FOOD SAFETY NEWS – An Idaho company is recalling an unrevealed number of cases of certain frozen, imported cauliflower because testing showed it to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The TJ Farms Select brand cauliflower was imported from China. It was distributed in Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Wisconsin, according to the company’s recall notice posted by the Food and Drug Administration today. As of the posting of the recall no illnesses had been confirmed.
Testing of a...
Kaiser Health News — Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders have asked a group of reproductive health experts to propose policies to bolster the state’s abortion infrastructure and ready it for more patients. Lawmakers plan to begin debating the ideas when they reconvene in January.
Abortion clinics are already girding themselves for a surge in demand.
Janet Jacobson, medical director of Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties, said three or four out-of-state patients...
Scientists are “flying at warp speed” to understand the variant’s properties, such as whether it can evade immune responses triggered by vaccines and whether it causes more or less severe disease than other variants do.
USA TODAY – Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, isn’t sure whether Americans will need another COVID-19 vaccine booster in the future.
“The honest answer is that we do not know at this point, but we’re collecting data,” Fauci said Monday at a White House briefing. “We may not need to get boosted every six months or so but if we do, we’ll address it. We’ll find the data, make it public...
Henry Genung was born with CLAPO syndrome, which causes malformations of the lymph nodes and obstructs his breathing. His tracheostomy tube is supposed to be replaced weekly, but the Genung family has been unable to get new tracheostomy tubes since September. Photo courtesy of Myah Genung
NRA FAMILY – Knives are important tools that we all use for a number of tasks in our everyday lives—from opening boxes to field-dressing game.
Knives are everywhere. Knowing how to handle, use, and store knives are critical skills that we should all possess as outdoor enthusiasts, because your gear will only take as good care of you as you take of it.
One of the first lessons to learn is that the safest knives...
KAISER HEALTH NEWS – Jason and DeeAnn Dean recently relocated to her hometown of Dellrose, Tennessee, where she grew up on a farm.
Both in their late 40s, they’re trying to start a green dream business that combines organic farming with a health and wellness consulting company. They want to inspire people to grow their own food in this fertile rolling farmland, just north of the border with Alabama.
Until the business fully launches, Jason...
THE WASHINGTON POST – Anthony S. Fauci was swamped by so many angry messages and threats that in late October his assistant quit answering the phone for two weeks.
The U.S. covid chief got 3,600 phone calls in 36 hours, just as he and other Biden administration officials were preparing for the campaign to vaccinate young children.
Much of the onslaught stemmed from a viral and false claim that the agency Fauci leads, the National...
FOOD SAFETY NEWS – The Camden County Health Department in New Jersey has been notified by a health care provider that a food handler employed at a Starbucks at 1490 Blackwood Clementon Road in Gloucester Township tested positive for hepatitis A and worked through the infectious period.
On Wednesday, Nov. 17, the Department of Health was notified that a patient tested positive for hepatitis A and an investigation was instantly commissioned. Members of the Food...
MILTON, Fla. (WKRG) — A Milton man is charged with battery, aggravated assault, and criminal mischief.
John Miller, 33, was caught “humping” a dog when the owner confronted him.
The complainant said Miller destroyed items in the house and the garage door. He said Miller also grabbed a knife threatening to kill him.
Miller is in the Santa Rosa County Jail with a $7,000 bond ... READ MORE.
Alabama man accused of sex with 2 dogs, killing...
HealthDay News – The first human clinical trial of a nasal vaccine to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease is set to begin after nearly 20 years of research.
This is a "remarkable milestone," according to Dr. Howard Weiner, co-director of the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
"Over the last two decades, we've amassed preclinical evidence suggesting the potential of this nasal vaccine for AD ," Weiner said...
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