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Clothes Washed at Low Temperatures, a Real Health Hazard

Stains of wine or tomato sauce on your shirt out, but are really clean clothes fresh out of the washing machine?

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Safe Cooking (Avoiding Food Poisoning)

Food poisoning is much more common than it should be. True, it can sometimes be difficult to avoid. However, for the most part, simple caution and attention are all that is needed to minimize the chances of any unpleasant results.

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School Lunches Recalled

Dark meat fajita’s are being recalled due to salmonella bacteria.

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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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Preparation to Avoid Salmonella Virus in Your Chicken Meat

There are food safety measures that we need to apply especially when we are cooking poultry products. We are at risk of salmonella virus especially when we eat chicken.

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Salmonella is Acceptable to The Usda

Salmonella that made at least 416 people sick in twenty-three (23) States and Puerto Rico was traced back to Foster Farms in California. The USDA didn’t see the need to issue a reacall on the tainted chicken.

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Bacteria Causes Food Poisoning

The bacteria can cause poisoning by releasing enterotoxins which is a byproduct of its growth.Be careful with foods that allegedly contain bacteria because it can cause poisoning.

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Salmonella Bacteria Infection

Salmonella bacteria is one of the most widely known cause of food contamination.

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20 Food Poisoning Dangers, Common and Uncommon

Be careful.

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Typhoid in Nigeria, Causes, Diagnoses AND Cure

Typhoid fever (TF), also called typhoid, is life
threatening, infectious bacterial disease
caused by a bacterium called Salmonella
typhi. The bacterium spreads easily through
contaminated food and water and from
person-to-person contact. The bacterium
affects the body by penetrating the intestinal
wall and multiplying in lymphoid tissue. The
disease can be endemic in nature and can
cause severe infection in the body.

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