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Multi-state salmonella outbreak that sickened at least 41 people linked to recalled mushrooms
"Take a closer look at that package of mushrooms. Federal officials are warning of salmonella cases in at least 10 states linked to dried mushrooms from a Southern California company. The CDC says. More than 40 people have gotten sick and four have gone to the hospital. The suspected product is water mushrooms distributed by the wisp attack Asian foods.
Mushrooms linked to salmonella outbreaks in 10 states
"Federal officials are warning of salmonella cases in at least 10 states linked to dried mushrooms from a southern California company. More than 40 people have gotten sick and four have been hospitalized, the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. The product suspected in the outbreak is a wood ear mushrooms distributed by with Mattek, Asian Food's based near Los Angeles. The company has recalled all of its Shira Kiku brand imported mushrooms that were distributed to restaurants in six packs of £5 bags. So those who got sick ate at restaurants serving Rahman in three states.
CDC Issues Warning For Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Mushrooms
"Outbreak linked to produce, the CDC says at least 41 people in 10 states have gotten sick. This includes New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Following a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms. The mushrooms distributed by whiz medic Asian Foods in Santa Fe Springs, California We're sold on ly two restaurants and not directly to consumers. The company voluntarily recalled the mushrooms on Wednesday after they had been red flagged by California health officials.
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.
Peaches Sold At Aldi in New York and Philadelphia May Be Linked To Salmonella Outbreak in 9 States
"Target and all day are recalling peaches after a possible link to the salmonella outbreak. 68 people in nine states have been sickened, including people in New York, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. The CDC and the FDA have issued alerts that are currently investigating the multistate outbreak of salmonella and heard itis infections. Linked to
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
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
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
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.
Salmonella outbreak tied to onions sickens nearly 900 in 47 states
"Salmonella outbreak linked to recall the onions is now reported in 47 states, including Illinois. The FDA is analyzing samples collected at Thompson International of Bakersfield, California, The company has recalled all red, white, yellow and sweet yellow onions shipped to all 50 states and D. C between May and the first of this month. 869 cases are reported with more than 100 requiring hospitalizations.
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.
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
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
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
USDA warns against eating prepared meals with recalled onions
"The USDA has issued a public health alert warning against eating some prepared meals sold at Wal Mart, Kroger and other retailers that may contain onions tied to a salmonella. Outbreak. Nearly 400 people in 34 states have become ill. A list of recalled products is on our website at CBS news dot com slash recall
Salads sold at Walmart, Kroger, H-E-B with recalled onions included in new USDA public health alert
"Bloomberg's Tom Busby joining US live and one of the retailers that are being impacted by the expanded warning from federal health officials, Tom Well, this is scary News, A WalMart Kroger, the nation's biggest grosser KGB. That's a big change in Texas, some others. This is their, including in a new public health alert because they sell ready T chicken salads, breakfast bowls and other prepared meals that includes some California grown onions that have already been recalled due to salmonella contamination. So be careful what you
Health officials link US salmonella outbreak to red onions
"NewsRadio main appears to be the on ly New England state affected by an outbreak of salmonella poisoning traced back to red onions. It is already sickened nearly 400 people in 31 states. Federal health officials say the onions likely came from a company based in Bakersfield, California, the CDC urging anyone with symptoms of salmonella poisoning to contact their doctor
Health officials link US salmonella outbreak to red onions
"Of salmonella infecting nearly 400 people in more than 30 states has been linked to red onions. But the recall will include even Mohr than just that. 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
"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
"salmonella" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"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..
