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Facts About Fibroids

Symptoms of uterine fibroids and how they can be treated.
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Facts About Fibroids

By middle age, 70% to 80% of women will have them. Learn about symptoms of uterine fibroids and how they can be treated.
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Food Safety News - July 24, 2014 Texas Reports Big Spike in Cyclosporiasis Cases

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Texas Reports Big Spike in Cyclosporiasis Cases

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Public health officials in Tarrant County, Texas, which includes the Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington areas, are investigating a sudden surge in Cyclosporiasis, an intestinal infection caused by a parasite that can be ingested via contaminated food or water. The statewide number of cases hit 61 in the past month, with eight of them being in Tarrant County.... Continue Reading
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Breads Withdrawn From Market For Potential Listeria Contamination

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The Schwebel Baking Company announced Tuesday that it was voluntarily withdrawing certain bread products from the marketplace after finding Listeria in its Youngstown, Ohio bakery during a scheduled environmental assessment. The products were shipped directly to retail outlets, restaurants and institutions in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, New York, Michigan, West Virginia and Kentucky. Consumers can identify... Continue Reading
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Salmonella, Inspection Problems Face Mexican Restaurant in Indiana

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Complaints about Salmonella illnesses and health inspection problems are reportedly plaguing a Mexican restaurant in Carmel, IN. Several diners who had recently eaten at the Agave Bar and Grill at 31 E. Main St. said they had been sickened by Salmonella, and some were reportedly hospitalized this week. However, owner Alejandro Hernandez said the local... Continue Reading
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Illinois Meat and Poultry Processor Loses License for Repeated Violations

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Parks Locker Service of Greenfield, IL, has had its license revoked by the Illinois Department of Agriculture for repeated violations of the state’s Meat and Poultry Inspection Act. The closure followed a July 16 hearing in Springfield during which an administrative law judge heard testimony that department inspectors had identified 136 violations at the company’s... Continue Reading
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Groups Oppose Herbicide Approval, Citing Harm to Human Health and the Environment

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Although the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said in April that it plans to permit a new weed killer called Enlist Duo onto the market, consumer advocates are attempting to dissuade the agency from doing so before a final decision is made. The herbicide is a combination of 2,4-D and glyphosate and is made by... Continue Reading
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Process and Substance in Third-Party Food Safety Audits

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As the result of numerous national and international outbreaks of foodborne illness, food industries worldwide have come under increasing pressure to ensure that their products are safe, wholesome and meet government standards. FDA and USDA have the primary authority for our food supply nationally, while individual states typically regulate local food operations through state and... Continue Reading
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Time is Short for PCA Pre-Trial Motion Since Jury Selection Begins Monday

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Mary Wilkerson's motion to have charges against her dismissed before the scheduled July 28 start of the trial of former Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) executives has both the clock and the government running against it. U.S. District Court Judge W. Louis Sands let Wednesday pass without taking any action on her motion. Only today... Continue Reading
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The truth about fibroids: do you need surgery?

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