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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Clean'

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Romaine lettuce is not safe to eat, CDC warns U.S. consumers 

 

Romaine lettuce is unsafe to eat in any form, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday in a food safety alert in response to a new outbreak of illnesses caused by a particularly dangerous type of E. coli bacteria.

CDC told consumers to throw away any romaine lettuce they may already have purchased. Restaurants should not serve it, stores should not sell it, and people should not buy it, no matter where or when the lettuce was grown. It doesn’t matter if it is chopped, whole head or part of a mix.

Washington Post

Tags: Clean, Disease, Food, Health, Nature, Product, Science, Study, Warning

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20-Nov-2018


11th child dies in viral outbreak at N.J. health care facility 

 

Health officials say an 11th patient has died amid an outbreak of a respiratory virus at a care facility in New Jersey. The state health department on Friday confirmed that the "severely ill child" at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation had the adenovirus infection. The youth died Thursday night in a hospital, but further details about the child were not disclosed.

The department says the child was among 34 pediatric cases that have been associated with the outbreak.

CBS News

Tags: Children, Clean, Disease, Environment, Health, Investigation, Parental Burden, Protections, Safety, Treatment

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16-Nov-2018


6 children dead so far in viral outbreak at N.J. healthcare facility 

 

A severe viral outbreak has claimed the lives of six children at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell, state health officials confirmed Tuesday, leading to an immediate order to shut down the facility to new patients.

The Department of Health reported 18 cases of adenovirus among pediatric residents at the long-term care center in northern New Jersey, which officials said included "very ill children," some of whom were on ventilators and had trachea tubes.

"This is an ongoing outbreak investigation," said department spokeswoman Nicole Kirgan in a statement. "A department team is at the facility today and an inspection team was also there Sunday. The team on Sunday found minor handwashing deficiencies and the Health Department is continuing to work closely with the facility on infection control issues."

NJ

8th child dies after virus outbreak at New Jersey facility

Ninth Child Dies at New Jersey Nursing Home Facing Adenovirus Outbreak

Former patient describes grim conditions at health center where 10 children died

Tags: Children, Clean, Disease, Environment, Health, Medical, Parental Burden, Safety, Science, Treatment

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01-Nov-2018


In Echo of Flint, Mich., Water Crisis Now Hits Newark 

 

For nearly a year and a half, top officials in Newark denied that their water system had a widespread lead problem, despite ample evidence that the city was facing a public health crisis that had echoes of the one in Flint, Mich.

Even as the risk persisted in the spring, the officials in Newark, New Jersey’s most populous city, took few precautionary measures, instead declaring on their website, “NEWARK’S WATER IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE TO DRINK.”

But this month, facing results from a new study, the officials abruptly changed course, beginning an urgent giveaway of 40,000 water filters across the city of 285,000 people, targeting tens of thousands of residences.

NY Times

Tags: Backlash, Clean, Community, Environment, Health, Leaders, Protections, Safety, Water

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31-Oct-2018


United Airlines mishandled listeria contamination, endangering travelers, lawsuits claim 

 

United Airlines failed to address critical food safety issues at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, endangered passengers and retaliated against employees for speaking up, three high-level managers who worked in its catering division allege in lawsuits filed last month.

United Airlines did not address persistent maintenance issues at its catering facility at Newark airport, which allowed the spread of several strains of the bacteria listeria, including the potentially deadly Listeria monocytogenes, the lawsuits say. Further, once the listeria was discovered, they say, United didn't act aggressively to contain it.

CNBC

Tags: Clean, Court, Disease, Environment, Food, Health, Investigation, Travel, Treatment

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30-Oct-2018


Hand, foot and mouth disease plagues college campuses 

 

Hand, foot and mouth disease, notorious for closing down kindergartens and making small children cranky, is hitting college campuses.

College students across the East are hunkered down in dorm rooms, waiting for the unsightly blisters that characterize the infection to clear from the faces and hands, university spokespeople said.

NBC News

Tags: Clean, Disease, Education, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Safety, Warning

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24-Oct-2018


Therapy Dogs Can Spread Superbugs to Kids, Hospital Finds 

 

Therapy dogs can bring more than joy and comfort to hospitalized kids. They can also bring stubborn germs.

Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore were suspicious that the dogs might pose an infection risk to patients with weakened immune systems. So they conducted some tests when Pippi, Poppy, Badger and Winnie visited 45 children getting cancer treatment.

They discovered that kids who spent more time with the dogs had a 6 times greater chance of coming away with superbug bacteria than kids who spent less time with the animals. But the study also found that washing the dogs before visits and using special wipes while they’re in the hospital took away the risk of spreading that bacteria.

Time

Tags: Animals, Backlash, Children, Clean, Disease, Environment, Health, Medical, Parental Burden, Safety, Science

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05-Oct-2018


19 sickened after chemicals overcome swimmers at California pool 

 

Authorities said 19 young people were injured — and 12 transported to the hospital — after they were overwhelmed by pool chemicals at a swim school in Thousand Oaks, California, CBS Los Angeles reports. Officials said seven of the injuries were critical but none of the injuries was described as life-threatening.

