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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Surge'

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Meat eaters get hit hardest as inflation sees grocery bills soar:  

 

Milk is more expensive according to 51 percent of those surveyed; for prepared foods it is 50 percent of those questioned and for seafood 49 percent.

A quarter said they are buying less red meat as a result of the price hikes. Meat prices rocketed by up to 25 per cent last spring, during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, when meat plans were hit by staff shortages caused by the virus.

They subsequently dropped, but Bloomberg's data suggests shoppers are once again feeling the pinch.

Morning Consult economist John Leer told Bloomberg: 'We’ve got these pockets of inflation without having corresponding wage growth, and that’s going to put consumers in a really tough spot.'

For Hispanic and black Americans, more than 40 per cent report spending more money on food since the start of 2021. For white Americans that figure is 30 percent.

Meat eaters get hit hardest

Italian restaurant in Philadelphia suburb is shut down after hepatitis A outbreak kills

Tags: $, Death, Disease, Economy, Food, Prices, Restaurant, Surge, Vegan's Revenge

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07-Jan-2022


Police called to noise complaint find cat home alone blasting music 

 

His noisy neighbors gave him pause … er, paws.

Police called to noise complaint find cat home alone blasting music

Florida cop shoots and kills tiger that seized screaming zoo cleaner's arm

Boy, 5, mauled to death by dog just hours before Christmas

Cats cause hundreds of house fires and injuries

Hundreds of wild white-tailed deer in the US are infected with COVID

Woman and her dog are shot dead in a Brooklyn smoke shop

The U.S. recorded the highest number of rabies deaths

Tags: Animals, Arson, Attack, Death, Disease, Environment, Funny, Health, Injury, Interference, Misconduct, Murder, Nature, Neighbor, Police, Safety, Self Interest, Surge, Terraforming, Video, Violence, World

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06-Jan-2022


Hollywood consumes half the oil from the Amazon rainforest 

 

“The world has failed us,” Correa said in 2013 as he announced a lifting of the moratorium on oil drilling in Yasuní.

The move to drill hundreds of new wells in the national park requires the building of roads and other infrastructure that is likely to accelerate deforestation, environmentalists say. Construction of an initial road inside the park is now less than 1,300 feet from the “no-go” zone designed to protect the uncontacted tribes, according to the report.

Crude reality

Toxic Things Celebrities Do

LA residents say homelessness crisis is city's biggest problem

I WANT GUN FOR PROTECTION

Beverly Hills Hires More Officers And Increases Patrols

Philadelphia now has more murders than NYC and LA and a DOZEN major US cities

Jogging is only good for you if the air is clean

Leo says his new movie is about about science denial and climate change (LOL)

Glute pumping, lip plumping, skin smoothing

'Somebody gift these people some vasectomies

Tags: Activism, Beauty, Celebrity, Competition, Danger, Effect, Environment, Exercise, Family, Fucking The Environment!, Health, Hollywood, Homeless, Ignorance, Interview, Oil, Opinion, Overpopulation, Parody, Police, Poverty, Protection, Protest, Sacrifice, Safety, Surge, Survival, Terraforming, Theft, Video, Violence

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29-Dec-2021


America Is Having a Violence Wave, Not a Crime Wave 

 

A historic rise in homicides in 2020—and continued bloodshed in 2021—has incited fears that after years of plummeting crime rates, the U.S. could be headed back to the bad old days, when a crime wave gripped the country from the 1970s to the 1990s.

The murder rate rose by nearly 30 percent, the largest increase on record. There were about 21,500 murders, or 6.5 per 100,000 people. Aggravated assault, the most common form of violent crime, rose 12 percent. Among other components of the violent-crime rate, robbery actually decreased and rape reports were flat. But property crimes overall fell 8 percent, led by drops in burglary and larceny—though motor-vehicle theft increased.

America Is Having a Violence Wave

Nike Jordan chairman Larry Miller, 72, reveals he murdered an innocent teen

Passengers do nothing as woman is raped on Philadelphia train

Pennsylvania man, 35, is arrested after 'raping' a woman on a SEPTA train

'Does that mean we are now like a lawless city?

