Seattle, United States, Scott Pruitt Scott discussed on Stephanie Miller

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Scott pruitt scott's tippy top it's tippy top upa they are on the environment don't you worry twenty nine minutes after the hour for our monday next this is alternative talk eleven fifty a m k k and w seattle and caviar q ninety eight point nine hd three seattle can you tell if this burger contains bacteria that could cause kidney failure listen can't you can't see it either there's only one way to tell if you cook meat and poultry to a bacteria killing temperature use a food thermometer it's not an extra step or a nice to have raw or undercooked meat may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse one in six americans will get sick from food poisoning this year and roughly three thousand will die but you can keep your family safer by using a food thermometer everytime learn more about this and other important information check your steps at foodsafety dot gov that's foodsafety dot gov a public service announcement brought to you by the us department of agriculture the us department of health and human services and the ad council alcohol poisoning is caused by binge drinking large quantities of alcohol in a short period of time very high levels of alcohol in the body can shut down critical areas of the brain that control breathing heart rate and body temperature resulting in death alcohol poisoning deaths affect people of all ages but are most common among middle aged adults in the united states in average of six people die every day from alcohol poisoning most of the deaths are among men states and communities can support proven programs and policies to prevent binge drinking healthcare providers can screen all adult patients for binge drinking and counsel those who do to drink less don't binge drink if you choose to drink do so in moderation up to one drink a day for women or two drinks a day for men to learn more visit cdc dot gov slash vitalsigns.

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