"salmonella" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The local voices who are using our product more and more getting into the act because they don't want to see the American family farmer. Go away, nor do I because I'm an American family farmer. But one of the ways it can be jeopardized is to continue to have these huge agribusinesses mess things up. The whole problem of salmonella in poultry that is with chickens with Turkey's the way they are produced and the way they are cleansed. There's an outbreak of salmonella all over the place. There always is a problem more salmonella than listeria or E coli with poultry and one of the things that you need to know is that the problem comes from large commercial operations often. These flocks are not. They are given literally sunshine the light of day. So they're probably not in good health to begin with. And so when they come to you if you're not washing them and cleaning them and cooking them, perhaps just boiling them, youngsters are more prone salmonella affects young people who have immune systems that are compromised and older folks who have a immune systems that are compromised. They are at risk if you don't have a strong immune system. Many members of the salmonella family capable of causing specific diseases, chickens and other domestic follow can harbor them without showing any signs of illness themselves. That's why you gotta cook this stuff put it in boiling water before you do anything else with it never served poultry never it is in cooked through and through live vice from the firemen food table here on the American family farmer Wheeler. From bedroo- called. We were over wanna tell us a little about that. Ben. Yeah. That was that's the. A true story there. Tell us the story. You know? Noory in Nashville last seven years. There's a young girl, and I was a girl that dating, and then we just had kind of a little thing. And you know, it was it was great while lasted, but it got a got a good song out of it. So that's all that matters. Sounds like Taylor swift. I didn't ask you though. So okay. That's good. All right. So I said I put out we've got about sixty seconds here to review where you think this is all going where is American farming going where do you think it's going where do you want it to go? What has been route think about the future of the American family farmer? I just hope that I hope that people keep the faith in in in hold onto their land. That's one thing that I think Johnny cash that you know, if you could do it all over again, he he hold onto his land and buy more of it. Because that's the only thing you can't you can't get more of. What we got? And so I'm I'm all with my my brothers on not never saw an outer are getting rid of everything just for buck. Yeah. Well, that's what is happening on a lot of family farms because of bad government policy pressure debts that have been generated by previous generations in some circumstances that seems to be the only option, but it's not the option. I wanna take either banned near gentlemen. Nice to meet you merry Christmas. Happy new year to you and your family country singer and farming advocate van ru on the American family farmer. United States navy veteran. Jack holder talks about the first strike on Pearl Harbor. After the first of all you hit. We had construction crews il-chol Homa battleship Oklahoma had turned turtle up a kilo ship was up. We had construction crews out there on the bottom of the ship cutting holes in the bottom of the ship. Rescuing shaven..
"salmonella" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The CDC is warning about salmonella CBS news contributor. Dr Tarun rule up was on CBS this morning. Talking about the recent outbreak of salmonella salmonella is responsible for about a million causes a food poisoning every year. And basically when you ingest the bacteria about twelve to seventy two hours later, you can develop nausea vomiting diarrhoea fever stomach cramps. It's typically soft limited so resolves within four to seven days in most people, but in some people it can get into the bloodstream can become a little more serious more serious diarrhea, requiring hospitalization are rarely death. And people who are more vulnerable seemed to be young less than five years old older than sixty five and those who are competent about ground Turkey is that that's different than most people cook a regular like Butterball Turkey. But so does that apply to those kinds of Turkey's to it applies to all turn, and they're still really investigating and trying to figure out they have not been able to identify a single source or supplier of the raw. Aw, Turkey or live turkeys bottom line. If you cook your Turkey correctly. He won't get salmonella if you cook and prepare correctly, so they do recommend certain things like don't fire Turkey on the counter because if it goes the temperature goes above forty degrees Fahrenheit, that's the danger zones. You wanna thought in the fridge don't wash your poultry a lot of people. Make this mistake because those water droplets can splatter and spread and contaminate surfaces. Make sure to be good about washing your hands with warm soapy water for twenty seconds cleaning, your cutting boards and not cutting salad or fruits on those same cutting boards. And then don't cook your stuffing inside the Turkey because that can absorb those juices monitor always asked me over one hundred five. Yes. The name all the things. I'm said, not to do my mom would do we put it on because I don't know how to cook. But we put it on the counter butter it up. Yeah. Wash it, I know addressing inside the Turkey all the things you said culture wonder, I'm still alive. Some people even wear gloves when they're handling the Turkey as well. Yeah. I mean, the more careful you are the better. And really that's what this is about. I mean salmonella can happen to anyone anywhere. It's it's you know in the poultry industry. So if you know how to prepare it handle it the right way, you should be fine CBS news contributor. Dr Tara knew Rula an e coli outbreak that is sick and dozens in the US and Canada, plenty of lettuce now going to waste in California. Tim Ryan reports from San Francisco Jack piece of president of Washington produce in San Francisco has a huge inventory of romaine lettuce piling up in his walk in refrigerator. It's hard to.