Most of the victims were teens and kids between the ages of 11 and 15, said Ventura County Fire officials.

The exact cause of the incident is under investigation.

CBS News

Tags: Backlash, Chemicals, Children, Clean, Community, Disease, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Investigation, Parental Burden, Safety, Science, Warning, Waste, Youth

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04-Oct-2018


Cargill ground beef recall after E. coli outbreak kills 1, sickens 17 

 

More than 132,000 pounds of possibly tainted ground beef sold nationwide is being recalled in an E. coli outbreak that has killed one person and sickened 17 others, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.

Cargill Meat Solutions, a division of the nagribusiness giant Cargill, is recalling approximately 132,600 pounds of ground beef products made from the chuck portion of carcasses that may be contaminated with E. coli, the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service, or FSIS, said in a statement.

CBS News

Needle found in mango in latest chapter of Australia fruit crisis

Measles cases have hit a record high in Europe. Blame austerity.

Puppies to blame for drug-resistant infection in 118 people

Celebrated food researcher to step down after research is questioned

Tags: Advice, Animals, Backlash, Business, Choices, Clean, Cooking, Crime, Disease, Education, Environment, Finance, Food, Health, Meat, Medical, Medicine, Nature, Pets, Protest, Safety, Science, Study, Toxic, Treatment, Vaccine, Warning, World, Writing

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20-Sep-2018


Coffee Isn’t the Worst Thing for Kids, but It’s Definitely Not the Best 

 

It’s not clear how many children drink coffee, but more than 70 percent of kids consume caffeine on a given day, according to a report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. This seems to only increase as they get older — caffeine consumption has more than doubled among adolescents since 1980, research shows. Kids who drank either coffee or soft drinks had double the risk of sleep disturbances in a large study of over 4,000 school-aged children. Although the FDA does not have formal recommendations regarding caffeine intake for children, Canada has a maximum limit of 45 mg per day (about one can of soda). The AAP is even more strict, and discourages parents from allowing consumption of caffeinated beverages altogether.

Fatherly

Tags: Abuse, Children, Choices, Clean, Drink, Drugs, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parenting, Product, Science, Treatment, Warning, Youth

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10-Sep-2018


McDonald's salads were linked to a parasitic illness outbreak that sickened more than 500 people. Here's why this food-poisoning expert never orders salad in restaurants 

 

A deep knowledge of thousands of food-poisoning cases across the United States means that there are some things that Bill Marler just won't order when he goes out to eat.

With more than two decades working as a food-poisoning advocate and attorney, there are simply some things that Marler has cut out of his diet. Marler has won more than $600 million for clients in foodborne-illness cases — and has seen how restaurants are being forced to change to prevent more sicknesses.

"Chain restaurants, post-Jack-in-the-Box, they went through a sort of rethinking about how they do stuff," Marler said.

Today, many of the biggest risks for food poisoning at chain restaurants come from an individual worker who "picked his nose then made your burrito," Marler said. The action of a rogue restaurant worker can make a handful of people sick — but usually won't spark a huge outbreak.

Business Insider

Tags: Advice, Backlash, Choices, Clean, Cooking, Disease, Employment, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Safety, Treatment, Warning

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08-Sep-2018


Passengers Asked to Pee in Trash Bags and Bottles on This Flight from Hell 

 

Last Friday, a woman on an American Airlines flight from Phoenix to Hawaii got up to go to the bathroom and was faced with a dilemma most people only deal with on poorly planned road trips or out on the deep playa at Burning Man. When she made it to the front of the plane, a flight attendant calmly told her that if she wanted to pee, she'd have to do so in a trash bag.

Vice

Tags: Backlash, Clean, Disease, Environment, Fear, Health, Mental Health, Protections, Reckless, Safety, Travel, Weird

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07-Sep-2018


Airport security trays carry more germs than toilets, study finds 

 

Next time you go through airport security, you may want to wash your hands afterwards. A new study finds airport security bins are a hotbed for germs that can cause illnesses in humans, such as the flu and the common cold.

CBS News

Tags: Clean, Environment, Health, Product, Travel, Warning

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05-Sep-2018


This carbon-sucking mineral could help slow down climate change 

 

In a field in northern British Columbia, a white mineral covering the ground–magnesite, also called magnesium carbonate–has slowly been sequestering CO2 from the atmosphere since the last ice age. That’s very helpful: We need to sequester more carbon. But the small crystals of the mineral, made by taking CO2 from the air, can take hundreds of thousands of years to grow, and we need fixes that work faster than that. In a Canadian lab, researchers recently demonstrated that they could speed up the process to 72 days.

Fast Company

Tags: Choices, Clean, Environment, Health, Inspired, Nature, Science, Study, Survival, Treatment, Weather, World

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20-Aug-2018


There’s a 50/50 chance that scruffy dude you woof’d has something very disturbing in his beard, study finds 

 

This just in: An alarming new study has found that 47% of beards contain fecal matter, even when washed on the same day.

Queerty

Tags: Beauty, Choices, Clean, Dedication, Environment, Hair, Health, Lifestyle, Nature, Safety, Science, Treatment, Waste

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03-Aug-2018




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