Security guards are hired to walk county staffers to station or ferry

Violent crime wave rages across Big Apple

Doorbell video appears to show arrest of Waukesha parade suspect

BLM 'militant' says Waukesha Christmas parade attack may be start of 'revolution'

...woke bail and prison reforms are to blame

Tags: $, Bio, Business, Celebrity, Crime, Guilt, Murder, Parental Burden, Prison, Rape, Statistics, Surge, Travel, Video, Violence

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24-Nov-2021


How Small Restaurant Owners Are Navigating the Labor Shortage 

 

Every few weeks, it seems, a new photo goes viral on social media showing a sign in a restaurant window declaring: “This restaurant is closed because no one wants to work.” Restaurant owners have, for months now, been quoted in articles and TV news hits decrying the ongoing labor shortage, blaming the enhanced unemployment benefits enacted during the pandemic for disincentivizing returning to work.

But those benefits have expired in some states already — and some jobs data suggests ending them didn’t exactly lead to a wave of rehires.

How Small Restaurant Owners Are Navigating the Labor Shortage

Wages Are Going Up — And So Is Inflation. Consumer Prices Have Hit A 13-Year High

Restaurants’ Fragile Recovery Is Fizzling in the U.S.

Chick-fil-A Lawsuit Claims Raising Menu Prices on Delivery Orders Is Deceptive

Procter & Gamble to raise prices of more household goods

Here's why Zillow won't be buying any more homes to renovate and resell this year

Grocery store shoppers sound off on surging prices

Gas hits $7.59 a gallon in CA town

Tyson Foods plans further price hikes

Tags: $, Business, Court, Economy, Fast Food, Food, Gas, Home, Labor Shortage, Prices, Product, Protest, Real Estate, Restaurant, Service, Surge, Video

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15-Nov-2021


This is what happens to all the rats when cities flood 

 

The New York City health department knows some rats drown when there is severe flooding, but as the city doesn't take rat censuses, there is no data on how many, spokesperson Michael Lanza said. The department uses complaints of rat sightings and inspection reports to track rodent activity. So far, reports have not increased since Ida passed through. The same is true in Philadelphia, which was also ravaged by rain, according to health department officials there.

This is what happens to all the rats

‘Ankle Biter’ Mosquito Population On The Rise In Orange County

THE RAT PACK

Tags: Animals, Disease, Environment, Health, Infestation, Insects, List, Neglect, Pests, Surge, Survival, Terraforming, Water, Weather, Wildlife

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22-Oct-2021


Bacon may disappear in California as pig rules take effect 

 

At the beginning of next year, California will begin enforcing an animal welfare proposition approved overwhelmingly by voters in 2018 that requires more space for breeding pigs, egg-laying chickens and veal calves. National veal and egg producers are optimistic they can meet the new standards, but only 4% of hog operations now comply with the new rules. Unless the courts intervene or the state temporarily allows non-compliant meat to be sold in the state, California will lose almost all of its pork supply, much of which comes from Iowa, and pork producers will face higher costs to regain a key market.

Bacon may disappear in California as pig rules take effect

Almost 300,000 Pounds Of Beef Are Being Recalled Due To E. Coli

Major Grocery Chains Are All Pulling This One Food From Shelves

Whole Foods is adding a $10 delivery charge

Salmonella outbreak from unknown source spreads to 29 states

Two Serious Nationwide Food Recalls

Fall may bring more grocery shortages. Here’s what to expect

Half a million pounds of canned beef recalled because of high levels of lead

Grocery store shelves aren't going back to normal this year

Salmonella outbreak, mislabeled food and unsafe levels of lead prompt food recalls

Tags: Business, Contamination, Food, Meat, Prices, Recall, Recovery, Safety, Seafood, Service, Shopping, Shortage, Struggling, Surge, Termination, Toxic, Warning

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09-Oct-2021


Costco Just Issued This Serious Food Recall 

 

On Friday, Costco issued a recall notice for a reported 862,000 pounds of a specialty grocery item that the manufacturer says Costco members and shoppers at other supermarkets nationwide may have purchased anytime in the past six months. One official recall advisory site suggests the product is responsible for 36 illnesses in 17 states. We've got the Costco recall details you need to know.