"salmonella" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I mean farm-to-table is huge and people want to check their food, especially with the salmonella outbreak. The current salmonella holding what's hold the Hannity. Get through this. There is a Turkey salmonella outbreak. True. They're not gonna put on the label suffers from salmonella. Right. It's not like it's not like some disease that they're going to be like. Yep. Salmonella ghost ship. It make sure you put it on its profile. This isn't tender if you get sick at thanksgiving dinner, and that you can go back and say, it's that farmer. No, no. You get salmonella by undercooked meat. Yeah. It's your fault. Not the farmers fall. What if you look up your Turkey and the turkeys name is Sal short for salmonella Italian Turkey. Now, isn't he has a leather jacket, and he says Goumba the current salmonella outbreak has been linked to Turkey's producer hasn't been identified. Several shopper said it's a reminder to know more about where food comes from. Yeah. Came from I'll four did you did you understand. I mean. Do you understand chicken farming and Turkey don't know? And that's the point these you're not learning anything about where your food comes from. This is all a marketing ploy to make you feel better about farm-to-table, which is such a farce. I've never off some waitress said, well, we're all about farm-to-table. I said where are your tomatoes come from hunting? And she's like, I don't know. So I'm like, this is a force. You have no idea where you even get your your your groceries from a hamburger chain that puts up every day where the potatoes came from. But now they do long time. I just want my Turkey to be totally juice like Jose Canseco. I want like steroids Airways Turkey like a rod just ask me on back comes out of the pump. Well. Plump parts of the Turkey. Let's just say they don't that was for some. They don't need to know. It's a little too personal to know where my Turkey is from listen, you're turkeys Amos herald. And and enjoy eating it. Is the biggest sham? Go fund me. I'm going to go do this for the New Jersey couple in the homeless man consumers can now track. Thanksgiving Turkey a history with new codes. You can find out its name. Meet your farmer. You don't wanna meet your farmer? He doesn't care about the Turkey is about cash flow to know about my Turkey before I fired into my face way to go. Oh, you've never seen me to Turkey. Man. Oh, I don't know if anybody all fires anything into your house giving fire it right in there, Kate rat. It's the reporter, congratulations. You did not use any stupid reference. That is true. There was no gobbling. There was no like googling or you know, who going sorry. Okay. Let's see coming up next. Ooh. Violence breaks out MAC violence breaks out farm. No violence breaks out at the first wave of the migrant caravan is it hits Tijuana. I called that. We no you didn't. You may have an idea unless okay? So I I we'll talk about it next..
"salmonella" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"So that an actual treatment to general patients can start within a decade said researchers Kohei Poche EMA of the Tokyo University of science. So it is promising a big issue with a lot of guys. An ladies, really. The big issue is D H T is a byproduct of history on one of the most potent parts of the hormone in the body. And when it goes into certain receptors, it causes them to shut down the follicles to shut down which in turn will lead to the baldness. And that is a big issue. But things are right around the corner. Guys seems like and you ladies that deal with that. That's pretty interesting with that whole thing hundred and forty-one they're saying now have been sickened in ituna linked salmonella outbreak, really interesting. So salmonella outbreak you hear some no, but not so frozen yellowfin tuna product has now second about one hundred forty one folks in twenty states, including the district of Columbia US centers for disease control and prevention said this late Tuesday in a statement the agency said twenty one people have been hospitalized. But there have been no deaths reported that's a good thing. So. On monday. Nearly fifty nine thousand pounds of the product labelled that Kaci scrape AA or AAA was recalled by marine USA corporation in California. Instead of Tuesday, the CDC said illnesses linked to the recalled product have been reported in many of the states and noted that salmonella illness is often serious for infants older adults pregnant women in persons with impaired immune systems, you gotta be careful. Yes. Absolutely. With tuna especially not only are the cans in whatnot. Contain mercury. You gotta be careful with that. But with salmonella outbreak just adds to it. If you're going to do to always go for the. Wildcard in the stores and you'll have low mercury content. It's almost impossible. With tuna to eliminate mercury altogether. But you can't get a very very low mercury content food in some of the health food stores now that are selling them. So always keep an eye out for that. If you're going to do tune in obviously, be careful with the whole salmonella deal. Southern states got hit with it, really, really hard. So Florida, Georgia, Tennessee. South carolina. You won't be really careful in those areas. Triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy two lines are open. Let's go to Susan. Hi, susan. What's up? Well,.
