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Deadly salmonella outbreak strikes down 14 people across nine states after ...
Three people each were infected in Missouri and North Carolina; two people in Ohio; and one person each in Alabama, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia, the CDC said. 'Our folks are really wanting people to be aware of it.
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Fancy a spot of tortoise for supper? Or maybe sparrow? New Middle Ages ...
If you're wondering what to whip up for dinner tonight, how about sparrows on toast, live frog pie or even sauteed tortoise? These were some of the delights on the menu in the Middle Ages.
Fish Pedicures Could Cause Serious Bacterial Infections, Warns CDC
Couple that with bacteria living on fish scales or waste and the tiniest cut could make the risk of infection a reality. In April 2011, a bacterial outbreak among 6,000 G. rufa imported from Indonesia to British salons and spas revealed colonies of ...
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Origins of a healthcare lie
Professor Michael McConnell, the distinguished constitutional theorist, has weighed in, to my knowledge for the first time, on the healthcare reform case pending in the Supreme Court.
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TEXT-S&P assigns Stockbridge/SBE 'B-' rating
ft. spa and fitness center; -- 12 restaurants with a total of 43,000 sq. ft. and 1,671 seats; -- 8,000 sq. Ft. of bars and lounges; -- Four nightlife venues with 71,650 sq.
Beauty News: Tilda Swinton's Glam Makeover, One Hair Trend's Death Knell ...
No shocker here: The CDC released a report saying that fish pedicures can cause bacterial infections. Call us Nostradamuses, but we were grossed out by this the moment we heard about it (see proof here).
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48 hours in Warsaw
WARSAW (Reuters) - Got 48 hours to spare this summer in Warsaw, the capital of Poland for more than 400 years? Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors get the most out of a 48-hour visit.
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Fish Pedicures: Bacteria in Your Foot Soak
The threat has remained largely theoretical ever since a spa in Alexandria, Va., brought the fishy foot treatments to U.S. shores in 2008 as a replacement for the razors typically used to scrape dead skin from callused toes and heels.
Pedicure fish may harbor harmful bacteria  Bellingham Herald
CDC: "Doctor fish" pedicures could cause serious infections  Denver Post
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Don't Let Tiny Fish Eat Dead Skin Off Your Feet!
As if you needed more reasons not to get a pedicure in which TINY FISH EAT DEAD SKIN OFF YOUR FEET WHILE YOUR FEET REMAIN ON YOU, the CDC confirmed recently that it's gross. Also, risk of bacterial infection is high for both person and fish.
Don't Get Sunburned! But if You Do...
Just when I started getting excited for summer, the CDC shared some pretty disturbing news: According to a study released last week, "young adults" (men and women ages 18 to 29) don't always practice safe sunning.