Posts Tagged "salmonella"

Homemade Eggnog Can Kill Salmonella with Booze

Posted on Dec 20, 2012 in Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind

Be sure to listen to Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid Buttar and Robert Scott Bell as they discuss the article below in detail.   www.medicalrewind.com   Listen to the Monday, December 10th show. FIND OUT THE FACTS!!!       LISTEN TO MEDICAL REWIND!!!   Homemade Eggnog Can Kill Salmonella with Booze What could be more festive than a dozen raw eggs, a quart of rum and a pint of bourbon getting friendly in a pot in the fridge for six weeks? Conventional wisdom would suggest eggnog should bring about a spike in salmonella cases every December, but it doesn’t happen. Call it a holiday...

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Possible Salmonella Contamination Of Grape Tomatoes, Recall

Posted on May 7, 2011 in Uncategorized

Grape tomato grower, Six L’s has informed one of its clients, Taylor Farms Pacific Inc. of Tracy, California that a lot of grape tomatoes could be contaminated with Salmonella – Six L’s and Taylor Farms have recalled these tomatoes. Taylor Farms says that pre-packaged salads containing grape tomatoes may have been distributed to Albertsons, Savemart, Sam’s Club, Walmart and Raley’s. They have “use by” dates of early May and late April. Clients in the following states may have these products: Montana, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Washington, Oregon,...

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Oklahoma salmonella outbreak: investigations on to trace source

Posted on Oct 6, 2010 in Uncategorized

by Neka Sehgal Health officials monitoring the Oklahoma outbreak have identified a similar strain of salmonella in several Iowa and Nebraska residents. They are suspecting that all the illnesses might be part of a larger outbreak. The cause of the salmonella outbreak that has sickened fifteen in Oklahoma State in the month of September is still unknown. According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), 12 of the cases were reported from four Mustang schools in the Canadian Country, including two fresh cases identified Friday among elementary-age children. The cases include...

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Salmonella Successfully Fights Cancer

Posted on Sep 3, 2010 in Cancer

by Heather Mayer The salmonella bacterium might not be all that bad. That is, when it comes to cancerous tumors. A study published Wednesday in Science Translational Medicine reported that in mice, treating tumors with salmonella can induce an immune response that kills cancer cells. Researchers out of Italy studied the effects the bacteria had on tumors in mice, noting that the promising results could help scientists create an injection containing tumor-killing immune cells or even a vaccine against cancer. The researchers chose to test the effects of salmonella — the strain used to...

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Tainted ingredient sold after salmonella found

Posted on Mar 16, 2010 in Uncategorized

Mary Clare Jalonick Associated Press Writer Published: March 10, 2010 Updated: March 10, 2010 WASHINGTON (AP) – A government report says the company responsible for a sizable recall of processed foods continued to manufacture and distribute a flavor-enhancing ingredient for a month after tests confirmed it was made with contaminated equipment. Food and Drug Administration inspectors said that Las Vegas-based Basic Food Flavors, Inc., knew of salmonella contamination on its equipment after it got the results of a private inspection on Jan. 21. The federal officials said the company...

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