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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


More than half of U.S. beaches have fecal bacteria, environmentalists say 
 

While Massachusetts beachgoers may be worried about sharks this summer, environmentalists are warning about a much smaller organism. E. coli, a bacteria present in animal and human waste, could hurt many more people—and it shows up on half of America's beaches, according to new research from Environment America and the Frontier Group.

Half the beaches in the U.S. have at least one day per summer season in which it's not safe to swim because of elevated bacteria levels in the water, according to a report the group released recently. Some states had it much worse. In Louisiana, all of the 24 beach sites sampled were potentially unsafe for at least one day last summer. In Mississippi, all 21 of 21 beach sites sampled were.

There are several ways for bacteria to get into water, but two of the most common ones are overflows from sewage treatment plants or runoff during heavy rain.

CBS News

Tags: Clean, Contamination, E. coli, Environment, Health, Safety, Study, Warning, Waste, Water

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08-Aug-2019


Florida health officials declare public health emergency for hepatitis A 

 

Martin and Brevard counties are among 17 in Florida "critically impacted" by the hepatitis A virus.

They're the main concern for Florida Department of Health officials and the reason the state's surgeon general declared a 'public health emergency' Thursday evening.

Florida Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees said Friday he believes the declaration will make people take the matter more seriously. The number of people diagnosed with hepatitis A in Florida keeps increasing, he said.

USA Today

‘Potentially Dangerous Conditions May Exist In This Area’

Tags: Clean, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Outbreak, Pollution, Population, Race, Safety, Warning

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03-Aug-2019


Skin infections from the gym can range from annoying to dangerous 

 

The gym is the ideal place to pick up toned abs, a healthy workout glow, and a ringworm infection. On the upside, you’ve got access to thousands of dollars-worth of high-tech gym equipment that just won’t fit in your hipster-container of a home. On the downside, you’re essentially exercising inside a petri dish of bacteria, fungi, and viruses looking for a sweaty-but-fabulous host to infect. That being said, there’s no need to let the microscopic bastards get you down. Armed with a little knowledge, some flip flops, and plenty of clean towels, there’s a lot you can do to prevent picking up the most common gym skin infections

Mic

Tags: Clean, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Gym, Health, Safety, Sports

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30-Jul-2019


How Often Should You Wash Your Dog? 

 

Most dogs don’t require bathing more than every two weeks, according to Mark D. Freeman, DVM, an Assistant Professor at VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine.”If they live in a clean environment, sometimes that number is even less,” Dr. Freeman says. That’s partly why the ASPCA thinks you can get away with bathing your dog as infrequently as once every three months. Dogs that spend time both indoors and outdoors, however, are more likely to need bathing every two weeks because they’re simply more likely to get dirty.

RD

Tags: Advice, Animals, Clean, Environment, Health, Pets, Responsibility, Safety

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18-Jul-2019


This Common Grilling Mistake Could Make You Very Sick—Luckily, There's An Easy Fix 

 

Eager cooks can find myriad reasons to make dinner on the grill every night of the week in peak grilling season: From chicken and steak to pizza, potatoes, bread, even dessert, there isn’t much that isn’t delicious after a spin over charcoal or the flames of a gas grill.

However, one thing no one wants to take away from their smoky piece of perfectly-grilled fish is a foodborne illness. But it is entirely possible an over-eager cook could set up their family and dinner guests for just that if they don’t do this one essential step: preheat the grill and scrub it clean of any residue before cooking.

Grills can harbor pieces of food for days, weeks, even months after the dish has been consumed. The food that remains on the grills is an attraction for birds, insects, and other animals. They can introduce any number of bacteria (and even waste) to the grill’s surface. Plus, leftover food bits are a magnet for bacteria, and they can produce unusual odors or flavors in the food you’re cooking on top of them.

