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Health News: Often-overlooked Back-to-school Danger – Tips to Pack Safer Lunches

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that every year, one in six Americans will become ill from a foodborne illness. As you commit your child’s bus and class schedule to memory, don’t forget the four simple steps to keep your family safe from food poisoning at home: clean, separate, cook and chill.

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Tips to Clean The Fridge

Campylobacter, Shigella, Salmonella, Food.

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Kirkland Signature Coarse Ground Malabar Pepper 12.7 Oz Plastic Jars

Olde Thompson Inc. Issues a Voluntary Recall of Kirkland Signature Coarse Ground Malabar Pepper 12.7 oz Plastic Jars Due to Possible Salmonella Risk. Sold exclusively at Costco.

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Navitas Naturals

Navitas Naturals©, the Superfood Company™, today announced an expansion of its voluntary and precautionary recall to include additional expiration dates of products containing Organic Sprouted Chia Powder, due to the possible presence of Salmonella.

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Bacteria Cause Typus

There are several types of bacteria that can cause disease typus.

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Green Smoothie Girl Recall

Green Smoothie Girl Issues Voluntary Recall for Organic Sprouted Chia Seed Powder Products Because of Possible Health Risk.

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Baptista’s Bakery Inc. Issues

Baptista’s Bakery Inc. Issues Voluntary Recall for LiveGfree Rosemary and Olive Oil Multiseed Snack Crackers.

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Navitas Naturals Issues Recall for Organic Sprouted Chia Seed Powder Products

Navitas Naturals, the Superfood Company is voluntarily recalling products which contain Organic Sprouted Chia Powder due to possible health risks related to Salmonella contamination.

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Food Poisoning

Food poisoning makes many people sick every day, but there are precautions we can take to avoid it.

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Is Disease Included at Your Birdfeeder Buffet?

It’s unfortunate that the beneficial act of providing birds with food and water can be potentially life threatening to them. A variety of bacteria, fungi and parasites can plague birdseed feeders, particularly if the seed has become damp or wet. Unclean birdbaths and transmit avian diseases, as well.

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