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"salmonella" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:37 min | 2 months ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Welcome back to Turkey explained. My insulin friend Ron is regrettably still here. Thanks crams. Let's actually just kick it back to Bernice to hear how this is all okay. I have to say that that was one of the most surprising things that I learned in the process of putting this story together was that it's totally legal, perfectly acceptable by our regulations to sell chicken, poultry, meat with salmonella on it. It's acceptable? Apparently, according to our laws, it is perfectly acceptable, fully legal to sell 7 elit tainted meat and poultry. So you could go to your grocery store right now, pick up a package of chicken, and it could have salmonella in it. It may not, but it could, and that's fine. How do we get there? There's a little wok back in history, but essentially the first laws that really contemplated food safety were introduced back in 1906. A good year. This is right after the writer Upton Sinclair publishes his book the jungle that looks at how terrible the meat processing plants are for workers. If we are the greatest nation the sun ever shun upon, it would seem to be mainly because we have been able to goad our wage earners to this pitch of frenzy. But in the process he describes how pretty disgusting the meat processing is back in those days. This is no fairytale story and no joke. The meat will be shoveled into carts. And the man who did the shoveling will not trouble to lift out a rat. Even when he saw one. And so it unleashed this demand for cleaner, safer, not rotten meat to be sold to the public. And from there, it required the USDA to inspect every single piece of meat that goes out to the public. There were inspectors and every meat packing plant to make sure that the meat wasn't rotten or diseased, it gets that little USDA seal of approval. But that law back in 1906 didn't contemplate pathogens, foodborne pathogens, like salmonella. Salmonella had been discovered couple decades before, but it wasn't really associated with foodborne illness and making people sick just yet. So salmonella wasn't even something that was part of the law or part of something that the government was trying to prevent until about the 1980s, 1990s. My golden years. What happened then? Well, in 1993, there was the really horrific Jack in the box, hamburger outbreak, involving E. coli. More than 150 people have become ill after eating tainted hamburger meat at Jack in the box restaurants in Idaho in Washington state, one child has died. Where a number of children died after eating E. coli tainted hamburger. And that really obviously shook people to their core and made food safety officials really reconsider what should be done when it comes to the safety of meat and poultry. So as a result of that in 1994, they introduced a new approach to E. coli, which is that they said that you can not sell hamburger meat that has E. coli in it. We moved aggressively to step up inspections, and we proposed new regulations to use high-tech devices to really check the meat or its purity. So they began to.

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"salmonella" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:51 min | 2 months ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Can they just like issue a recall to get all this tainted chicken at a supermarket? How does it work? Well, you might think that they would be able to do that, but they can't. So the CDC doesn't have any regulatory powers at all. It can't tell anybody to do anything. It can make suggestions. The USDA, they actually don't have legal authority to order a recall. They have to request that the company issue a voluntary recall. But they can only really do that when they have almost like smoking gun evidence. They are often looking for somebody who got sick who has an unopened package of that in this case chicken in their freezer refrigerator. They'll take that, they'll test it and if it matches and it's the same strain of salmonella as the one that made the person sick, then they will request that the recall happen. And so that's what happened with this in fantasy outbreak. They didn't have the unopened package of chicken to test. To request the recall. So because it was in 76 different plants they knew that from testing. That the government itself had done. They knew that that strain was in 76 different plants. But they couldn't stop it from being sold, and they couldn't pull it back. So does that mean a bunch of people just get sick? That's essentially what happened with the infantis outbreak is that this strain was out, you know, in grocery stores across the country, but no ability to really take any action. The new consumer alert tonight, the CDC is now warning about a drug resistant strain of salmonella found in raw chicken. The CDC after a while said that they had essentially learned everything that they could have learned from doing the investigation, so they closed the investigation and in the investigation noticed they say this is a strain of salmonella that is still widespread in the chicken industry, and that other people could get sick as a result. And they leave it at that. Does that announcement make any waves? I think it's a big question how much those messages really reach the average consumer. It's certainly was not on the radar of a man named Arthur Sutton and his partner marvel lamping when they went out for Arthur's birthday back in 2019. They went to their favorite Mexican restaurant in town, they are from Oregon. And they go to the same restaurant every year for their birthdays. El rodeo restaurant and bend. They followed that same ritual and they went and had their usual meal there, and then unfortunately that night, Arthur got incredibly ill, and eventually had to go to the hospital. Sutton made two trips to the St. Charles emergency room in late July, where he was treated for nausea and vomiting. Because therefore, 16 days, battling, it turned out a really severe form of salmonella infantis. You know, we read through more than 2000 pages of medical records on what happened to Arthur Sutton at the hospital. And I have to say, it was a really horrific experience that he had in battling this salmonella. The salmonella entered into his bloodstream and he basically had salmonella poisoning in his blood. And it then started to reach all the other parts of his organs. He had tears and holes and leaks in his intestines. It created severe liver damage. He underwent more than a half dozen surgeries and he unfortunately was taken off life support after 16 days in the hospital and died. Do we know that it was this particular strain of salmonella that killed him salmonella in fantasy? We do for a couple of reasons in the medical records that identify salmonella and fantastic. The other thing that we did was that we were able to look at the exact genetic information of his salmonella sample that he gave that was tested and it was very genetically similar to the salmonella infantis. Outbreaks strain. So it seems very closely related to the outbreak cases. Do you think he might have survived if doctors knew sooner about the infection? I think certainly if doctors had known that it was this salmonella infantis, they could have gone and looked up all the various types of antibiotic biotics that it's resistant to. And it could have informed the way that they treated him. Because what ended up happening was because they didn't know what type of salmonella it was at first, they were treating it with the types of antibiotics that they thought should work. When it didn't work, it was just a complete puzzlement to the doctors. And so, I mean, it's impossible to predict, but I'm sure the doctors wanted to be able to throw everything they could at the salmonella in order to try to save Arthur's life. And they weren't able to do that. They didn't have that full complement of information at that time. And this particular variety of salmonella that he had salmonella in fantastic. It's still out there. That's right. This head of the CDC, foodborne division, basically told us that this is a ongoing outbreak, and they believe people are still getting sick. They've just handed me a card here that says there's more with Bernice after this breaks. This podcast is supported by AT&T active armor. Cooking between meetings, helping with homework, or walking the dog. Work from home is distracting already. And when you finally get down to work and focus, the phone rings. And it's a fraud call. Don't let fraud calls disrupt your flow. AT&T makes your security a top priority, helping block fraud calls with AT&T active armor. It's not complicated. AT&T active armor, 24 7 proactive network security, fraud call blocking, and spam notifications to help stop threats. At no extra charge. Compatible device and service required. Visit ATT dot com slash active armor for details. When it comes to your finances, wouldn't it be nice to have a little extra help? 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"salmonella" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Today, Explained

