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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Investigation'

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Congenital Syphilis Rates Are the Highest They've Been in More Than 20 Years 

 

After years of decline, rates of congenital syphilis are once again on the rise in the US. According to an analysis published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on June 5, cases of congenital syphilis—or a syphilis infection passed from mother to baby during pregnancy—rose 261% from 2013-2018, from 362 cases to 1,306 cases. Of those 1,306 cases in 2018, the CDC reported 94 resulted in stillbirths or early infant deaths.

“This is the highest number of congenital syphilis cases reported in the US since 1995,” Anne Kimball, MD, MPH, who works in the CDC's Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention, tells Health. “The rise in congenital syphilis parallels an increase in syphilis among women overall, so the increase is largely because more women of reproductive age (15-44) are getting syphilis. In fact, the US rate of primary and secondary syphilis has increased almost every year for nearly 20 years.”

Congenital Syphilis Rates Are the Highest...

CDC deploys team to investigate NY polio outbreak

STDs spike across the US as syphilis goes up by a QUARTER and HIV rockets by 16%

Tags: Children, Choices, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Gay, Health, Illness, Investigation, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Pregnancy, Safety, Sex, Travel, Vaccine, Warning, Women

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20-Sep-2022


Man turned away from giving blood for refusing pregnancy test 

 

Leslie Sinclair, a retired driver for an engineering company, was turned away from a blood drive at the Albert Halls clinic in Scotland. The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) organized the drive and were responsible for rejecting Sinclair because, as the Telegraph reports, they are dedicated to inclusivity.

Man turned away from giving blood

...husband of TEN MONTHS is actually a WOMAN

Trans skateboarder, 29, who beat 13-year-old girl to first prize is a REJECTED Olympic qualifier with too much testosterone

60% of Americans say people can’t switch genders

The Money behind the Transgender Movement

Every trans child treated on NHS will have medical records scrutinised

Those who detransition avoid medical help

Detransitioner was prescribed testosterone after 30-minute call

Tags: Charity, Children, Choices, Competition, Complaint, Detransition, Health, Investigation, Judgment, Medical, Neglect, Privacy, Punishment, Regret, Service, Sports, Study, Trans, Treatment, Weird, World

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31-Aug-2022


Woman claims she was poisoned after touching napkin 

 

Erin Mims was celebrating her birthday at a local restaurant with her husband on Tuesday in Houston when she noticed a napkin handing on the car door handle while they were leaving...

Woman claims she was poisoned after touching napkin

Wendy's E. coli sickened more than a HUNDRED people

Woman dead after residents served dishwashing liquid

Tags: Death, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Food, Home, Hostility, Illness, Investigation, Kidnap, Neglect, Perception, Poison, Restaurant, Safety, Seniors, Terror

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30-Aug-2022


Microplastics are found in human BLOOD 

 

Microplastics – tiny pieces of plastic less than 0.2 of an inch (5mm) in diameter – have been found in human blood for the first time.

Microplastics are found in human BLOOD

Mites have sex on your face and nipples while you sleep

Tags: Environment, Investigation, Life, Parasite, Science, Sex, Skin, Toxic, Vegan's Revenge

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22-Jun-2022


Why Customers Are Furious With Kroger And Boycotting Its Stores 

 

On Wednesday, Kroger (KR) named former U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to its board of directors, sparking a flurry of backlash on Twitter from its customers, many of whom said they will no longer shop at the grocer’s stores over the appointment.

Why Customers Are Furious

Nearly 60,000 pounds of frozen raw chicken products sold at Aldi and other stores recalled

Tens of thousands of salmon die in Arctic chlorine leak

Cookie cakes sold at Walmart recalled in Kentucky, Indiana

Major expanded recall on frozen shrimp sold at Whole Foods, other retailers

This Is the Least Trusted Grocery Chain in the U.S.

Over 52,000 pounds of chicken salad, dip recalled

Walmart Is Recalling These 5 Foods Right Now

CDC investigates salmonella outbreak linked to Italian-style meats across 17 states

There's a Shortage of These 5 Popular Grocery Items Right Now

Tags: Disruption, Food, Investigation, List, News, Politics, Product, Protest, Recall, Seafood, Shopping, Shortage, Video, Warning, World

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28-Aug-2021


A Woman Called the Cops Because She Thought Store-Bought Meat Was a Penis 

 

Earlier this week, an Akron, Ohio woman put a pot of beans on the stove to simmer, but instead of serving them to her family, she stood in her house, watching as officers from the Akron Police Department put on their gloves and separated what should've been her dinner into several large plastic bags.