"salmonella" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Continuing on the theme of reptiles for younger kids, turtles and tortoises are always kind of a fun one to do. Now. Keep in mind though. Turtles and tortoises can have carry bacteria like salmonella. So we want to make sure that the kids wash their hands anytime they're handling the animal before. And after that, we that that bacteria doesn't get transmitted. The turtles and tortoises are very sturdy animals. They're fun to watch eat. I don't know if you guys have ever seen a picture of like a tortoise or a box turtle going after a really big red strawberry, oh, their mouth goes wide open and they just get really excited about it, and it's fun to watch them eat and kind of burrow and do digging activities and things like that. If you're a little bit creeped out by creepy crawlies that you might have to feed your bearded dragon. Maybe a turtle is a better option. Some turtles and tortoises can be vegetarian, but not all of them. So again, kind of keep. That. In mind some aquatic turtles definitely eat meat so do the, research and find out who on that caliber there some, other animals that might be good for smaller kids are fish again. The. Interaction isn't as much. But especially just teaching them how to care for. That animal you know feeding them taking care of the tank it's a really good starter animal feed. A Fisher really, good goldfish tetras things like that so. I think that that's definitely a factor too. That you bring up there. Is is what is the purpose of the animal for the family are the child do you necessarily need to hamlet are you okay with just, watching, it do you want the animal to talk like a bird I mean, what level of interaction are you expecting do you have allergies in your family obviously not everybody can have. A furrier feathered pet in that case sometimes a reptile or an infant Samantha millions from frogs and toads. Which also have their own merits that. Might be a better choice there are, so many pets to choose. From and, it honestly we Could sit here all day until you. That all the factors. Of all these pets just remember that not every exotic pet makes a great pet for everyone they can be great pets in the right circumstances? And it's really? Up to the potential owner to? Find out as much as possible making? A project if you're doing this with a child helped? The child, through the research be responsible so you? Can find the right exotic pets for? So I. Think we've covered quite a bit today. If you have, any other questions please let us know but this is the exotic, pet on Dr Lori.
"salmonella" Discussed on Ologies
"Did you lose a lot of weight just because you were constantly sick? No. Really? Now speaking of salmonella, does that something that you worry about? Yes. Okay. Isn't that now salmonella be? It comes maybe from an infected bird. It comes right down the old poop, chute, and then you need to wash the eggs to avoid the salmonella, right? Yeah. And I think that that's one thing that's kind of amazing about industry is is how well they're able to actually keep those things from being issues because I really am when there's a salmonella outbreak these days. It's kind of stunning how quickly we know about it. And how quickly in most cases they figure out exactly where they come from. Isn't it? Crazy, PS, salmonella. I just found this out is the same. Cina sim Victoria that causes typhoid fever, and of course just a whole bunch of food poisoning. Now it can get on the eggs when it passes through the over of chicken or in the egg as it's forming. Now not all chickens have salmonella, and some will show signs like lethargy. If they do have it now before you go hatching a crate of fertilize eggs, do know it turns out the backyard chickens if they have salmonella can pass it along the specially as a CD warns. If there has been snuggling of the chicken and salmonella poisoning, does land folks in the hospital or can be fatal. So don't go looking a bunch of chickens or eating raw eggs or poultry. Ironically, eating raw salmon seems to be fine, but that's because the name salmonella was derived from one doctor at Gir Elmer Salman, a veterinary surgeon for whom it was named here. Doctor Salomon. We have bestowed you with a legacy for generations. A very confusing fish sounding disease of the chicken, but that scares people away from cookie dough. Also, if you're like a real cookie dough Trollop like myself, just go ahead and make it with pasteurized eggs. Feel free to eat the whole bowl does anything in John's work caused him to eat entire salad bowls filled with rock cookies. What is the most annoying thing about eggs or your job. Well, with with eggs, I would say it's, it's. Keeping track of them. So so. So you have a clutch, but you have four or five eggs in that clutch. And so you've got to figure out, you know, they number them all. And so you just got to be careful with respect to getting things mixed up and things, and then you don't have anything else to go on if things do get mixed up. Yeah, that's true. I mean, can you can't put a little number on earth? They do put little numbers on them, but let's say they're a bunch of little numbers and they were put on a hundred twenty years ago. It's possible that you could have a hard time deciphering. What was what was done? Do you find that the notes are like very poetically descriptive more so than they would be these days? Not really. It's the more the what's beautiful about him is the different handwriting. People had so much better handwriting. I did notice this when I was looking through and swooning over some field note calligraphy among the vintage x tax. I mean that fun. Good handwriting. I wonder, what do you think he was? Amateur, do you think he was pro? He was an amateur, nearly all these guys were amateurs. Almost all the collecting was done by amateurs. It's really amazing and they call themselves largest. And yet you've edited book about x. joke, I'm not calling myself. All. Oh yes. Just just beautiful. Cursive and things in ways that nobody would do today. Get back into that..