"To Turkey, explained. I'm your host, grandma, Chamberlain. I'm the show today in preparation for our Thanksgiving feast this week. We're cooking up a classic the Thanksgiving turducken. That's right, folks. We're talking about a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck stuffed into a deep bone, Turkey. A cornerstone of aviary excess. What could go wrong? Grandma, Chamberlain? Let's get started with your ingredients. Grandma Chamberlain. Who's there? It's me, Sean Rama's firm. Ron? No, Sean. Oh, Sean. I'm doing a show. Dragon later. Well, actually, it's about the show, you know? You know how you said, what could go wrong? No. It's the Thanksgiving show. Right, yeah. It turns out something could go wrong ProPublica just did this big investigation and found out that America's food, safety system failed to stop a salmonella epidemic. Salmon? What? And it still making people sick. No one's getting sick on the show today, run. Yeah, yeah. So let's go to Bernice yearn from ProPublica. She's one of the investigations co authors. I was a young ones, you know. I bet. But this particular story starts just a couple of years ago though. In 2018, there was an outbreak with raw chicken products. The source of the contamination hasn't been identified. It's so widespread. There's no one named the chicken is sold under. It ended up making a 129 people sick. A couple dozen people were sent to the hospital and even one person died as a result of contact with chicken. I made chicken fajitas last night. I know. As long as you wash your hands. There's 2500 strains of salmonella and not all of them actually make you sick. But this particular strain known as salmonella infantis was concerning to public health officials because it's multidrug resistant. Resistant to several of the antibiotics normally used to treat the infection. Most of the common antibiotics would not work against this particular bug. The more we dug into this particular outbreak, we learned how unusual it was. It was all over the country. It was in 76 different poultry plants, and it was unclear where the source of the 7 L infantis was originating from. But obviously, there's testing going on at these chicken farms, right? People are employed to make sure that salmonella isn't spreading. There are some companies that do that type of testing on the farm, but it's not required. It's not required. No, there isn't any government oversight of the farms when it comes to food safety for humans. When it comes to food safety,.

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"salmonella" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"salmonella" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Again from the ProPublica report when people fall ill the USDA can only request that a company voluntarily recall its products But to even do that for salmonella regulators face a high bar they're expected to try to find a patient with an unopened package of meat The test positive for the same strain And of course by the time somebody gets sick and goes to the hospital they say well do you have this in your house Well yeah I cooked it for dinner I mean that's what I ate So it's not an unopened package All these weird rules thanks to food lobbyists They go on to note in 1999 a Texas meat processor challenged this is where I began Challenge the USDA's authority to close plants Arguing that salmonella appears naturally in raw meat Two years later the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals agreed that Congress hadn't given the agency the power to regulate salmonella that's present before products enter processing plants or to deem a facility unsanitary based on that bacteria alone That decision was called supreme beef processors V USDA Quote the court rulings severely clipped the USDA's powers Today food poisoning seconds roughly one in 6 Americans every year Because big food got to the politicians and the courts before you and I did Each year about 1.35 million Americans get sick from salmonella More than 400 people die every year in 26,500 people are hospitalized from this one bacteria It's transmitted mostly by chicken Long-term conditions including severe arthritis and irritable bowel syndrome are often the consequence of having been infected with this bacteria even if you nuke it Salmonella they say cost the economy and estimated 4.1 $1 billion a year Now at this point you must say wow this must be a terrible problem I wonder how the rest of the world is dealing with us Well the rest of the world is not dealing with it In Europe they test meet four salmonella and meet and processing plants that are salmonella.

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US salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens more than 650

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

US salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens more than 650

"A salmonella outbreak tied to onions has sickened hundreds of people in thirty seven states the outbreak has been traced to hold red white and yellow onions imported from Chihuahua Mexico and distributed throughout the U. S. by pro source Inc says the CDC nobody's died more than a hundred people have been hospitalized the largest numbers of cases were in Texas and Oklahoma best advice don't buy or eat whole fresh red white or yellow onions imported from Cherwell while and distributed by pro source and if you've got any whole red white or yellow onions that don't have a sticker or packaging toss them I'm ready to fall lay

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USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry

"Federal health officials are rethinking their approach to controlling salmonella in poultry plants in the hope of reducing the number of illnesses the USDA says all levels of salmonella contamination found in poultry plants in recent years has been reduced that has not translated into a significant reduction in the estimated one point three million salmonella illnesses reported each year so the agency wants to set up pilot projects that focus more on the strains of salmonella that cause the most illnesses they're also looking at steps farmers can take to reduce the bacteria out before chickens and turkeys are slaughtered like using more vaccinations adding probiotics to feed and doing more to ensure that birds bedding food and water remains clean I'm Shelley Adler

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Some Hostess Hot Dog and Hamburger Buns Recalled

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Some Hostess Hot Dog and Hamburger Buns Recalled

"Some hot dog and hamburger buns are being recalled some hostess, hamburger and hot dog buns are being recalled due to concerns over possible listeria and salmonella contamination. Hostess says it became aware of the potential contamination from its co manufacturer. Best Harvest bakeries. The affected buns have best by dates that run through September 30th. That's raised concerns that consumers may have recalled buns in their homes. They are only hostess products involved. Hostess says they were sold to distributors as well as convenience stores and other retailers throughout the country. Matt

