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FOOD & DRINK
How To Stuff A Turkey Safely: The Experts Explain
The last thing you need on Thanksgiving is a foodborne illness.
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Think You've Got Food Poisoning? Here's How To Really Tell
Experts share the habits that actually make you sick, plus how to feel better ASAP.
Dan Rather Serves Up Perfect Food Poisoning Analogy To Describe ‘Age Of Trump'
"This is unprecedented in American history, and therefore it’s a dangerous time."
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Washington's Marijuana Legalization: The Kids Are Alright
Host of The Marijuana Agenda on YouTube, a live weekday news/t...
Legalization did not turn teenagers into marijuana addicts
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This Is What The Wedding Night Is Actually Like, According To Couples
Bobby pins. Lots and lots of bobby pins.
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14 Poisoned By Wild Death Cap Mushrooms In California
Three victims, including a toddler, needed liver transplants.
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The 7 Injuries Doctors See Most On Summer Weekends
Stay safe out there.
Woman Spends 3 Weeks In Intensive Care After Eating Gas Station Nacho Cheese
5 cases of botulism have been connected to the same gas station..
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Psychologists Explain Why Food Memories Can Feel So Powerful
Julie R. Thomson
It's not just about the dish.
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There's A Food Poisoning Risk Top Cookbooks Don't Tell You About
There's 'No F**king Way' Gordon Ramsay Will Eat Airplane Food
"I know where this food’s been and where it goes."
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Why The 2-Million Pound Ready-To-Eat Chicken Recall Is Extra Risky
By Rachael Rettner, Live Science
Customers are less likely to heat the product enough to kill bacteria.
Drug-Resistant Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Livestock Used In 4-H Projects
While most Salmonella outbreaks in the U.S. are foodborne, this one is linked to contact with cattle.
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Why Sprouts Are Especially Good At Harboring Dangerous Bacteria
By Sara G. Miller, LiveScience.com
Bacteria can attach to the seeds and survive for months in storage.
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