"salmonella" Discussed on WTVN
"In southern California says, a man is accused of setting that fire under arrest today thirty two year old Brandon mic Glover accused of setting a series of fires. In Riverside County on Wednesday during the height. Of a heat wave is baking California the motive for setting. The fires is, unknown one of the fires he allegedly said is a big one, the, Cranston fire which is burned. Homes in a surprise announcement at the White House Wednesday President Trump and European Commission president. Jean-Claude younger announced a truce to the threatened trade war between the US and Europe the agreement comes just after the president. Ordered a government farm bailout to make up, for losses from China retaliating for Mr.. Trump's trade tariffs now was not politically popular especially with other Republicans on the hill many of whom are free traders and they don't see the. Need for the. Tariffs to, address, the, issues that. We have with our trading partners let's ABC's Tara Palmeri reporting Todd ant ABC news it's five twenty two joel riley enjoying some time off this week here's dave mezzo we've heard about it for the last couple of days it started with a ritz cracker recall because of a possibility of salmonella infection or salmonella a presence in the coating that they put on these crackers and then it got to goldfish and then it got to be oh yeah that's right it was the way in that's right thank you very much tom it was the way that was a part of the seasoning or the flavoring that they put on these crackers so obviously i'm stumbling and fumbling through the chemistry of it because i'm thinking to myself salmonella wait a minute that's what happens when when you don't cook your chicken or when you don't clean your cutting board in your kitchen how does it get on these crackers and how does it present itself there are so many families who are traveling hey let's put some snacks in the car let's put some ritz crackers in the car let's put some goldfish in the car or parents of toddlers you know how vital goldfish archie you right well now all of a sudden And you're, thinking wait a minute is there a danger here with. Giving my kids. Some goldfish crackers or maybe a little snack of some. Ritz crackers my question was how do you know how do you know if all of a sudden oh my gosh there might be some salmonella persons, here and maybe my child has been affected so let's call in, an expert, somebody who. Knows it much better than. I do. Dr Jennifer Jennifer Middleton. Is. Family doctor at Ohio health riverside family practice doctor Middleton save me from this I don't understand how this could. Possibly be a thing but it is a thing it is definitely a thing good morning and, I think it's. Still a bit of a mystery about how the salmonella got into this way powder product and I it's important to, note that at least ads the last? Time I looked on the CDC? There are no reported human illnesses yet associated, with, this contaminant so the recalls are a. Precaution after this point and how would you. Know how would you know if your child let's say you've. Got a toddler who has I just mentioned? You, know you've been giving them Goldfish for all summer long and all of a sudden we might have an issue here how. Would you know you would have no doubt that. Something was going on and salmonella cards is pretty significant diarrhea along? With domino cramps usually fever sometimes. Not involving usually about twelve, to seventy, two hours after exposure Dr, Jennifer, Middleton is our guest here she's helping explain, a little bit about how you would identify salmonella. Salmonella and a possible infection if you got some of these tainted crackers? I guess is the best way to put it how does it how does the the salmonella bacteria get into this. Way I mean again my experience and my thinking is you know it's gotta be. Uncooked meat or something like that how does it impact something like way that would put on these. Crackers that is a great question that I think some of the detectives at the, CDC are working because it is unusual usually, you get salmonella from undercooked me also very commonly from unwashed fruits and vegetables so I'll tell you this is the first for. Me and fifteen years of being a family doctor I've never. Heard of way powder or another product like it being contaminated with salmonella and it is such an odd thing is is salmonella something that. Pops up often in your in your office from some of the more traditional Sources yes absolutely and you know honestly there's a lot of different germs that. Can cause these food-borne diarrheal illness says we, often don't, necessarily treat them any differently or go. Looking to see? Exactly which germ it is because the treatment for most? Folks as, the, same supportive care it's taken a couple of, days off to rest lots of fluids hand washing. To prevent spread folks who are very young infants and folks were older? Who have you know underlying medical issues she needs to be evaluated by Dr potentially you know get some IV fluids. Get a with the hospital get some antibiotics for the vast majority of folks DC. Borne illnesses they'll recover on their own and a few days and younger kids what I'm hearing you. Say younger kids might be a little more susceptible just because they're young and developing, right exactly it's easier to get dehydrated when, you're smaller well we'll look for it and we'll be very careful how many goldfish or Ritz crackers We consume while this thing is going on Dr Middleton thanks very much for. Helping, make. Us a little smarter on this one oh. It's, my pleasure all right welcome have a great day and stay away from those goldfish Days. Back live, this. Morning at five thirty five on NewsRadio six ten WTVN I'm ABC six meteorologist Andrew buck. Michael a good Thursday morning everyone, it's going to be another warm day today eighty seven for the high end some evening showers and thunderstorms likely it's going to be moving in from the north western part. Of the Dayton as they continue moving their way through. Central into southeastern Ohio it'll break, up a, little bit and taper off some but as we head into tonight clearing skies low of, sixty five, a little. Patchy fog tomorrow getting up to eighty for the.