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Free Samples Are Back, But With Safety in Mind

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Free Samples Are Back, But With Safety in Mind

"It's another sign of rebound from the pandemic free samples are back at supermarkets customers are again trying bite size pieces of food with safety in mind to try one thank you stores like Costco are feeling confident enough to bring back free samples Christian cruises with still entered supermarket in New York triple pack plexiglass on the demo stable because you know some people are still in a little under the fan site shopper Diane Lucas loves free samples simply because you get to taste what you're purchasing before you purchase did you miss it I absolutely did salmonella had no problem removing his mask and trying something new I use common sense in view the standard the standard looks like it's set up properly then I I feel safe Walmart Sam's club and target have returned to a very limited supply of pre sealed samples I'm a Donahue

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"salmonella" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"salmonella" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Salmonella, Campylobacter and Terra Caucus, or E. Coli. Fracking has been linked to higher heart attack rates in nearby communities. Study in the journal Environmental Research finds that heart attack rates were significantly higher. In Pennsylvania towns were fracking occurs compared to towns in New York just a few miles away, where fracking has been banned for more than 10 years. Researchers say air pollution that results from the fracking process is likely to blame. More people are working the graveyard shift, and that means more people suffering from what's called shift work sleep disorder. That's a chronic condition that disrupts the sleep of people who work overnights. A new study in the journal Sleep Science finds that people with shift work sleep disorder are 300% more likely to be involved in a car crash than people who work during the day, while other disorders like sleep apnea and insomnia, increased the crash risk by about 30%. Here's another way to cut your cancer risk. Eat more mushrooms, says study in the journal. Advances in nutrition finds that people who eat 18 G of mushrooms every day have a 45% lower risk of cancer compared to people who don't eat mushrooms at all. Scientists say mushrooms are especially high in Ergo, signing a powerful antioxidant. And finally can cannabis relief. Chronic itch. Doctors reporting in the journal JAMA Dermatology think it's possible. They relate the case of a woman in her sixties with the 10 year history of chronic unrelenting itching, which no treatment could help. Doctors finally tried using medical marijuana and in either smoked or liquid form. It provided nearly instantaneous relief on.

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Don't Kiss Your Chickens, The CDC Says In A Salmonella Warning

WSB programming

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Don't Kiss Your Chickens, The CDC Says In A Salmonella Warning

Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

"There's been another pet food recall, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula Me L mix brand cat food sold at Wal Mart Stores in eight states is being recalled because it might be contaminated with salmonella £30 bags of mail mix original choice. Dry cat food are involved in the recall. They were shipped to 1100 Wal Mart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Wild Songbirds In Washington

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Wild Songbirds In Washington

"Outbreak linked to wild songbirds and bird feeders has infected 19 people in eight states, including six here in Washington. Salmonella bacteria can spread from birds to pets and humans to prevent infection. The CDC recommends cleaning bird feeders and birdbaths once a week. People are also advised against feeding wild birds with their bare hands.

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Pet food sold nationwide recalled due to salmonella risk

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Pet food sold nationwide recalled due to salmonella risk

"Pet food recall the same company, in fact, that a few months back had dozens of its products potentially linked to the deaths of more than 70 dogs. Now recalling selected dog and cat food that may be contaminated with salmonella. Evansville, Indiana based Midwestern Pet Foods is recalling numerous affected products distributed nationwide. Nutter brand names including Canine X, Earth born holistic venture, pro Back Sport Mix and Meridian. It notes that no human or pet illnesses related to these products have been reported.

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Creating a Chickenless-Egg With Clara Foods' Arturo Elizondo

Smart Kitchen Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Creating a Chickenless-Egg With Clara Foods' Arturo Elizondo

"The idea was always on eggs. That sounds like in. So what was the year mind. How you conceived of it. Was it something where you actually create eggs to the point where people can make a like a restaurant style egg sandwiches or was emerges as a b. two b. ingredient to kind of provide some Like outing as red processors make bread. What was idea we wanted to create so the number one of dr for us was how do we we ultimately one to clara exist you to enable the shutdown of last factory farm on earth. We want to accelerate the transition animal free protein. And so how do we do that as quickly as possible. And with the large scale possible and for us the eg was this product that was both very simple and incredibly complex. Simple in that. There are no cells in eggs. It's literally accommodation proteins. Fats and water and so from a molecular point. It was relatively simple. What most people don't realize the complexity of the egg wise in its proteins were all the binding gelling foaming aeration all those properties that make an egg so dispensable a fun fact that on your the the all all the fold a master chefs had. There's one hundred of them. And that's supposed to represent the one hundred different ways to connect with lloyd's and so we went after the egg. Mark the asked because we knew that we saw the we could have sold in pops the grocery store it makes it very difficult for anyone wanting to say eat a diet that eg free is very difficult because ingredient in almost half of ochsner grocery store and so we knew that this is a way to make massive impacts and two is. There was a massive opportunity here because so many companies rely on even when prices doubled or tripled with avian flu salmonella. All of the reasons. Why companies don't wanna use eggs. There's still a massive demand for that and so we knew that it was very sticky product. That was very hard to replace and it was hard to replace because it had properties of nothing else did and those properties came directly from the proteins themselves in so we decided to build out of technology platform. I focusing exclusively on making animal making animal proteins starting with with with egg proteins. And so. let's let's kinda give a quick five year history of the development of the product right so came out of any bio in two thousand fifteen. You got an investment. And i know that in two thousand nine you got bigger a pretty big investment. You partnered up with an on. Which are we'd investor. So and i think you release your very first product in two thousand twenty. So i kinda high level but kind of talk about that pollution towards the first product you want. So we've been. We've been very very i think for i think in terms of the companies that space. We've really kept a very low profile. Had down really another day. We knew that the only way to have a massive impact on the food system is to make accessible to everyone everyone in the world. Not just for the for the san francisco where i live or the new yorkers but really that we can make it that that this product that that people all the special in developing countries have access to and so we knew that we had to crack the code and pushes acknowledged to its limits so although been skilled before pushing biology in terms of how efficiently can we get yeast and microbes to produce. Real animal. protein was very difficult technology. Technological