Real Simple

Tags: Barbecue, Clean, Contamination, Cooking, Disease, Education, Environment, Food, Health, Lifestyle, Safety, Warning

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11-Jul-2019


Cavi Brand Papayas Could Be Source Of Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak, Says CDC 

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned people in the United States about a possible connection between Cavi Brand Papayas and salmonella outbreak in several states. CDC urged people not to sell, serve or eat this whole fresh fruit from the brand as it is likely to be the source for the bacterial infection.

The announcement was made by the agency Friday after it investigated the source of the bacteria which has hit about eight states. They looked into the possible link between papayas imported from Mexico and salmonella infections.

“Epidemiologic and traceback evidence indicates Cavi brand whole, fresh papayas are a likely source of this outbreak. Do not eat, serve, or sell any Cavi brand whole, fresh papayas because they may be contaminated with salmonella. We are no longer advising consumers to avoid all papayas from Mexico,” CDC said in a statement.

ibtimes

Tags: Awareness, Clean, Contamination, Disease, Food, Health, Illness, Outbreak, Safety

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08-Jul-2019


A Fecal Parasite Is Causing More Disease Outbreaks, and Swimming Pools May Be to Blame, CDC Says 

 

A recent announcement from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may put a damper on summer fun. A fecal parasite often spread by swimming is causing an increasing number of illness outbreaks, the agency says.

The number of disease outbreaks involving the parasite Cryptosporidium, also known as Crypto, increased by about 13% each year from 2009 to 2017, according to a new report from the CDC. People can become ill with cryptosporidiosis after exposure to contaminated human or animal fecal matter, developing symptoms including nausea, cramps and diarrhea that can last weeks and lead to serious malnutrition and dehydration.

Time

New Jersey's largest lake giving people rashes due to harmful algae bloom, officials warn

Tags: Awareness, Clean, Contagion, Contamination, Disease, Environment, Health, Parental Burden, Protection, Safety, Water

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01-Jul-2019


Do you know the hygiene hot spots in your home? 

 

Washing hands, cloths and surfaces at the right time is the key to good hygiene - but one in four people think it is not important, it warns.

Getting it right can reduce infections and antibiotic resistance.

And there is no such thing as being "too clean".

According to the RSPH report, there is confusion among the public about the difference between dirt, germs, cleanliness and hygiene.

In a survey of 2,000 people, 23% thought children needed to be exposed to harmful germs to build up their immune systems.

But experts behind the report said this was "a potentially harmful belief" which could lead to exposure to some dangerous infections.

Instead, they said people should concentrate on cleaning specific places at specific times, even if they look clean, to stop "bad" microbes spreading.

BBC

Tags: Choices, Clean, Contamination, Disease, Environment, Food, Safety

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26-Jun-2019


Facebook Moderators Are Dying at Their Desks 

 

Hell Factory

At a Facebook content moderation facility in Tampa, Florida, contractors working for Cognizant are regularly subjected to traumatizing, unsanitary, and dangerous conditions — that in at least one case literally led to a death.

The contractors, who review as many as 200 flagged Facebook posts per day depicting animal abuse, sexual abuse, murder, and other horrifying acts, are subjected to hellish work conditions. That’s according to an investigation by The Verge‘s Casey Newton that reveals how tens of thousands of people spend their days exposed to the very worst that the internet has to offer.

Futurism

Tags: Abuse, Business, Clean, Employment, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Portrait, Protest, Responsibility, Safety, Treatment

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19-Jun-2019


THIS GENIUS LEMON JUICE HACK WILL KEEP YOUR WHITE JEANS PRISTINE ALL SUMMER LONG 

 

White jeans are inarguably the chicest part of any casual summer look. During a time of the year where khakis run rampant and flip flops finally see the light of day, they’re one of the few warm-weather items that truly elevate your look. But as much as I love them, I find it so odd that the one time of year we’re allowed to wear white jeans is also the time of year when we’re our sweatiest and come in contact with the most dirt. How the heck are you supposed to keep white jeans bright white when you’re not really supposed to even wash your jeans?

