog » Blog Archive » IPC: Providing Toxicology Consults in Illinois

    […] primary care physician.  If I have a heart attack, I want a cardiologist directing my care.  If I should develop renal failureI would like a nephrologist on board.  I want and expect the same standard of care for the patients […]

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