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Food Poisoning – Cronobacter

Cronobacter is a type of bacteria found in the environment. These bacteria are not commonly linked to human illness, but in rare cases they can cause serious or fatal infections. Cronobacter can cause rare bloodstream and central nervous system infections and has been associated with severe intestinal infection (necrotizing enterocolitis) and blood poisoning (sepsis), especially in newborns.

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Campylobacter Jejuni

In recent tests by Consumer Reports over 80% of chicken breasts for sale in grocery stores tested positive for Campylobacter. Campylobacteriosis affects children under five and young adults (15-29) more frequently than other age groups.

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Poultry Producers Need to Clean Up Their Act

48 million American’s suffer food poisoning every year. According to an analysis of outbreaks between 1998 and 2008 by the CDC more deaths were attributed to poultry than any other product.

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Food Safety and Inspection Service (Fsis)

The mere name implies that they make sure our food is safe to eat. They don’t have the power to recall chicken contaminated with an antibiotic-resistant strain of Salmonella that has sickened people nation wide.

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How to Loose Weight?

Loosing weight is often over complicated. For many people following these quick tips will help take inches off the belly right away.

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Eight Types Mandatory Food Eaten in First Trimester Pregnancy

The first trimester of pregnancy is a very important phase. You have to be very careful about your nutritional needs during pregnancy. Most pregnancy diet to make certain foods consumed during the first trimester.

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Healthy Eating. Curly Kale

I don’t know whether it’s down to the weather this year – very wet spring and weeks of hot and dry conditions during the middle of summer – but my curly kale is doing incredibly well. I love having it instead of cabbage to complement a roast dinner with loads of roast potatoes and parsnips and oodles of gravy It takes no more than five minutes to cook on the hob in a few spoonfuls of simmering water. But surely there must be more to this pretty, frilly leafed green vegetable.

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How Important is Fe to Our Body

Fe is a substance that the body needs and the duty to circulate oxygen throughout the body.

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Strokes. High Potassium, Low Salt

Now that I’ve reached middle age I’m constantly searching for articles which could help ensure a longer life and it seems that by cutting back on salt and increasing my potassium intake may reduce the risk of me having a stroke.

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Bird Flue Effect on Human Health

Avoid eat eggs and chicken of the affected areas.

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