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Don't Let Food Poisoning Spoil Your Picnic by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 May 2011 6:27pm It's start of the summer season as Americans get ready for a slew of picnics and barbecues. But, even though many people are savvy about keeping foods that spoil easily out of the sun, they may still be making mistakes that can serve up a hefty dose of food poisoning. To help prevent these calamities, the American Dietetic Association and C ... Read on »
Strengthening supervision of food circulation to prevent food poisoning by sweethouse Posted Mon 10 Jun 2013 7:41am   Recently, some areas have been many mass food poisoning incident, the public health and safety hazards caused by the individual incident has aroused concern. State Food and Drug Supervision Administration Office today issued an "effectively strengthen the summer circulation consumer aspects of food safety supervision to prevent food poisoning," ... Read on »
How to Treat Food Poisoning by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 10:00pm Food poisoning is a common problem that can be easily treated. Each year, an estimated 76 million people in the United States become ill from the food they eat, and about 5,000 of them die according to the CDCP, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Beef and poultry are generally the main causes of food-borne illness, but a number of ot ... Read on »
Food Poisoning: To Run or Not To Run - I Ran by Cord C. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Mar 2010 8:32am Last night I had what I would consider a light bought with food poisoning. I ate at 8:00pm was in bed by 11:00pm and puking by 2:00am. After some fluids and Pepto Bismol I was back asleep by 3:00am and ready for my run a few hours later. Should I have ran or stayed in bed? I felt pretty good when I woke up but my stomach was still churn ... Read on »
Off Topic Totally -- Ugh! Food Poisoning by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:14pm Forgive my off topic posting. Do not, do not, do not eat day-old guacamole!! Not knowing any better, that's what I did. Didn't matter that the mushed avocado dip was refrigerated overnight -- apparently some bacteria that crept in, and the green stuff made me so violently ill today!! It was awful. About 20 minutes, after eating a few bite ... Read on »
IS YOUR FOOD POISONED? by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:44pm Written by Neill Abayon When it comes to food, what you see or smell is not necessarily what you get. Have you ever looked in your refrigerator and found some long-forgotten and covered with greenish, brownish or blackish fuzzy mold? You surely would throw the food away. Even the thought of eating it might make you sick ... Read on »
Food poisoning and raw goat's milk...raw foodies beware! by Denise and Alan F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Jul 2010 2:18pm   BOULDER, CO. (Where else would you expect?!) The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has verified that an outbreak of food poisoning that has sickened 30 people and hospitalized 2 children is due to consumption of raw (unpasteurized) goat's milk from a local goat dairy farm. The unpasteurized milk contai ... Read on »
Cat Food Poisoning by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sun 20 Mar 2011 6:32am According to the suggestion from the veterinarians to keep away your cat from food poisoning, you need to give them only recommended food. You can tell and consult to the vet about this. Cat food poisoning is often occurring when the boss or you forget to feed it with right foods because you are too busy to take care off it. The ca ... Read on »
Don't Let Food Poisoning Spoil Your Picnic by HealthFinder Posted Sat 28 May 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Experts share simple tips on grilling safety. SATURDAY, May 28 (HealthDay News) -- ... Read on »
Prevent Food Poisoning At Home by USA.gov Posted Fri 23 Mar 2012 10:00am Prevent Food Poisoning At Home : Do you know how to prevent food poisoning in your home? Make sure everything you feed your family is safe. Read on »