Health

Barberi International Inc. Recalls Frozen Ajiaco Due to Possible Health Risk

Barberi International Inc., based in Miami, Florida, is recalling its Sunmba Frozen Ajiaco (vegetable mix) product across Florida

Le Fedou, Fromagerie De Hyelzas Sas Recalls “Tomme Brebis Fedou Cheese” and “Soureliette Cheese”...

Fromi USA is recalling its 7 cases of Soureliette cheese and 2 cases of Tomme Brebis Fedou because

Falafel King Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Milk in “Tzatziki Sauce”

Falafel King of Boulder, Colorado is notifying the public that its containers of Tzatziki Sauce made with sour

Ruth’s Salad Charlotte NC is Recalling Ruth’s Original Pimento Spread 7 oz Because of...

Charlotte, NC Ruth’s Salads is undertaking a recall of Ruth’s Original Pimento Spread in 7oz plastic containers.

Life Expectancy In Decline For The First Time In 20 Years

For the first time in 20 years life expectancy in the United States has declined. Which of the following have been identified as...

Fire Hazard: Over 100,000 Laptop Batteries Recalled

Over 100,000 lithium-ion batteries used in HP notebook computers are being recalled. If you use or known someone that uses one, please read the following...

Are vaccines making viruses more dangerous?

In a recent study published by the Public Library of Science "leaky" vaccinations were found to make viruses: Less Contagious Less Severe More Dangerous ...

Banned Chemicals Found in Household Products

To view list of affected household products click here. Many household products contain antimicrobial chemicals banned from soaps by the FDA Erica Hartmann, Northwestern University This year...

Could Blood Infection in Cattle Cause Cancer in Humans?

Why we need to keep an eye on whether a blood infection in cattle is linked to breast cancer in humans Meredith Frie, Michigan State...

Harris Teeter, LLC Issues Voluntary Recall of Everroast Chicken Caesar Wrap for Undeclared Fish

In an abundance of caution Harris Teeter, LLC of Matthews, NC is issuing a voluntary recall of Everroast