Costco Just Issued This Serious Food Recall

Grocery stores are reportedly stocking up on snacks as worker strikes prompt shortage fears

Kroger: ‘Organized crime’ among contributors to higher food prices

This Beloved Little Debbie Snack Has Just Been Recalled

Company recalls 3,768 pounds of empanadas

If You've Purchased Chicken in the Past Decade, You May Be Eligible for a Class Action Settlement

If You Bought This at Kroger, Throw It Away Immediately

Kroger to raise prices

If You Bought This at Aldi, Throw It Out Immediately

Costco to reimpose limits on toilet paper, cleaning supplies and more

Tags: $, Business, Contamination, Court, Food, Judgment, Limited, Organic Food, Prices, Product, Recall, Surge, Warning

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24-Sep-2021


These 5 States Are Seeing the Worst COVID Surges 

 

After weeks of decline, the national seven-day average of new COVID cases in the U.S. stopped dropping and begun to plateau around June 8, according to The New York Times. The news comes as the national vaccination rate has also slowed, with close to one-third of Americans now saying they were hesitant to get their shots. But even as the two important figures flatline, certain states are already seeing some of the worst COVID surges reemerge, according to data from The Washington Post.

These 5 States Are Seeing the Worst COVID Surges

CDC will FINALLY label Indian Delta Covid strain as 'variant of concern'

There's always a bigger shark. 15-Jun-2021

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Surge

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15-Jun-2021


4 million Americans quit their jobs in April — a 20-year record.  

 

Job vacancies rose to a 20-year high in April, the Labor Department said on Tuesday.

The department also said 4 million workers had quit their jobs in April, another 20-year record. Job quits rose the most in the retail sector and in professional and business services.

Companies were advertising 9.3 job million openings at the end of April, up 12% from the previous month, the department said. The number of vacancies grew most in the accommodation and food-service sectors, which are opening up after more than a year of COVID-19 restrictions.

Vacancies fell in educational services and mining and logging.

4 million Americans quit their jobs in April

Tags: $, Employment, Politics, Quit, Statistics, Surge

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09-Jun-2021


New mutated coronavirus from South Africa is "highly concerning"

 

The UK government has said it is “highly concerned” about two cases of a new mutation of the coronavirus which have been identified in people who have arrived from South Africa.

New mutated coronavirus...

Tags: Coronavirus, Culture, Effect, Environment, Health, Interference, Mutation, Nature, Safety, Study, Surge, Test, Video, World

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23-Dec-2020


Orange County COVID-19 ICU Capacity Hits Zero, Health Officials Suspend Ambulance Diversion 

 

Orange County continued its streak of daily records for COVID-19 hospitalizations on Thursday with 1,519 patients, including 343 in ICU beds.

The county’s adjusted ICU bed capacity remains at zero.

The state created the adjusted metric to reflect the difference in beds available for COVID-19 patients and non-coronavirus patients. The county’s unadjusted ICU bed capacity is also dropping, and it currently stands at 9.5%.


The 11-county Southern California region’s adjusted percentage of available ICU beds dropped from 0.5% to zero as well.

Another 13 people died from virus-related complications, the county reported Thursday. The death toll is now at 1,731.

Orange County COVID-19 ICU Capacity Hits Zero, Health Officials Suspend Ambulance Diversion

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Environmentalist, Fear, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Safety, SOS, Surge, Survival

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18-Dec-2020


‘I’ll Take Your Mask Off and Stick My Tongue Down Your Throat’ 

 

Sexual harassment is rife in the restaurant industry. And as it often goes, the most precarious workers — those who rely on tips, and who get paid as little as $2.13 an hour in direct wages — are also the most vulnerable. Two-thirds of tipped workers are women, and many are women of color. In addition to routine harassment from male co-workers and supervisors, they may also face unwanted advances and sexual comments from customers, with little hope for recourse: If they speak up, they could risk losing their tip, which for many doesn’t feel like an option.

“Pull that mask down so I can see if I want to take you home later,” reads one comment. Another person who participated in the survey wrote that a male customer cut a hole in the mouth of his mask, and asked one of her female coworkers “if she sat on his face, would he get COVID.” When workers tried to ignore or refuse unwelcome advances, many customers responded aggressively. “When I told him no, I’m not allowed [to remove my mask], he became more insistent, saying things like ‘No one will notice,’ or ‘I want to see the face of the girl that gave me the great service,’” reads one comment. Another wrote that she’s constantly called a “whore” for asking people to wear a mask.