According to the Akron Beacon Journal, Lamia Singfield bought a package of smoked turkey tails that day at a nearby Save A Lot supermarket. (Her receipt said they were smoked turkey tails but the label listed them as smoked pork tails—although that's not the problem). She was in the middle of a Facebook Live video and, after stopping to stir the beans, she realized that one piece of that seasoning meat didn't look right.

A Woman Called the Cops Because She Thought Store-Bought Meat Was a Penis

Tags: Anatomy, Food, Investigation, Meat, Oops

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28-Aug-2020


Why men rape, in their own words: sex offenders in India and what makes it such a dangerous place for women 

 

A study conducted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2018 ranked India as the world’s most dangerous country for women.

The issues examined included sexual violence and trafficking, gender-based social discrimination, lack of access to and control over contraception and childbirth, health care and maternal mortality rates. Mental and physical abuse, religious and cultural facets such as acid attacks, female infanticide, female genital mutilation, and forced and child marriages were also weighed.

Sexual violence against women is an absolute reality in many cultures around the world. In India, however, it is deeply rooted in patriarchal norms and the belief that men are superior to women and that a man should always be a protector of women.

During her interviews, Kaushal found that none of her nine subjects understood the meaning or necessity of consent from a female partner in a sexual relationship or respected them as individuals with their own unique identities. One of them, a serial gang rapist, even refused to accept the idea of rape.

Another subject, a doctor, raped a 12-year-old bedridden patient following an operation, in full awareness of the mental trauma he was causing. The attack left the patient crippled and incapable of talking about the assault for decades out of fear and shock.

Why men rape

Tags: Awareness, Books, Children, Environment, Equality, Freedom, Hostility, Humiliation, Investigation, Laws, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Psychology, Rape, Safety, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights, World

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15-Aug-2020


Man, Uncle Murdered on Rural Road Were Hunting to Feed Family After Coronavirus-Related Layoff 

 

On Saturday, as they hunted for food for their families after one lost his job amid the coronavirus pandemic, two Canadian men — an uncle and his nephew — were fatally shot along a rural road in Alberta, and police are investigating who killed them.

According to local reports from the National Post, the Edmonton Journal, and the Calgary Sun, Jake Sansom, 39, and Morris Cardinal, 57, were found dead on Saturday, a day after heading out on a moose hunt.

The Friday hunt was successful, as they returned home with one moose. They immediately went back out for a second.

The bodies were discovered on a country road near a black pickup truck early Saturday morning, north of Glendon, Alberta.

People

Tags: $, Backlash, Environment, Family, Food, Hunting, Investigation, Murder, Poverty, Struggling

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02-Apr-2020


Restaurant Closed After Video Showed Owner Washing Kitchen Equipment in a Lake 

 

Old Hickory, Tennessee's No. 1 Chinese Restaurant has pretty decent reviews, save for a Yelp comment from last year claiming its food has a "hint taste [sic] of soap or some other type of cleaner." It turns out, however, that when it comes to washing, that might be the least of the restaurant's problems.

Lance Glover and his girlfriend were visiting the nearby Old Hickory Lake yesterday, when they saw the restaurant's owners in the lake, scrubbing down kitchen supplies. In a video that Glover shared with FOX17 Nashville and posted on Facebook, someone is crouched down in the water cleaning a rack, followed by a second person who brings along plastic containers.

Vice

Burger King Employee Fired After Refusing to Serve Deaf Woman Because Restaurant Was 'Too Busy'

Tags: Business, Clean, Disabled, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Food, Health, Investigation, Judgment, Responsibility, Restaurant, Safety, Termination, Toxic, Treatment, Weird

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29-Aug-2019


Walmart sues Tesla over several solar panel fires caused by ‘negligence’ 

 

Malfunctioning Tesla solar panels started fires at “no fewer than” seven Walmart stores, resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage, the retail giant alleges in a new lawsuit filed in New York State Supreme Court Tuesday. The lawsuit was first reported by Bloomberg.