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"salmonella" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Folks who are working in this industry don't want to spend a lot of money and time testing for very individual things when there's not a regulatory or even a specific public health reason to do that So i think giving them a target approach giving the material that can help mitigate and prevent on the bigger scale with their risk assessments and environmental control testing and that kind of thing is a much more efficient. I think an effective use. And that's that's the approach right now taken by the regulatory piece. Oh my goodness because nobody wants to spend fifty dollars for a box of macaroni and cheese. All you that unless it's really good so for our listeners. Today what can they do to prevent the persistence and spread of salmonella in their plants and the retail stores on the farm. What advice do you have to give them. I have to take that one to you looking at me Yeah you know. I think the big pieces when you're testing s but in the industry when you're testing you look at how your testing where you're testing where you're sampling. Think about where this could come from. You know salmonella knowing that it is on the radar for every regulator. It's going to be on the radar for inspections think about where this could persist given its biology given the fact that it's resistant to things like he and freezing do your checks intelligently and think about That piece you know. And then from the home angle. If you're just a home think about you know. Make sure you chill and separate your meets all the basic food safety tips but you know. Wash your hands after you've touched something wrong and that doesn't have to just be meet. It can be like. I said it can be flower. Can be anything that wouldn't normally be consumed in a roth state in your kitchen. So just really be vigilant about that. And keep things separate. Don't let yourself cross contaminate use a different cutting board. Don't taste the meatloaf when it's raw kind of way. The tempting cookie dove buchanan. So that's from my side and justice. If you had anything to add absolutely right now is such a tremendous opportunity for awareness and really promoting food safety culture at all angles. You know as a food and beverage a person in the industry. Just what can i do to help. Make the world more aware consumers more aware in also helped promote good practices because oftentimes. You know you don't know what you don't know an any opportunity to help and make it a better place You know that's an opportunity for us all to be safer and healthier. I also i had one more. Psa about that as well. And i meant to add this around pet food. It's an area that. I don't think it's talked about a lot. But a lot of people have cats and dogs And you see. Some people will feed their has dogs raw pet food which. Psa is probably not a good idea but when you handle pet food a lot of pet food contaminated with salmonella and you can touch those services if.

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"salmonella" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"So what factors do you attribute most to contamination with this organism. Serb one thing that jumps out more than any others you know. I think kind of circling back to justice saying that we take the scientific approach. You know something that we probably to underscore is. Salmonella is a genus. its well established. It's ubiquitous bug. it's everywhere so it's hard to kind of pinpoint you know their specific things that create this problem There are lots of different things that can create the problem Salmonella itself biologically is a big part of this You know it has all the attractive features of good resilient bug. It's gram negative facultative anaerobic. Obe just kind of wholesome stable bug that every bacteria wants to take home to its parents so the problem is when you know you're trying to address this know microbiological speak it just means it's a hardy beast and it's really hard to eradicate in the environment. It's it exists in digestive tracts of all sorts of animals so from insects to cows. Two chickens like justice mentioned And humans and so part of that is that it's stablishment it's everywhere You know it's also been around for a really long time kind of a cool historical segue here. We all like to learn history fax science. Mike it's they've been around for thousands of years. The evolutionary record can really kind of give us indication and I don't think it wasn't characterized until the eighteen eighty s But we you know. There's a lot of speculative instances and historical record that this thing could have been around. You know in ancient greece There's some speculation that could have been part of the great athens plague after the paul peninsula. War I think prince albert there was speculation at one point that you know. Victoria's husband that he. He got sick with manila. So it's kind of cool when you think abou- where these conform historical spectrum. Yeah and so. I know it justice. I think you had a funny story. I did so in high school. I was studying the tale of two cities. Because that's what you do. And we had a very open minded professor and she allowed us to make create a projects and one team actually did a incident that the molds in bread was actually causing to some neuro functionality and displacement among the petit the next french revolutionaries so You just never know what these foodborne pathogens will incite you to do. Potentially it's crazy. I'm curious i'm curious Whether any of your student colleagues then went on to become food microbiologists after that project. The untrusting right..

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Salmonella outbreak linked to peaches expands to 12 states

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Salmonella outbreak linked to peaches expands to 12 states

"Control has expanded a peach recall to include loose peaches and peach products after dozens of people got sick and 12 states from salmonella poisoning. The agency confirmed. 78 reported cases 23 hospitalizations, the peaches were shipped to retailers in more than 30 states by the California based company, Prima Wawona.

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HelloFresh recalls meal kits with onions tied to salmonella outbreak

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

HelloFresh recalls meal kits with onions tied to salmonella outbreak

"Has announced that food delivery service hello fresh has recalled onions in its meal kits due to a potential salmonella contamination. Hello. Fresh said it was informed by one of its ingredients suppliers that it's conducting a voluntary recall of onions due to the potential presence of salmonella and encourage customers to discard all onions received through July 31st. That's recall notice. Hello. Fresh noted that cooking the onions thoroughly at 165 degrees will kill the salmonella bacteria. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there have been 869 cases of salmonella related to the recalled onions and that 116 people have been hospitalized. Last week Spokane produce We called various cells the products made from onions related to the outbreak, the CDC advises. If you have any onions in question, you should throw them away. You're listening to use

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Recall expands for onions linked to Salmonella outbreak

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Recall expands for onions linked to Salmonella outbreak

"News, the nationwide salmonella outbreak and onions just got bigger. Your CBS news correspondent Maria Garcia. Salmonella tainted onions are traced to Thompson International out of Bakersfield, California They've recalled all red, white, yellow and sweet yellow onions because of increased salmonella cases and hospitalizations. Newly added to the list of recalled products because they may contain the tainted onions are Murray's and Holtzberg cheese dips and their Delhi brand sold at Kroger for admire fries and Smith stores around the

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Onions in meal delivery service recalled for salmonella

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Onions in meal delivery service recalled for salmonella

