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E. coli is similar to the 2011 outbreak strain found in Europe

6 hours ago   |   Food Safety

A type of E. coli similar to what caused a large outbreak in 2011 has recently been detected in Europe, according to researchers. Two cases of Shiga toxin-producing...
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FDA investigating three new outbreaks; other investigations remain active

FDA investigating three new outbreaks; other investigations remain active

6 hours ago   |   Food Safety

The FDA is investigating two new outbreaks of infections from Salmonella bacteria. The agency is also investigating an outbreak of E. coli infections announced Tuesday by the...
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Spaghetti sauce prices to increase due to reduced tomato yields amid California water crisis

Spaghetti sauce prices to increase due to reduced tomato yields amid California water crisis

7 hours ago   |   Natural News

California tomato farmers are now struggling with a water scarcity brought about by the worst drought in 1,200 years. This dilemma that affects the production of processing...
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US FIRST: Most of the food "recalls" during the pandemic are actually foods being diverted to government storage bunkers for the rich and "elite"

US FIRST: Most of the food "recalls" during the pandemic are actually foods being diverted to government storage bunkers for the rich and "elite"

7 hours ago   |   Natural News

The “uber-rich” of the world have an “escape plan” in place for the upcoming food shortage apocalypse, and they aren't even spending their own money to prepare. Most of the...
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The science-backed health benefits of acai berries

The science-backed health benefits of acai berries

14 hours ago   |   Natural News

Acai berries are widely acknowledged as a nutrient powerhouse for the wide array of phytonutrients and potent antioxidants they contain. A study published in the Journal of...
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Dill recalled in Ontario because of Listeria contamination

16 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Caldic Canada Inc. is recalling Supherb Farms brand IQF Dill because of Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The recalled product has been sold in Ontario, Canada, according...
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Hearing Aids Will Soon Be Sold Over the Counter. Here's Why That's a Huge Deal

Hearing Aids Will Soon Be Sold Over the Counter. Here's Why That's a Huge Deal

17 hours ago   |   PopSugar   |   2 articles

This week, the Food and Drug Administration finalized a historic move to make hearing aids more accessible and affordable for those who need them. The FDA's new rule goes into...
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Researchers want a nutrition traffic light system on food to counter misleading health claims

Researchers want a nutrition traffic light system on food to counter misleading health claims

17 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

Traffic light style label systems can counteract the misconception that food or drink claiming to be sugar free is automatically healthy for you, a study on 1,000 Germans has...
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Experts assert the need to amplify "food first" and "no needle" messages among all athletes

22 hours ago   |   News Medical

Intravenous nutrition, which used to be considered a treatment of 'last resort', is threatening to become the norm for competitive athletes, despite no scientific evidence that...
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FSA survey shows public confidence in food safety

1 day ago   |   Food Safety

Most people believe the food they buy is safe, according to research published by the Food Standards Agency . More than 90 percent of respondents were confident in food safety...
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Race is on as sports battle for a place in 2026 Commonwealth Games

There's an apparent conflict between the Victorian government's determination to attract world-class athletes in exciting sports and the lobbying by Commonwealth Games... Read more ...

Why Do People in "Blue Zones" Live Longer Than the Rest of the World?

Title: Why Do People in "Blue Zones" Live Longer Than the Rest of the World? Category: Health and Living Created: 8/17/2022 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 8/17/2022 12:00:00 AM Read more ...

Twitter locks accounts of users who complained about transgender players in...

Twitter locks accounts of users who complained about transgender players in women's sports

During the Gaelic soccer women’s cup final earlier this month, a 30-year-old transgender woman was allowed to play and the team, Na Gaeil Aeracha, won. Social media companies... Read more ...

Books on gender transitioning recommended to kindergartners in Newsom's...

Books on gender transitioning recommended to kindergartners in Newsom's California

The California Department of Education has updated its recommended reading list to include books about children undergoing gender transitions for students as young as... Read more ...

WEF's “Global intelligence collecting AI” to erase ideas from the internet

WEF's “Global intelligence collecting AI” to erase ideas from the internet

The World Economic Forum is becoming a little concerned. Unapproved opinions are becoming more popular, and online censors cannot keep up with millions of people becoming more... Read more ...

Jay Dyer tells Dr. Lee Merritt: Military and intelligence agencies are...

Jay Dyer tells Dr. Lee Merritt: Military and intelligence agencies are inserting messages into films, TV shows â& 128;& 147; Brighteon.TV

The military and intelligence agencies are inserting messages into films and television shows, according to author and film analyst Jay Dyer."They had done a whole in-depth... Read more ...

Mystery deepens surrounding mass FISH KILL in Europe's Oder River

Mystery deepens surrounding mass FISH KILL in Europe's Oder River

The mystery surrounding the mass fish kill in Central Europe's Oder River has deepened.Polish Climate and Environment Minister Anna Moskwa said on Aug. 13 that while... Read more ...

Home security for preppers: Design your landscape strategically and grow...

Home security for preppers: Design your landscape strategically and grow defensive plants for your protection

There are many ways to improve your home security, such as installing CCTV cameras and a home security system.But did you know that growing certain plants, especially those... Read more ...

Experts warn: Centralized digital currencies could be used to control how...

Experts warn: Centralized digital currencies could be used to control how people behave

Central bank digital currencies, the answer of governments to decentralized blockchain-based cryptocurrencies, could be used to control the consumption habits of people.During... Read more ...