Yes, she is.
I guess the same reason we all prefer different foods and sounds and colors. I think the glue on stamps and envelopes tastes like "morning breath" and I only use self adhesive products now. Some people enjoy the smell of gasoline or permanent markers. But they give ME a headache! Everyone's different.
its likely to be because they are made of resin, which is made up of sugars.
and of course the body loves sugar
i was a little partial to it myself, but i had to stop as they also had gelatin in them at the time and im vege.
I am not sure if you have started a new pack 3 days late, or you have taken Sunday's pill on the Wednesday before because you popped the wrong one. If you have just taken Sunday's pill on Wednesday because you popped the wrong one there should not be a problem unless you are on the sort where you have different ones through the month. Even then there should not be too much problem. If you have started your pack 3 days late you need to use an additional form of contraception (condom) for a week or however long it suggests on the instructions in your pack.
I have had a SMALL amount and am still alive
Here is the answer (with spelling corrections) that the DEAD guy said:
if you drank hand sanitizer than you would most likely die. or you will become blind if you drink a large amount.your througt will swell up and you will fimd it hard to be able to breath. you will need to contact a doctor amedantly.
Ok, honestly....? Who in their right mind would even consider taking advice from someone who can't spell worth a d%$n? I mean, you're probably right about seeing a doctor and potentially killing yourself but let's get real here. Maybe you should spend less time on miki answers and more time in school.
The guy who asked the question is dead XD
High school classes that one must take are similar to what anyone seeking any advanced degree in the future should take. Take as much of the advanced English, math, and science classes as you can handle. These will help out in college. Then in college study whatever interests you. Have some science classes - biology, etc. This should help in medical school.
To become a radiologic technologist is a different path. Have some science classes. Most of the stuff you need to know you will learn in the training program you choose.