"salmonella" Discussed on KGO 810
"Food company of course is now giving its customers across the country a reason. To head somewhere else entirely up parasite founded the change salads at restaurants, in the mid west has sickened so far a hundred and sixty three people last week it was reported that McDonald's at yanked salad offerings from three thousand outposts, in fourteen states and how about this rich crackers that's right. The rich crackers is calling recalling some of its products because of salmonella concerns they. Announced a volunteer recall? For products with way powder as an ingredient which they say the way powder supplier has recalled due to the potential presence of salmonella salmonella is a micro organism Is a net cast can cause. Serious and sometimes. Fatal. Infections it young children frail or elderly, people and, others with weakened immune system Ritz crackers most of them are the cheese type crackers by the way our food safety. Coach Jeff Nelken with us Jeff, what's happening with all these food sources well you know it's interesting on the way. Situation who you know that you mentioned because they, used to be like a leftover product and they could never figure out what to do with it now all of a. Sudden you know it's considered one of the high protein ingredients that you see being sold for anywhere from ten to fifty? Dollars with. A bucket so you can see how they turned around something that they were. Throwing away and now it's become the hot protein item in McDonald's has, real serious public relations issue don't they sure yeah I think in a lot of this you know with the parasites Has goes back to contaminated water so it's gonna just. Require more testing and more oversight because you. Know they're buying, from a lot of, local suppliers and they're, going, to have to pay more attention to. You, know testing, the water more frequently and Jeff the Kellogg company has announced a voluntary recall of its packages of Kellogg's Honey smacks cereal because of the presence of salmonella as well too I. Mean, this is disturbing it's, happening all over the country right and what they're saying is anything that's been produced in the last twelve months they want to include that. Recall so anybody has sugar smacks of the house I would recommend they not. You don't consume any of it until they communicate. With people that they purchased it from. Just to make. Sure. And again you know the like you, mentioned you, know we're taught Talking about diarrhoea fever abdominal, cramps so if you have any of those, kind, of symptoms you certainly want to get get. Ahold of your physician Jeff napkins website food coach dot com where he, posts some of the latest recalls well here's a study the Snapchat generation doesn't seem to love the, outdoors at, least not as much as doing other, things the average child between six and sixteen years old spends only an hour, a day outside playing video games over twice as long according. To the, new study over. The weekend a small sunspot ended, a. Twenty four day streak of blank sons what it was only lasting about a. Day because it's now dissolved what, else is going on in the skies time. For Stephen Cates doctor sky. High Stephen older Georgia and talking about the weather here you know many people know I'm reporting here live from. Phoenix but, how about this, weird anomaly the, temperature George, adding ten Six PM mountain. Standard time just moments ago the. Time match the temperature one hundred and six degrees Fahrenheit, Ouch, we begin our talk George with. Space the Parker space probe and that's a space probe, an incredible feat of technology is set to launch we hope by, August, the six it'll get, within three point eight million miles of the. Sun, unprecedented and if. You want to know what that really means storage it so incredible if you took a yardstick in. The sun is on one end and the earth is on the other poker solar probe would get within four inches of the left side on that yardstick where the sun. Is we shift George to astronomy great news this week for the astronomers in Hawaii they've picked up twelve new moons does Jupiter needed them exactly like a million our incredible we have seventy nine moons of Jupiter there's probably, tons, more, but that's the largest number of,.
"salmonella" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"A, used to treat those types of infections so that's one example and the second one little more interesting this concerns the? Bacterium salmonella typhi Miriam so salmonella very common bacteria again it's, a foodborne bacteria then. In about two thousand nine to two. Thousand eleven two hundred and forty one people in forty two states became infected with. A particular strain of salmonella this is actually. A pretty hard one to crack the people who. Got sick with between one and seventy six year old and, thirty percents of the required hospitalization but. Thankfully there were no. Deaths associated with those eventually after a long investigation the CDC, again we're able to trace Source of the infection to African dwarf frogs the people and kept as pets and it's commonly known that these reptiles, amphibians can carry infections such as salmonella and the likely spread was people who either touched. And handled these frogs and then touch the mouse or frog had being on a service in that house and maybe they came along later on didn't clean the surface touched. It and put the. Answer that mouth so a pretty significant. Number of people affected by that bacteria outbreak incredible I mean listen. One, case that sick puppies with campylobacter weeks a camp and then the other AM Fabian salmonella named salmonella. Is pretty notorious I think one common thread among all of those infections is. That it's so important to you know wash your hands it's really important but I think about campylobacter I think about salmonella and I say okay definitely even the. Most casual germaphobe heard about these are there any other microbes that may cause. Illness that we, should actually be concerned About besides camping and salmonella yeah, there, are a few more current humans and maybe spread. From pets to humans so one of those this cluster diem different, seal that's actually a a major problem, in health care the moment that can cause serious and life threatening infections in humans especially in the elderly and those who are already sick salmonella we've talked about also because in poultry and rodents the other one that you may be. Familiar with this mess resistant staph aureus, or Mercer as it's, more commonly known as that can cause skin. Infections and the last one is one that I think is reasonably. Common. Or