‘I’ll Take Your Mask Off and Stick My Tongue Down Your Throat’

Tags: Coronavirus, Employment, Men In Charge, NSFW, Parental Crime, Restaurant, Sexual Harassment, Surge, Terror

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04-Dec-2020


No More ‘Minnesota Nice’: New COVID Ad Campaign Aims To Get In Your Face 

 

Minnesota’s major hospitals and healthcare systems are stepping up their urgency ahead of Thanksgiving this week with a messaging campaign that declares “There’s no more time to be ‘Minnesota Nice.'”

The campaign is called “Fight COVID MN.”

“We need to pull this lever, which is a little bit more in your face,” said Dr. Rahul Koranne, the president and CEO of the Minnesota Hospital Association.

One of the first two posters shows a healthcare worker in PPE with text that says, “We’re not the front line. You are. We’re your last chance.”

The other reads, “We’re sure it’s good, but is Grandma’s pumpkin pie really to die for?”

“I think it’s time to get pretty aggressive,” said Dr. Omobosola Akinsete, HealthPartners’s chair of infectious diseases.

No More ‘Minnesota Nice’: New COVID Ad Campaign Aims To Get In Your Face

Another 'huge' Hasidic wedding takes place in NY despite orders for it to be canceled - one day after Gov. Cuomo blasted 'secret' synagogue ceremony of 7,000 last month for being 'disrespectful'

'You can have cocaine and heroin, but not turkey?' Oregon Gov. Brown is slammed for telling people to SNITCH on neighbors violating COVID rules this Thanksgiving - weeks after Democrat state decriminalized ALL drugs

Parents tell college-aged kids to stay away this Thanksgiving

Texas relatives ‘feel guilty’ after party leads to 15 COVID-19 infections

Grandparents Are Lying to Their Kids So That They Can See Their Grandchildren

New data shows 28% rise in child COVID-19 cases in last two weeks

Tags: Action, Celebration, Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Discipline, Enforcement, Family, Fighting Back, Guilt, Hate, Health, Holidays, Laws, Leaders, Life Sucks, Nobody Cares, Policy, Privilege, Reckless, Religion, Respect, Responsibility, Safety, Suicide, Surge, Threat

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24-Nov-2020


‘Covid-hell.’ ‘Humanitarian disaster.’ Experts sound the alarm about U.S. coronavirus outbreak. 

 

Public health experts are sounding the alarm about the trajectory of the pandemic in the United States as the coronavirus spreads through the country largely unabated and officials muse aloud about the possibility of fresh lockdowns.

“Our hospitals are full,” Megan Ranney, an emergency medicine professor at Brown University, said in an interview. “Our workers are getting sick. And it is simply overwhelming the system.”

The rapid rise in hospitalizations could foreshadow a long period of rising deaths, said Scott Gottlieb, former director of the Food and Drug Administration. Although improvements in care have pushed the mortality rate below 1 percent in the United States, 1,549 people died of the virus Wednesday, the highest toll since April.

Frieden tweeted that the United States has entered “the exponential phase” of virus spread and that the situation will worsen significantly before it improves. But he emphasized that policy decisions have an impact, and throwing in the towel is the wrong solution.

“If people on the whole just go to the store one less time a week, you could substantially reduce spread,” Gottlieb said on “Squawk Box.”

The holiday season, meanwhile, is a looming danger that Ranney expects will lead to a “deadly” spike in infections. The virus’s prevalence across the country means that this is the worst time for people to increase their risk of transmission by attending family-centric celebrations, she said.

‘Covid-hell.’ ‘Humanitarian disaster.’ Experts sound the alarm about U.S. coronavirus outbreak.

California becomes second state in US to surpass 1m Covid-19 cases

Dr. Birx advises no extended family gatherings in Utah for Thanksgiving, Christmas

Orange County at risk of reverting to most restrictive purple tier as COVID-19 infection rates rise

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot tells city to stay at home for 30 days, cancel Thanksgiving plans and puts 10-person limit on gatherings due to COVID-19 spike - days after she joined crowds celebrating Biden's win

Tags: Cancelled, Celebration, Coronavirus, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Health, Holidays, Investment, Masks, Quarantine, Responsibility, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Science, Self Interest, Social Distancing, Surge, Survival, Threat, Travel, Unity, Warning

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13-Nov-2020




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