"Outbreak and onions just Got bigger. CBS news correspondent Maria Garcia the salmonella tainted onions are traced to Thompson International out of Bakersfield, California They've recalled all red, white, yellow and sweet yellow onions because of increased salmonella cases and hospitalizations. Newly added to the list of recalled products because they may contain the tainted onions are Murray's and Holtzberg cheese dips and their Delhi brand sold at Kroger for admire fries and Smith stores around the country. We've got more info

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Salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens nearly 900 in 47 states

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens nearly 900 in 47 states

"Salmonella outbreak has been linked to re called Onion sold nationwide. CBS News correspondent Maria Garcia has more the salmonella tainted onions are traced to Thompson International out of Bakersfield, California They've recalled all red white yellow. And sweet yellow onions because of increased salmonella cases and hospitalizations, newly added to the list of recalled products because they may contain the tainted onions are Murray's and Holtzberg cheese dips and their Delhi brand sold at Kroger for admire fries and Smith stores around the country More on the home page of w t o p dot com.

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FDA Recalls Potatoes, Limes, Oranges and Lemons From FRESHOUSE II, LLC Because of Possible Health Risk

WGN Nightside

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Recalls Potatoes, Limes, Oranges and Lemons From FRESHOUSE II, LLC Because of Possible Health Risk

"About a dangerous bacteria and foods and at least five states tonight, the FDA is recalling at least four fruits and vegetables from Fresh House LLC because of possible listeria contamination. Affects the company's lemons, limes, oranges and potatoes. Right now, the government says they affected foods or north and South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. It is the second major full food recall this month. Red onions have been linked to a salmonella outbreak and dozens of illnesses in 43 states.

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Red onion recall: Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to hundreds of people sickened in 31 states

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Red onion recall: Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to hundreds of people sickened in 31 states

"The FDA is blaming red onions from a company in California for an outbreak of salmonella that sickened nearly 400 people, the agency said. The infections in 31 states I've been traced to Thompson International in Bakersfield, California, The company is recalling all of their onions, red, white, yellow and sweet. The FDA said that if consumers retailers are restaurants are unable to tell if they're onions air from Thompson International, they should throw the produce out. The Public Health Agency of Canada is also investigating a salmonella outbreak that has a similar genetic fingerprint to the one in the U. S. Of the 369 reported illnesses. 59 people were hospitalized. There have been no death so far linked to the outbreak. California had the most cases at 49 followed by Montana at 33 Michigan at 23

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Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to 43 states

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to 43 states

"And at least 25 cases in Washington state or tied to a nationwide salmonella outbreak, which is sick and hundreds of people across 43 states. Vestige haters say the illness is connected to onion sold under a variety of names and either carton or mesh sex ranging from 2 to £50. The onions, which worshipped beginning on May 1st have been recalled by the manufacturer. At least 10 of the salmonella cases in our state have been reported in King County. The rest of the cases are spread across several other

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Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to 43 states

Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to 43 states

"Despite a nationwide recall onions tainted with salmonella are apparently still in circulation. The CDC says Nearly 250 additional illnesses were reported this week as grocery stores and food manufacturers recall onions and and food food containing containing onions. onions. The The onions onions from from Thompson Thompson International International have have sickened sickened more more than than 650 650 people people in in 43 43 states. states. More than 80 people have been

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"salmonella" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:16 min | 1 year ago

"salmonella" Discussed on AP News

"Federal health officials say an outbreak of salmonella infecting nearly 400 people in more than 30 states has been linked to red onions the FDA says the California company Thompson international will be re calling all varieties of onions that could have come in contact with potentially contaminated red onions because of the risk of cross contamination that means white yellow and sweet onions are included in the red onion recall the salmonella was so bad the FDA says nearly 60 people ended up in the hospital Canada is also investigating an outbreak closely related to the US one signs of salmonella infection include diarrhea fever and stomach cramps between 6:00 hours and 6 days after exposure according to the CDC they're urging people to contact a doctor I'm Julie Walker

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"salmonella" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"salmonella" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Look on the website of whatever box you're buying to see if published test results and it will tell you exactly how many cycles it's gonna take to kill certain germs like salmonella E. coli no one really is publishing anything about coronavirus yet because those tests are still inconclusive and he said the end of the day if you want a cheap solution you're better off just wiping your phone down with a seventy percent alcohol wipe or Clorox wipe which is approved by apple Hey I read I like the cheap method that's me all right now let's talk about the best sunrises and the best sunsets and I put in of course Glendora where I live and I'm looking at it right now and this app tells me that sunrise this morning is in eleven minutes from now and it's only going to be twenty five percent the my chances of seeing it are poor not a very good sunrise this is an app called Helio H. E. L. I. O. it's brand new on the app store and it's very simple it just tells you if the sunrise or the sunset is going to be awesome and what percentage of awesome that is so like you said you can see about before the sun comes up it'll tell you some rice and then after the sun comes up it'll give you the sunset forecast and it's kind of funny because I find myself sometimes I'm just out in the backyard grilling or something and I'm like wow that was a really good sunset tonight and other nights you're just like where was the sunset so this kind of give you a heads up I think it's something that photographers have used for a long time to sort of get those amazing pictures but this is just kind of an everyday thing the one thing I do hope they add soon they say they're going to is a notification so I don't have to check this app every day I'll just get a notification each afternoon saying Hey you probably want to tune in this is a seventy five percent sunset like this is gonna be awesome all that would be great if they would do that yet because I just find myself doing it in the evenings but also at that they're a lot of people who are working at home right now we'll probably look at a sense that as another and do it you know yet another kind of odd day in their lives of course but in good sunrise is nice to you know we're up early and I mean the sunrise most days but I definitely run outside of this thing sent me a text that said Hey there's gonna be a ninety percent sunrise yeah let me see that exactly let me out of the news closet that I'm in here and let me see something like that our average thank you for my closet because I'm broadcasting from home all right now you know how I feel every day yes right rich have a great when it's always fun talking with you will do it again next week thanks Jennifer eight C. later that's K. delays rich tomorrow you can find them at rich on tech all over social media and his website is rich on tech dot TV all right we come back we're gonna talk a little business buzz with CNBC's Jane wells everything from Groupon to home sales to Amazon offering some employees a device to make sure that they can social distance when they're working in those Amazon facilities and a little louder lights and sirens kind of thing if you well we'll explain right now hopefully no lights and sirens although we do have a trouble spot the five robin well some of the new hall pass it says somebody that comes out there five north out of the fourteen I'm not a huge delay but a concept truck is.