not, so common more occurs more and cats is talk so plasma, Gandhi and that's actually an infectious parasite that can cause flu like. Symptoms I infection loss of vision okay wow well obviously when you hear about any infectious, organism that, can cause you. To go blind, I mean it should make everyone stand and pay attention I think, the, true intersection of the human animal bond is okay. We we don't want our pets to make us sick we don't wanna make our Pet sick. But, what about from pet to pet is there situations that come to mind for. You that say what about infectious diseases that can. Be spread between pets yeah and I think the. Most common one that I'm sure you're well aware of and many, of your listeners are probably aware of is is canine influenza. And this country's just being through a pretty big, outbreaks of canine influenza that started in two thousand sixteen in a shelter cats in Indiana which was then transmitted by some mechanism of dogs and cats. Interacting eventually jumped into dogs that spread quickly by twenty seventeen in may that. Had been identified in dogs in over a dozen states and actually, most recently in California Nevada we've had canine influenza this winter and. Spring that second almost six. Hundred. Fifty. Dogs, about, seventy percent of them in California and when I first found out about it. The next, day is scheduled to visit from my pets. Go and get his influenza shots what a great idea obviously prevention, is, always better than cure and you don't want to. Wait until your dog ends Up with influenza to to start treating each certainly want. To protect them with the back seen certainly, you're right we have been covering let's canine influenza outbreak, and you know the challenge with. That particular viruses getting..
"salmonella" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Store and i liked the claim jumper salads my favorite salad out there in a restaurant is claim jumpers as like outback caesar salad but that has a lot of calories but the citrus out a claim jumper delicious out what saas they put on it's probably really sugary but it is i love it but they have onions onions good so we're trying to eat healthier tween these e coli al breaks these salmonella outbreaks and all these mean don't a lot of salmonella on vegetables and produce we saw the coli but now with this with the cyclists pariah says you know what are people supposed to do and why vegetables while because you know with meat we cook our beats and if you cook your meat pretty darn good you're not gonna get sick from it and another theory i have is when you meet your your body knows when meat is coming right now right now i'm thinking about meat and i'm already salivating already my salivary glands and my parades are getting poised for beat just thinking about meet my mouth waters then my stomach acids start to juice up and so my guess is once meet touches you and your teeth here that stake it's all juicy and you know losing what flavor you got the little blood in there and you just tear into that meeting so succulent and delicious anyway your body is full court press already expecting that it is going to have to digest something that's very difficult to digest the vegetables i got just vegetables lettuce i'm not going to need to use a lot of protein enzymes protein breaking down enzyme places things like that i it is lettuce tomato we have to do squash at a banana just look at a banana and bruises so my guess is the body get full court press brings out the cavalry when it comes to meet but when it comes to vegetables since it's later the body doesn't have to freak out now that's good from metabolism standpoint it's good from a caloric standpoint but not good from a bacteria standpoint plus you know these our parasite standpoints plus vegetables are wet so the wetness and they're not cut a lot of times if you notice most of these recalls are raw vegetables we're not cooking a raw vegetables obviously so we have to rely on washing them off and so we don't you know how many of you actually wash off vegetables vegetable tray i don't i opened up the tray and i eat the whole purpose of me invited into trey is so i don't have to watch off the vegetable i guess now you have to so my suggestion to you is to do that if not you're gonna have explosive diarrhea actually it sounds worse than that one eight seven seven valley.
"salmonella" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"You from sending the questions why we have time when we can get to it but i like to have can explain a lot of these things that are going on that are making the medical news for example i said to you off the this sort satellite an oxymoron to me such a thing as an herbal drug what is this herbal drug that's new on the market the popular botanical drug cranham k r a m is already under fire from american health officials as an addictive opioid doug and now new reports linking its use with salmonella poisoning the cdc they're investigating a multi state outbreak of twenty eight salmonella infections in twenty states linked to crowd amis so if you have this don't use it stay away from it now you have another good reason the trade name how do you recognise you actually called kra t o m is that which if you went to the to let's say the whole foods store and you went to the section where they have all of the various supplements that you would see this in a bottle and his salmonella stems mean they had a problem as they were making it the they got the salmonella stuff with come about as a result after it was produced tree it's native to southeast asia and leaves contain psychoactive or mind altering opioid compounds so what would you use it for well for people use it like really or to to this is not something well some sort of confused is it legal or illegal is it illegal herbal drug that has those correct that that exactly it falls out of the reach of the fda and the but everyone's recommending to avoid it because not because of what it does but because of the salmonella well but another good reason i mean it had been already on the cdc's radar screen and the fda's radar screen you know figuring out how to get it illegal and now it has another problem well but there are a lot of these guys these characters in the fda the cdc that are trying to make things illegal they're not not to be because they're trying to take care of the people that pay the bills or pay for the bought and paid for congressman so impressed by that but i am interested in what you said about it kris k r a t o m you're holding up the line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the water slide ma'am feet forward and enjoy the ride.
