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The CDC is reminding holiday bakers that it’s gotten doubly dangerous to sneak a taste of raw cookie dough, cake batter, and other uncooked foods. While eggs have been a known risk for food poisoning for decades, in the last few years recalls have put flour into that category as well. If you want to […]

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A large E. coli outbreak is being shared between the US and Canada right now. Officially, the FDA has not pinpointed a source to the outbreak. Unofficially, Consumer Reports is warning everyone to stay away from romaine lettuce until a recall is made. Because romaine lettuce is the likely culprit, and because it’s often eaten […]

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It took less than a month for E. coli to sicken thousands and kill 27 people, and no one is quite sure where the source of the outbreak started. About E. Coli That Causes Food Poisoning E. coli is actually one of your natural gut bacteria, but there are multiple strains of E. coli, and […]

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Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease are similar diseases: both are inflammation (and eventually damage) in the gastrointestinal tract, but they’re in different regions. Both cause severe, frequent diarrhea and impair the absorption of nutrients (it’s usually recommended that people with GI Tract issues take a vitamin supplement). Both are treated with anti-inflammatory medicines, antibiotics, sometimes […]

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) can be a painful, life long condition if not properly cared for, but can be difficult to recognize. It’s important to know whether you’re showing ulcerative colitis symptoms, or crohns disease symptoms, the two biggest forms of inflammatory bowel disease. Generally, ulcerative colitis symptoms and crohns disease symptoms are treated the […]

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