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"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"So But again you can think about is how common or backyard blocks in general so. Yeah they're the. CDC We now of all the places that I've had illnesses from backyard chickens this past year and I think we're up to forty nine out of fifty states. It's not every single allstate The spirit had elicits from backyard chickens. And there's a lot of variation but stayed in size Vermont as a small state and inspector chickens are really common here. They're not going to necessarily equally common and all the states. That would be fascinating Davis. He gets but it would be really really complicated to uh-huh actually doing comparisons. That would be a tough thing to As you say. Make sure you're doing it. Apples to apples absorb and not apples to oranges. Comparison between the different parts of the country when it comes to How folks are doing and avoiding Salmonella contamination in in there by the way? Let's back up a bit and ask a little bit about Salmonella in itself. Is it a virus or bacterium or what is it. It's an extra ram it's actually tweeting fairly closely related to E coli okay. I'm like close living here. God it's not like the equally can get some eating bobby's And and it's it. It is Is Short lived long. Lived in will it survive for quite a while on the surface of a cutting board for instance. There have been some studies. It depends on the surface some salmonella survive longer than others It can survive for days to maybe weeks weeks depending but the bigger threat is Back your inform like a colony covered it in essentially fine and the right circumstances it's called a biofilm and that is really really difficult to get rid of Industry history basically if you get a biofilm in a piece of equipment you're GonNa take that piece of equipment and get rid of it biofilm. The risk is the agrarian biofilm. The're drain your bio on your cutting board potentially especially if you're not claiming it off right away you let it Qleyle let me ask you. This are people if people WANNA have Fresh eggs they like the the the stiffer yellower yolks folks and they like the flavor and and they think that they are superior in nutrition nor taste or whatever Are People Smarter to try to try to do this in their own backyards backyard or are they better off going to local organic farmer. WHO has a little more of a specialty in this field question Russian so again without having date on someone ele? I don't actually know the answer to that is something I would really love to answer. I I I actually think that. That's the key question for for our listeners. And just general consumer out there who are thinking about you know they like eggs And they like the I listen I've had. I've had the the fresh eggs versus the supermarket. Eggs in fresh eggs are just you know they make great omelet they they stand up really well L. and and they're just they're fantastic compared to and supermarket eggs. I don't mean to kind of down because they were okay item on a routine basis. But it's a different thing and and nine sorta like I don't know any number of other things. Were were for monitors love their fresh local produce and stuff. You know it's a it's a great thing the but the question then becomes an another issue. Actually is the economics I think about because of chicken feed is not achieve. When you go over to your your local Guay attractive supply or whatever to buy a bag of chicken feed that that's A? That's a budget item. It can be a lot of people we saw with either chickens Make sure things. It was really common to give them gardens scrap And so that's one way you can cut down your food costs or have them be more free range range. Yup You can get on the Cadillac of chicken food or whatever but you don't have to. They're going to be pretty content scratching in India. And then of course if you really WANNA raise you know quality meat If you're doing meat birds you gotta care about what's in the chickenfeed you do. And and that's that's a key consideration as well so that kind of a little bit of a different thing than that haired chicken eggs I think. Yep Straightforward Yeah. I suppose you're right. I mean I would with a with. Well actually let me ask about that. Do eggs vary three. According to what the chickens are eating very much I'm sure there's an effect but I mean that's why people like free range. Ah from the grocery store rather than one from commercially rate chicken says interesting stuff I think. A lot of reminders remodels I bet you are listening. Carefully T. folks because this is This is something that people Either are doing or they're contemplating doing it or have to have experience earnings doing so. I wanted to ask you a couple of other questions of Melissa. You were It sounds like you're out there out there face to face or nose to beak or whatever with the UH it with with the flocks and was the absence of the Salmonella. Your most surprising finding was the most surprising living finding but we also found a lot of interesting data about knowledge and how people use their security practices. We stare chickens. I thought it was really fascinating. And did you find the level of knowledge fairly high We found that there there was a lot of people who would Uh Yeah who would either used home remedies or put down the bird if they were sick which was interesting and there was some other are practices like washing not refrigerating the your washing Amer for draining the AA or not doing Bo and and The the I remember doctor you were mentioning that rubber gloves key when handling chickens to When when you gathering eggs also you know one of your washing.

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Of them were pretty solid with that right. I mean we have awesome really beautiful coupes and we saw them. That were Not quite a suitable clean. Definitely I go. We didn't ask people how often they cleaned their kooks but that would've been an interesting thing to ask how long I'm sorry. How often unless you have a dozen egg egg birds How often should you clean? Your coop questioned everything once a year minimum but any time you bring a new bird you want cup bringing them and typically can't we bring in new birds you want to introduce them to clean Kooks so you said yeah. You don't really want well first of all you want to quarantine them for a few weeks to make sure they're not sick. Eddie Mathews things between each other and second void passing anything. Birds might have onto these guys especially. If you're starting completely over say you have a bunch of old birds and you decide. It's time to put them down and get a new flock. You WanNa make sure you're starting fresh for the little problem combination between the two slots as possible. I see okay so that that takes care. It's actually separate housing. It sounds for for the new on the block. Yeah Yeah I mean if ideal to keep them separate for a bit. Also if you're bringing in Schick Kielbasa full grown birds might WANNA wait until they're a little older. Make sure but ahead on them. That's that is a Certainly an issue with with chickens and that that as well as We haven't even touched on the other big issue that We ran into once or twice a others friends and neighbors had chickens which is wildlife getting in there and that's another threat that people need to be concerned with you. Don't WanNa you don't WanNa hear any Any weasels skunks in the middle of an eighteen year. Chicken Coop. Yeah we had a few times where we went to the farm and they told us they had like eight birds and by the time they had four because the there was a fog. Bob Cat or renewal or Fisher cat in some animals is it makes. I think we'll actually kill the entire flocking locking think they're gonna come back later or something. Yeah yeah a lot of stuff And so in in your when you're looking at the At the at Salmonella in general in in backyard chickens. Do you think that Vermont is about Where we are nationally or are we doing a little? Oh better than the national average including in trying to avoid salmonella or how do we stack up against other parts of the country question in. General seminal I like the warm climate.

