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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Fish'

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Subway's Tuna Sandwiches Were Tested Again. No Tuna DNA Was Found 

 

Earlier this year, two women filed a lawsuit against Subway, alleging that the Connecticut-based sandwich chain's tuna sandwiches and wraps didn't contain any actual tuna. The Washington Post reported that their attorney purchased tuna sandwiches from multiple Subway locations in California, and then submitted the fish in question to an independent lab for testing.

Although the attorney declined to discuss the exact findings with the Post, she did say that the tests revealed that the sandwich filler was "not tuna" and "not fish." The resulting lawsuit alleged that Subway's tuna was "a mixture of various concoctions that do not constitute tuna, yet have been blended together by defendants to imitate the appearance of tuna."

Subway's Tuna Sandwiches Were Tested Again. No Tuna DNA Was Found

Chicken recall: Tyson recalls 8.5 million pounds of frozen chicken for possible listeria contamination

Scientist wants to solve the meat-consumption 'problem' via human-engineered meat intolerance

Walmart, Publix, Wegmans among stores that sold Tyson chicken products recalled for possible listeria risk

Kelly Ripa asks her husband Mark Consuelos to explain 'why people are fixated' on her feet

Tyson's listeria-related chicken recall prompts another company to pull products from store shelves

Packaged lettuce sold at Walmart, other major retailers recalled over salmonella concerns

McCormick recalls 3 seasonings for possible salmonella; Walmart, Target, Kroger among stores that sold spices

Salad products recalled due to listeria contamination

Yes, the Kellogg’s Cereal Class Action Lawsuit is Real

Tags: $, Anatomy, Business, Celebrity, Contamination, Court, Death, Fast Food, Fish, Food, Fraud, Recall, Restaurant, Safety, Science, Test

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28-Jul-2021


Not eating oily fish regularly can shorten life expectancy more than smoking, study reveals 

 

A lack of omega-3 oil in the diet can shorten life even more than smoking, new research warns.

Scientists found that smoking knocked four years off life expectancy whereas low levels of the fatty acid — found in oily fish such as salmon and mackerel — could reduce it by five years.

Not eating oily fish regularly can shorten life expectancy more than smoking

Tags: Choices, Fish, History, Life Expectancy, Science, Smoking, World

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18-Jul-2021


This Parasitic Worm Is Thriving in Nature, but May Affect Your Sushi Dinner 

 

For parasitic worms of the genus Anisakis, life typically goes like this: after floating through the ocean in an egg, they hatch as wriggling larvae with a peculiar desire—to be eaten. Small crustaceans like krill gobble up the larvae, and those infested krill are then eaten by squid or small fish, which are devoured by bigger fish until they finally earn their nickname, whale worms, and end up in the bellies of whales or dolphins where they complete their life cycle by laying eggs that are subsequently ejected in the hosts’ feces.

But sometimes, those big fish full of the worms—like salmon or herring—get intercepted by fishers and end up in markets. Although fish suppliers and sushi chefs diligently remove parasite-infected fish from their wares, occasionally one of those little buggers may wind up in your sushi roll.

Now, new research finds the global population of those parasitic worms, commonly found in sushi and other kinds of uncooked fish, has exploded in recent decades. The worms are 283-times more common than they were roughly 40 years ago, according to a new paper published in Global Change Biology.

Smithsonian Magazine

Tags: Clean, Environment, Fish, Food, Nature, Parasite, Safety, Survival, Terraforming, Warning

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03-Apr-2020


Man Gets Horrifying Bacterial Infection From Cleaning His Fish Tank 

 

Pet owners are at risk for countless animal-related diseases. But you probably wouldn’t guess that owning a fish could be detrimental to your health. However, a recent article published in BMJ Case Reportsthis link opens in a new tab tells the story of a 73-year-old man who contracted a horrifying bacterial infection after cleaning his fish tank.

After breaking out in chickenpox-like rashes on his arms and torso, the unnamed man was sent to the University of Iowa’s infectious disease unit. The doctors who treated him first thought that he might have developed an infection from a bacterium called Nocardia, which can cause chest pain, coughing, and breathing difficulties.

Health

Tags: Clean, Disease, Environment, Fish, Injury, Pets, Weird

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22-Mar-2019