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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Fox News: CDC: Food Poisoning From Salmonella Up in U.S.

I am not surprised; this heat creates an ideal situation for the growth of bacteria and food is bound to go bad quicker then under normal circumstances. Therefore, it is essential to ensure that all the food is not only cooked properly, but all the way through as well.

The slightest part of especially uncooked meat, raw seafood, or soft boiled eggs, can result in this severe type of food poisoning. Before you know it, you end up in the ER and several white lab coats are examining your blood work in order to find out what they are dealing with.

You may have to undergo a lot more tests at present to eliminate the possibility of E-Coli. Yes, several cases of this virus have also been reported in the US, although they don't seem to be related to the European outbreak.

Even though it may seem nice being pampered by all those friendly nurses in their colored uniforms, which they probably purchased at the http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/ website, it is better avoiding any food poisoning.

Keep in mind that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!



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