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"And Hayao backyard walks chicken or increasingly common Vermont and across the United States and Along with that the number of outbreaks associated with live poultry also has increased with seventy outbreaks of Salmonellosis from backyard backyard chickens occurring since two thousand however few studies of assess the prevalence of s and Terry in backyard flocks the study of Maryland Maryland backyard flocks found no salmonella in thirty nine flocks. Another study in the Greater Boston. Urban area found Salmonella just two percent of flocks tested neither of these he studies investigated differences in rural and urban flock or whether the prevalence of Salmonella is different in heritage versus commercial breeds between June June and October. My two guests this morning Professor Editor and student Melissa decio enrolled two hundred thirty three chickens in two thousand eight farms across Vermont. They were a mixture of rural and urban chickens with housing ranging from free range to entirely fenced in yards. They found that Vermont has raised chickens for a variety of reasons including superior nutrition from homegrown eggs superior taste boy homegrown. Eggs are really really are something the different from your typical supermarket eggs. That is for sure And I it. Would you say when talking to people. That's the key reason Professor Editor on why Why folks are going? This route kief superior nutrition and the Superior Kate for the top two and you say perceived a I mean I guess this is. It's difficult to to measure taste. But what about nutrition Amino people can measure that and elaborate. Yeah Yeah you can play differences between in commercial and homegrown eggs But there is no evidence out there that really strong benefit from homegrown versus commercially. Absolutely and he and he said that in this study in which you enrolled in it that strikes me as kind of a funny verb there. It sounds like somebody's going to college or whatever but Two hundred thirty three chickens begins at twenty eight Different flocks across Vermont and and And you found no Salmonella in your study similar to the one in in Maryland with that looked thirty nine flocks. Wow and so this stuff's kind of elusive. But we know it's out there and and so you've that's why people need to really be careful here are you do you feel like When you got to God these results said wow no salmonella that gives you confidence that Vermont Vermont chicken keepers are doing a good job? Yeah I think overall. I was surprised that we didn't find. Any seminal aw I would have expected signed at least one chicken with Famine I would have been nice in terms of establishing actual percentage. So I mean really really all we can say is that less than five point. Five percent of chicken have some knowledge based on the results and Less than three percent of flocks have ele but we don't know what percentage is because we didn't find ways no with less than a certain benchmark but meanwhile the figures seem to indicate if you look at the human end of this equation Nineteen Vermont became became ill from Salmonella acquired from backyard chickens in this year in in in In Twenty nineteen matching the two thousand sixteen twenty eight average for Vermont And consequently the Dr Andrea Editor you folks are are. I mean. There's some luck involved here. Did you just sort of not not pick the right the right egg carton so to speak. Well there's a little bit of luck As well possibly so we were mostly getting lots around own BURLINGTON and start a lot Within a half hour radius of Burlington because after we would advertise most effectively. And when you when you went out to visit folks and look at their flocks Were you think were you saying. Basically good sanitary practices out there. That would tell you that. There's a reason we're not finding any Salmonella I'll unless that time in here. Melissa what what did you find out. They're it really depends. 'cause the farms the coops are so different between farm to farm practices for that particular. Coop might be a little bit different. A Little Lamar high maintenance than some of the other does on overall most.

"salmonella" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"The patient was admitted to the hospital with fever chills and disarray, salmonella enterividous was isolated from urine and blood cultures. Unquestioning the patient reported that she had consumed undercooked eggs bought directly from a farmer near her home two weeks after discharge the patient was seen in the outpatient clinic, she reported that a Parikh rash had developed. The patient had recurrent, fever, and chills and was readmitted to the hospital urine blood cultures obtained on admission yielded s enterividous the patient reported that she had not taken oral amoxicillin as recommended and that she had continued to eat eggs from the nearby farm. Recurrent, non-thai foible salmonella bacteria mea is an aids defining condition in this patient, the CD four count was one hundred ten per cubic millimetre HIV type one serologic testing was positive the documentation of HIV infection along with a low CD four count and recurrent salmonella infections is consistent with the diagnosis of aids. Heart and soul of metatarsal 's meaning and medicine up perspective article by Lisa Rosenbaum, a few months ago. Dr Rosenbaum was walking in central park and her ankle rolled out of her shoe. She slammed her foot down to regain her balance and fell to shooting pain a minute later her father called as he does every Sunday when Dr Rosenbaum described her pain, he said, you probably broke your fifth metatarsal. He was right Jones fracture the attending called out as he walked by. Can I ask you a few questions Dr Rosenbaum began, but the attending was gone everyone around Dr Rosenbaum had been assigned an algorithm, and she hit apparently come to the end of hers the following week and orthopedist ads Dr Rosenbaum to her busy schedule. The orthopedist explains why she recommends conservative management can I swim. Dr Rosenbaum asks explaining that her mental health depends on exercise. No, the orthopedist says you have a notoriously poor healing fracture. And then she and the resident are gone, Dr Rosenbaum knows that she has been similarly dismissive when patients don't seem to understand the importance of the rules..