Walmart alleges that “years of gross negligence” and “failure to live up to industry standards by Tesla” sparked the blazes and led at least seven locations to close temporarily over the last seven years. Representatives for Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Tesla has installed solar panels at more than 240 Walmart locations, but lawyers for the retailer write in the complaint that “the occurrence of multiple fires involving Tesla’s solar systems is but one unmistakable sign of negligence.” Walmart alleges in the suit that Tesla didn’t ground its systems properly, that the solar panels installed at Walmart sites were defective, and that Tesla didn’t keep proper documentation of the systems.

The Verge

Tags: Business, Complaint, Court, Environment, Fire, Investigation, Neglect, Tech, Treatment

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21-Aug-2019


Alcohol tainted with methanol suspected of killing at least 19 people in Costa Rica 
 

Costa Rica has issued a national alert about tainted alcohol after 19 people were confirmed to have died over the past few weeks from methanol poisoning. The government says several alcohol brands have been tainted with methanol, a poisonous alcohol found in solvents and antifreeze.

Since early June, 14 men and five women across Costa Rica have died from methanol poisoning, according to the Ministry of Health. They ranged in age from 32 to 72. Seven of the deaths were in the San Jose province, which includes San Jose, the most populous city in Costa Rica.

The Ministry of Health said information on the deaths is "preliminary" and an investigation is ongoing.

CBS News

Tags: Chemicals, Contamination, Death, Drink, Environment, Health, Illness, Investigation, Poison, Warning, World

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21-Jul-2019


3rd American in a month dies during plastic surgery in the Dominican Republic 
 

A mother from New Rochelle, New York, died while undergoing plastic surgery in the Dominican Republic, CBS New York reports. She is the third American to die in a month during a cosmetic operation in the Caribbean nation.

According to her sister, Maxine David, Alexandra Medina was unhappy with her appearance, and asked doctors in the U.S. about undergoing liposuction. However, she was apparently told that she needed to lose weight before getting the surgery.

Her sister says Medina contacted a Dominican doctor through Facebook, who said the surgery wouldn't be an issue. "This doctor was like, 'No problem. We can do it. We can handle it. We've dealt with bigger women, so come here. We'll do it.' And it was obviously also cheaper," David said.

CBS News

Tags: $, Awareness, Beauty, Choices, Environment, Health, Investigation, Medical, Options, Safety, Surgery, Weight, World

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12-Jul-2019


Report: Power lines sparked massive Southern California fire 

 

One of the largest fires in California history was sparked by Southern California Edison power lines that came into contact during high winds, investigators said Wednesday.

The resulting arc ignited dry brush on Dec. 4, 2017, starting the blaze in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties that resulted in two deaths and blackened more than 440 square miles (1,139 square kilometers), according to the investigation headed by the Ventura County Fire Department.

ABC News

Tags: Environment, Fire, Investigation, Nature, Safety

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13-Mar-2019


Texas water resort closed, tested for 'brain-eating amoeba' after man's death 

 

After a 29-year-old man died from an infection with what's commonly known as brain-eating amoeba, health officials are investigating the Texas surf resort he visited.

CNN affiliate KVTV identified the man as Fabrizio Stabile of New Jersey, who visited a surf resort at Waco's BSR Cable Park before developing symptoms in September.

CNN

Tags: Disease, Environment, Health, Investigation, Nature, Safety, Water

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04-Oct-2018


WHAT IS A VAMPIRE FACIAL? SPA CLIENTS MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO HIV DURING PROCEDURE 

 

Earlier this week, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) issued an alert urging people who had received “vampire facials” at a spa in Albuquerque to report to the Midtown Public Health Office for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C testing.

After an inspection of the spa on September 7, the NMDOH determined that its hygiene practices were not up to the required standard and closed it down immediately, according to a statement. The inspection was undertaken after a client developed an infection that may have resulted from a procedure carried out there.

Newsweek

Tags: Backlash, Beauty, Chemicals, Choices, Disease, Entertainment, Environment, Fear, Health, Investigation, Safety, Science, Service, Treatment, Warning

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17-Sep-2018




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