"salmonella" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Wine already salmonella let's go onto which usually does not have the blood and this little bit let's talk about the one that usually does have the blood in the stool and it's and it's in the news that we talked about eggs and the other food that's in the news this week is romain lettuce this is an outbreak of e coli illness that's tied to tainted arizona romain lettuce and this outbreak just continues to expand fifty three people so far have been reported ill to the onus is have been identified as linked to a particularly very lens strain of ecoli the socalled oon fifty seven eight seven cases have now been reported in sixteen states although no deaths have been reported amazing sixty five percent have been hospitalized usually it's about thirty percent for ecoli including five who developed the type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome this is not a good thing you want so chopped romain lettuce from the yuma arizona growing region appears to be the one contaminated with this ecoli and making people sick before buying romain lettuce at a grocery store or eating at a restaurant confirmed that it is not chopped romain lettuce from the yuma growing region if you connect confirm the source of the lettuce do not buy read it and you asked me about e coli illness let's talk a little bit of specifically about ecoli illness it can be very serious even deadly usually the onus sets in an average of three to four days after swallowing the.
"salmonella" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Recalls over possible salmonella contamination after reports of six deaths all were linked to darwin's natural and zoo logic spat foods both are manufactured by arrow alliance testing is found salmonella in samples of its raw pet food to cases of humans getting sick have been linked to rawes for pause ground turkey redburn pat products bully sticks dog choose and smoke house pet products beefy munchies also part of the recall human symptoms of salmonella infection or diarrhoea fever and stomach cramps but pets don't always have symptoms and they can pass salmonella to people even if they're a symptomatic deborah rodriguez cbs new kyw news time 555 it is time for business sponsored by lord's health system joan doniger from bloomberg business correction increasingly the ten percent pull back on all three averages that we saw last week really does look like history now that the stock average's of notched their fifth straight day of gains which stretched from almost one and a quarter do more than one and a half percent the dow back over twenty five thousand by two hundred points gaining three hundred seven the nasdaq up one hundred thirteen the s and p's thirty three point gain put it thirty one points above twenty seven hundred this marks the best five day run since 2011 investors brushed off a report on wholesale inflation which was largely lined up with predictions sam stovall is with see fra research made were not that big of a concern because good her to do more would quoting of gasoline health insurance stocks have had enough of the flow the particularly bad flu season as made a sell off in those stocks even worse especially with the latest vaccine proving less effective than usual i'm joan doniger bloomberg business for ky.
"salmonella" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"To two diarrhoeal you know problems in even fever and can cause some small amount of significant disease and even death and look in the past there was more reason than there is today to be concerned about salmonella there were you know a decent number of eggs and chickens that were infected on the people were concerned we didn't know as much about washing are preparing a clean in the eggs before they they got to us but in the 1990s and in two thousand thirteen the government and a number of states enacted some pretty good policies that significantly reduce the risk of getting salmonella from an egg so much so that it really is pretty rare today and when you really won the numbers and they have done that there have been some amazing studies that that sort of run mathematical models has what are your chances of getting sick to chance of coming into contact with an egg with salmonella is incredibly small almost probably never going to happen even if you did come into contact with an egg with salmonella the chance if you're getting sick israeli small even if you did get sick the chance of you noticing it that it would be an illness that you would would bother you is very small even if you noticed it the chance that you need to go to a hospital is very small and even if you went to a hospital the chance that you get admitted draft to be treated in any way is very small so is the seminole seminar just so understand this is on the outside of the egg or is it yeah get self now it's actually on the outside of the egg and this is where most of the again where where most of the concern comes from it's not that it's in the egg and you can't get it most of the salmonella transmitted is it's on the shell of the egg and then it gets in your hands and then you transmitted into the food so few washed the eggs very well and you wash washer hands even before you use them you're reducing your risk can you get it to zero probably not but if you've committed to eating raw cookie dough every week for the rest of your life the chances of you even coming into contact with salmonella would be near zero.