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"salmonella" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Life dot com milk love. What's real? I let's talk about. About something else. Going on this week. There's a drug resistant salmonella that has hit a number of people across the country salmonella listeria E coli things that have set your system year. So when these people say, it's drug resistant. What is that was that mean, what are they tried? When drug-resistance means that when you take an antibiotic and try to cure yourself. It's the bug is not sensitive, and that obviously raises some medical concerns. So don't get alarmed because this is a story where if you know about you can protect yourself, and that's why bring it up and it's important. We know about this. This is out of the CDC this week that at least ninety two people in twenty nine states have been infected with a drug resistant, strain of salmonella and raw chicken products appear to be the culprit, Doug. The CDC thus far has not been able to identify a supplier responsible for the outbreak and it reaches from Hawaii to Maine the CDC says laboratory evidence shows raw chicken products from a variety of sources with contaminated with salmonella in infanticide. The CDC is not yet a vising consumers to stop eating chicken. But urges anyone does to make sure it is properly. Cooked croquettes crooked truant, drew well done anything fish meat chicken. Good temporary car can't all the way through until it's cooked coquette..

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"salmonella" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"Joe Joe WHO? Again, maybe we should talk about. Maybe we should say something like, you know, what it's the romaine lettuce. Vaccinate yourself. Like if it had something to do with food. Maybe people will be like. Okay. Well, actually, so what's what's interesting is you're more likely to get Salman opening from organic lettuce than non-organic lettuce. Let's get that GMO. And it has to do with the fertilizer because the best organic fertilizer is cow shit. Right. Yeah. E coli and salmonella more E coli and salmonella. But yeah. Yeah. Let's just so stay at home. And eat pizza. I don't know. But no that's just because I want to take a nap any pizza say higher on the WHO's list is climate change. Yeah. And a global influenza pandemic h one n one is reading we have had a school in the treasure valley closed. Yeah. No. I mean, it's a school district while it was all the schools in notice. Yeah. We're we're close Thursday. What someone I have a teacher friend on Facebook. Whatever, you know, I have friends sometimes, but she works for eagle, and she was saying that or no he's me, and she was saying that they should close down to because not one point like half half. If not more of her class was out. Oh, wow. With the flu. I have a flu. Beck seen. I I got vaccinated after I got swine fool, trickle this wine. Flu stay, I always have it. So I do not want to go through that. Again. That's sucked ass. I didn't get them when they weren't recommended for the journal population. Yeah. When I was I would watch closely, and if I was any population group where it was recommended. I would get it right now. It's recommend for everyone. Yeah. Granted I'm in the position working for a hospital that I can't go to work past. November first without flu shot. Yeah. Yeah. I would get it anyway, especially with the baby in the house and got two shots because she's a baby right? And but the H one in one global pandemic. Yeah. That is likely starting is could easily be not a pandemic. If more people got flu shots because every flu shots since the big h one n one outbreak in twenty ten right has included h one in one. Oh, gosh. Because that pandemic isn't done. It's still circulating. Take your heads out of your asses people's they're not listening. They're not listening program. No, they can't hear me. I would be I would suspect that our listeners have a much much higher flu shot at accident rates in the general population by at least an order magnitude. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And if you haven't got yet, you can see it's not too late. It's still worth it because. Yeah, the pandemic is a very real risk and easily preventable. The more people who don't get it. The fewer people at risk will. Right because they are people who are vulnerable and can't get it can't get back seen. So we need to help them by staying healthy. Oh, we got a thumbs up on that. Sweet. The US supreme court voted five to four to lift a lower court's preliminary injunction against Trump's trans military ban. All my gosh. Now, this isn't the total ban on trans people from serving in the military that trumpet announced by tweet. This is the actual policy which would allow servicemembers who have already started transitioning to continue that process and will continue to allow them to update their gender marker on the records. So they can stay in. They can say anything grandfather. Did right? So Alice will be able to continue serving out her career and not get thrown out literally a couple of years before being eligible for retirement. Okay. So that's good. But nobody knew can come in. But no one knew will be allowed in trans and anybody who hasn't already gotten the. Gender dis fauria diagnosis who is currently serving. We'll be allowed to get that diagnosis and start if they do go ahead and try and get the diagnosis than the lead after promise to not to continue to live and serve under their gender assigned at birth. Right. And if they or get discharged, right? I like. Like, I use says something about the president's tweet. And all I think of this like because that's how we officially announces everything over social media platform that is our president..

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"salmonella" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"salmonella" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Around practice square one short term solution is not the answer. All we wanna do is go back to work and do our jobs what we're getting paid to do. LAX officials say there were no operational impacts due to the government shutdown. Other airports across the nation reported increased number of TSA security screeners calling in sick. It's getting a little pricier to send things via snail mail. The US post office announced a slight increase in stamps, hiking. The price from fifty fifty five cents flat rate, boxes, envelopes, and some other shipping services are also going up in price. However, letters that way more than announce are getting cheaper. To send the United States is standing firm on supporting opposition leader, one Widodo as leader events. Walea? Brian shook has more Friday at the State Department secretary, Mike Pompeo announced that American diplomat. Elliot Abrams will lead the efforts to help that his Wailer restore democracy and prosperity to their country. Earlier this week Pompeo said the US government is prepared to dispatch more than twenty million dollars in humanitarian aid as soon as logistically possible. That's Brian shook reporting do not kiss or hug your pet hedgehogs. That's the warning from the centers for disease control and prevention who say salmonella outbreak affecting eight states is linked to contact with the small animals as of Wednesday. They outbreak has infected eleven people ten of whom reported making contact with a hedgehog in the week prior cases have been reported in Missouri. Minnesota colorado. Maine, Mississippi, Nebraska, Texas, and Wyoming. You're listening to the latest from NBC. Newsradio radio there be a second Brexit referendum. These are your world headlines from ABC news leading leave campaigner Nigel Faraj. Thanks, another people's vote is now possible, I personally think is a total failure of government that during two and a half years. We've got us over ready to leave would not fit and proper to do it seventy days and counting. Until Britain's supposed to be out of the e u a Canadian national and four other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital. This week have appeared in court. Prosecutors investigate them for suspected terror. Offenses Thailand's military is held its annual armed forces day parade is the country prepares for expected elections more than four years after soldiers overthrew any elected government at Prince Philip is recovering at the Sandringham estate after the SUV. He was driving rolled over in a collision with another vehicle. I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign desk. In London patches of warming. I'm.

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