To get the job done right, we’ll have to enlist the holy trinity of laundry: distilled water, vinegar, and baking soda.

“Baking and white vinegar are natural cleansers and distilled water is super important as, unlike tap water, it has no minerals and won’t leave behind mineral residue as it dries,” says Maeve Richmond, founder of home organizational company Maeve’s Method. “The baking soda and white vinegar are working together to create a powerful natural stain remover solution.”

Well and Good

Tags: Chemicals, Clean, Clothes, Environment, Instructional, Nature, Treatment

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14-Jun-2019


Restaurant Temporarily Closed After Decomposing Body Leaked Through Its Ceiling 

 

In late May, Officer Ryan Wilder was called to an apartment in Windsor, Connecticut, after a woman reported that she hadn’t seen or heard from her neighbor in a few days. On his way into the building, a worker from Siam Corner Thai Kitchen stopped him, and asked if he could check out the restaurant, too: there was a strong smell in the kitchen and a strange liquid was leaking through the ceiling.

If you know where this is going, then congratulations on finishing all 14 seasons of Criminal Minds. “I went into the restaurant and discovered a reddish brown substance dripping from the ceiling located behind the front counter of the restaurant,” Officer Wilder wrote in his incident report. “It appeared that the dripping substance was possibly blood.”

Vice

Tags: Clean, Contamination, Death, Discovery, Environment, Health, Responsibility, Restaurant, Safety

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12-Jun-2019


Burger King Apologizes After Employee Caught on Camera Using Floor Mop to Clean Tables at North Florida Restaurant 

 

A fast food restaurant is apologizing after an employee at a North Florida location was caught on camera using a floor mop to clean the top of tables.

The video, shot at a Burger King located in the Jacksonville area, shows the employee using the mop on the table before going back to using it on the floor.

NBC affiliate WBBH-TV reports the company released a statement apologizing for the actions of the employee, calling it “unacceptable” but did not say if that worker had been disciplined.

NBC Miami

Tags: Chemicals, Choices, Clean, Contamination, Employment, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Respect, Responsibility, Restaurant

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11-Jun-2019


Business Class Airline Passenger Forced To Sleep On Vomit-Filled Seat On Plane 

 

A business class passenger on a British Airways flight from the Heathrow Airport in London to Seattle, Washington, claimed that he was shocked to find that his seat was covered with dried vomit.

Passenger Dave Gildea, 38, who works as the vice president of CloudRanger, a Silicon Valley software company, told the Sun Online Travel that he made the less-than-pleasant discovery after he upgraded his flight seat to business class two weeks ago.

"I had upgraded to business class at the airport in London Heathrow and was assigned seats 64K,” he said. “I didn't notice anything until about two hours into the British Airways flight when I popped down the footstool so I could get some sleep and saw the vomit on the seat. It was also splashed on the wall behind and the floor below, which I then noticed.”

ibtimes

Airline Passenger Repeatedly Orders Staff To Kneel, Apologize Over Delayed Flight [Video]

Tags: Abuse, Anger, Backlash, Clean, Employment, Environment, Health, Service, Travel, Treatment

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06-Jun-2019


Wait, I Should Be Washing My Pet's Bowl *How Often*? 

 

My pampered 14-pound mutt, Joey, eats a mixture of organic wet food and dry kibble with a crushed-up omega-3 salmon bite on top. He has his own special spoons for the wet food, and we rotate between metal bowls and ceramic bowls with his name on them. His bowls sit on a little doggie placemat in the hallway outside our kitchen—yes, the placemat is adorned with a pattern of tiny dog bones—and Joey can be found optimistically sticking his snout inside his empty food bowl at all times.

Unless it’s during the couple of minutes I spend every day giving it a deep clean.

Food52

Tags: Animals, Clean, Environment, Food, Health, Training, Water

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25-May-2019




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