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yellowness

average yellowness is now a required sale classification of scoured wool measured colorimetrically.

Patient discussion about yellowness

Q. My 11 y/o son eyes appear to have a slight yellow in the whites toward the corners. I am assuming he will need blood work, but does anyone have any idea what may be the cause?

A. If it's not a spot, but rather a diffuse color, it may be jaundice - high levels in the blood of a substance called bilirubin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaundice).

If your child is generally healthy, and this change appeared without any overt problem (e.g. liver disease or blood problem), or your child had fever or fasted recently, this jaundice may represents Gilbert syndrome. It's a syndrome of slightly elevated levels of bilirubin, and considered not dangerous.

You may read more here:http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000301.htm

Q. husband has horrible rash bil. below knees to his ankles. it is bright red yellow weeping cracks. On statins He has been on zocor for 15 years and we are so afraid this may have something to do with this drug. He has stopped taking the drug because the pain and weakness, and numbness in his legs is considerable

A. i looked up for side effects and i saw only "eczema" as a skin side effect. but it seems odd to me that after 15 years you got this kind of side effect. it should have appeared years ago. you know- it might be a very good idea to go and see a Dr... and not stopping a medication without warning..

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To further investigate color change brought on by the duration of high-temperature drying, we measured the redness and yellowness of the pine boards.
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This manifests itself as increased yellowness and loss in mechanical properties.
The results will be published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior in March and the researchers will set out the importance of yellowness in black skin with volunteers from South Africa in a paper later this year.
Such yellowness arises from a number of factors including the potential reaction of residual proteins with reducing sugars, whereas Kjeldahl's method measures total nitrogen and multiplies by a factor (6.
Changes in yellowness, as an example, and signature of chemical degradation, indicated that the cycling period in accelerated weathering may affect the degradation via the amount and distribution of moisture in coatings.
The colour neutralises any yellowness, making the skin look brighter, and energized.
Such an effect was also observed on color stability (b* or yellowness parameter).
If your skin is olive, Sara suggests "powders in berry and plum to lift skin and counteract yellowness.
One does not "achieve" blackness as one does not "achieve" whiteness, yellowness, or brownness.