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Inconsistent labeling complicates clam recall; marine toxin found

1 hour ago   |   Food Safety

Government tests spurred a recall of Manila clams because of contamination with a marine biotoxin that causes the potentially deadly Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning. Evergreen...
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More microgreens recalled in relation to Salmonella outbreak

1 hour ago   |   Food Safety

A third recall has been initiated in Canada related to a Salmonella outbreak associated with fresh sprouts from Sunsprout. The recall covers micro-greens including alfalfa and...
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Success Tips - The Tools of Titans

Success Tips - The Tools of Titans

2 hours ago   |   IAPAM

I've been a fan of Tim Ferriss since the Four Hour Workweek was released back in 2009! Tim has gone on to have an amazing Podcast and is typically ranked 1 under business...
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FDA establishes the Digital Health Center of Excellence

2 hours ago   |   News Medical

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it is launching the Digital Health Center of Excellence within the Center for Devices and Radiological Health .
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Organic Valley Butter & Eggs-DDT Test Results

Organic Valley Butter & Eggs-DDT Test Results

4 hours ago   |   Mamavation

Finding DDT in backyard chicken eggs led us to discover a secret of the organic food supply-residue from persistent legacy pesticides like DDT is not monitored by USDA organic...
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If You Want to Lose Weight, Trainers Recommend These 8 No-Equipment Exercises

If You Want to Lose Weight, Trainers Recommend These 8 No-Equipment Exercises

5 hours ago   |   PopSugar

We get it: when it comes to weight loss, it feels tough to even get started if you don't have access to a gym, home workout equipment, or even a set of dumbbells. Of course, as...
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Note on clarification

10 hours ago   |   Food Safety

The Sept. 12, 2020 issue of Food Safety News , incorrectly reported that Williams Foods' taco seasoning containing cumin seeds supplied by Mincing Spice Company was subject to...
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Researchers take a closer look at the migration of heavy metals from soil to rice in China

Researchers take a closer look at the migration of heavy metals from soil to rice in China

11 hours ago   |   Natural News

Soil and water contaminants like pesticides and heavy metals build up in living organisms. Known as bioaccumulation, this usually affects aquatic animals and plants used for...
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Over 20% of Americans suffer from food shortage, study reveals

13 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

More than 18 percent of U.S. adults do not know whether they will have enough to eat from day to day, and the numbers are worse for Hispanics, Blacks, people with obesity, and...
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Researchers discover a hormone that might help tackle malabsorption

13 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

Scientists at Cincinnati Children's used human intestinal organoids grown from stem cells to discover how our bodies control the absorption of nutrients from the food we eat.
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Many Metrics to Measure COVID-19, Which Are Best?

Many Metrics to Measure COVID-19, Which Are Best?

The metrics used to track the coronavirus pandemic typically include daily cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. Analyzing these metrics separately can show how much community... Read more ...

ACIP Mulls Priority Groups for COVID-19 Vaccines

ACIP Mulls Priority Groups for COVID-19 Vaccines

Members of the the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices meeting Tuesday appeared to agree that healthcare workers should be first in line to receive a COVID-19... Read more ...

Why children ARE more protected from severe COVID-19 than adults

Why children ARE more protected from severe COVID-19 than adults

Researchers at Yale University and Albert Einstein College of Medicine found that adults who catch coronavirus are nine-times more likely to die of the infection compared to... Read more ...

Exercising regularly and not smoking can have a dramatic effect on your...

Exercising regularly and not smoking can have a dramatic effect on your lifespan study shows

Scientists from Leicester university found that not smoking and exercising regularly can add six to eight years to life, even in those with chronic illnesses Read more ...

COVID Death Toll Hits 200,000 in the U.S

COVID Death Toll Hits 200,000 in the U.S

Just over 6 months after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, the United States has reached a grim milestone: the novel coronavirus death toll has... Read more ...

FDA will make it harder for COVID-19 vaccines to get approved

FDA will make it harder for COVID-19 vaccines to get approved

The FDA is expected to issue new, tougher requirements for its approval of a coronavirus vaccine, a move that could make emergency use authorization before Election Day unlikely. Read more ...

Pontyclun pub closes after customer tests positive for Covid-19

Pontyclun pub closes after customer tests positive for Covid-19

The Pipeworks Bar is having a deep clean, with some staff told to isolate for 14 days Read more ...

Could Your Nausea Be a Sign of COVID-19? If You're Worried, Here's What to Know

Could Your Nausea Be a Sign of COVID-19? If You're Worried, Here's What to Know

We've learned a lot about the symptoms of COVID-19 over the last few months. One of the more surprising discoveries: despite being classified as a respiratory illness by the... Read more ...

No Luck for Chemo-Free Tx in First-Line Bladder Cancer

No Luck for Chemo-Free Tx in First-Line Bladder Cancer

PD-L1 checkpoint blockade with or without anti-CTLA-4 failed to improve overall survival compared to standard chemotherapy in previously untreated metastatic bladder cancer, a... Read more ...

Trial Holds Promise for Weekly Insulin for Type 2

Trial Holds Promise for Weekly Insulin for Type 2

Now, new research offers some hope for those insulin avoiders - a once-a-week insulin injection may someday replace daily shots. Read more ...