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FDA Extends GRAS Approval Listex to All Food Products

...eria monocytogenes, is one of the most severe food borne infections, with a mortality rate of 30%. It can take weeks after exposure before an infection becomes apparent. The US Food Safety and Inspection Service maintains a zero tolerance policy for the bacterium, which grows at refrigeration temperature a...

The Hospital Superbugs

...tissue; (ii) more effectively controlling the food borne bacterium C. botulinum, and (iii) improving the efficiency of the production of the biofuel butanol by C. acetobutylicum using metabolic engineering. Official figures show that 5000 people die from a healthcare-associated infection every year in t...

Tomato Fever Replaces Chikungunya in Kerala

...ume lot of fluids. Like dengue, another mosquito borne disease, there is no vaccine for Chikungunya, and at best, symptoms can be countered through painkillers, intake of plenty of fluids and lots of rest....

Kerala Ready to Invite WHO to Study Fever Outbreak

...isation (WHO) to study the outbreak of a mosquito borne fever in the state that has claimed 173 lives this year. "Even though four different expert teams have arrived in the state since the outbreak of the fever, collected blood samples and given us reports, which have confirmed the fever as chikunguniy...

Salmonella Scare Results in the Recall of Sesame Seed

... such food article can cause salmonellosis, a food borne illness. salmonellosis may cause short-term symptoms that include vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, severe headache and high fever in healthy people. In case of young children, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems, salmo...

Chikungunya-hit Villages to Get Funds to Fight Mosquitoes

...se committees to prevent the spread of this vector borne disease,' Ramadoss told reporters. 'The committee will comprise of a village head, Anganwadi members and some female members. Money will be put in a joint account of these people. They will visit homes in the village to create awareness about the d...

Egyptian Boy Has Bird Flu

... country outside of Asia. Women and children have borne the brunt of the virus due to their role in taking care of domestic fowl. The government says it is conducting a vigorous campaign to combat the spread of the virus through vaccinations and raising awareness, but cases continue to appear....

Secondhand Workplace Smoke Hits Non-smokers Badly

...s of secondhand tobacco smoke in the workplace are borne disproportionately by an already vulnerable group. The study is to be published in the August 2007 edition of the American Journal of Public Health....

Non Smoking Workers Absorb the Carcinogen Immediately

...s of secondhand tobacco smoke in the workplace are borne disproportionately by an already vulnerable group. Employees who participated in their study are typical of foodservice workers nationwide in that the majority were women, under age 30, had relatively low household incomes, and more than one third of...

Quality Improvement Effort Pays Off in Diabetes Care

...lth care improvement programs. The added costs are borne by the health centers and by state and federal government programs; the benefits accrue to society. "Cost-effective medicine," Huang said, "depends entirely on an ongoing societal commitment to providing chronic care for vulnerable patients." The r...

Are Main Rivers in Himalayas Under Threat?

...r radiation detectors, the cost of which should be borne by the countries responsible. He also fears that not all Everest expeditions are simply mountaineering trips. Some, he says, are a faade for planting spying devices and some to retrieve them. His warnings could sound like a madman's ramblings but f...

Cuba is Exporting Healthcare Now

...d's wealthiest countries at a fraction of the cost borne by the latter, points out Sarah Van Gelder. Many elements of the health care system Cuba is exporting around the world are common-sense practices. Everyone has access to doctors, nurses, specialists, and medications. There is a doctor and nurse te...

Radical Idea of Implanting Tiny Electrodes to the Deaf

...arge daily. If the initial success in animals is borne out in further tests, a human auditory nerve implant is probably five to 10 years away, he says. The researchers used cats bred for laboratory use in their experiments. They measured brain processing of auditory signals in normal conditions, then c...

First Case of West Nile Virus Death in Madison County

...trol and Prevention. West Nile virus is mosquito borne disease and has various forms like West Nile encephalitis or meningitis - the most severe forms of the disease. These severe forms of the virus, transferred primarily through mosquito bites, affect the nervous system and can lead to paralysis, coma o...

HIV Drugs Unaffordable for Common Man: Kalam

..."It is expected that HIV and TB combination, water borne diseases, cardiac diseases will be the predominant diseases and we have to find solutions for diagnosing and treatment," he added. Kalam emphasised the need for providing quality health care to our rural citizens. Commenting on the infant mortal...

Merced Firm Slams Slaughterhouse for Contaminated Meat

... E-coli is one of the most important cause of food borne sickness in the united states .The infection is caused when the food is not cooked properly. Eating rare or medium rare steak can cause it. Even lack of proper hygiene, like not washing hands after touching the meat, too can spread the bacteria to an...

Kolkata, Mumbai to Face Maximum Brunt of Climate Change

...sh to Burma," the chairman said. He said vector borne disease like dengue and malaria would also increase in these cities. "I think mosquitoes would be healthier than human being. Diarrhea would be another concern point. "An empirical model projected that population at risk of dengue fever would be in...

The Search for Organ Donors

... Prof Levy. The high transmission rates of blood borne viruses in Australian prisons mean many organizations, such as the Australian Red Cross, exclude prisoners as donors. The Medical Journal of Australia is a publication of the Australian Medical Association. Source-AA SRI...

More Money to Flow for First Responders at Ground Zero

...reatment of those affected. Most of the injury was borne by firefighters, police persons, construction workers and other volunteers who sifted through the rubble to rescue those trapped beneath. Others affected with respiratory problems include those living in proximity to the WTC. According to statist...

Better Healthcare for 100 Villages - Courtesy Indian American Physicians

...d also be given to creating awareness about vector borne diseases and value of education," S. Balasubramanium, president of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), said here Wednesday. AAPI Wednesday signed a three-year memorandum of understanding with the Confederation of Indian I...

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