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Crown Pacific Fine Foods Recalls Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Peanuts Because of Possible Health Risk (February 7)
submitted by DrKennedy 1356 days ago (via fda.gov)
Crown Pacific Fine Foods, Kent, WA is recalling SUGAR FREE (S/F) MILK CHOCOLATE PEANUTS distributed between April 3, 2007 and February 6, 2009 with the lot code of 07059, because of the possible health risk of being potentially contaminated with Salmonella.
 
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Stop and Shop Issues a Voluntary Recall of Simply Enjoy Sweet and Salty Mixed Nuts (February 6)
submitted by DrKennedy 1356 days ago (via fda.gov)
Following notification from the manufacturer, The Stop and Shop Supermarket Company has recalled its Simply Enjoy Sweet and Salty Mixed Nuts. The item was removed from store shelves because the product contains peanuts supplied by Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) and has the potential to be contaminated with salmonella bacteria.
 
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Tropical Nut and Fruit of Orlando Recalls Peanut Corporation of America Granulated Peanuts Because of Possible Health Risk (February 2)
submitted by DrKennedy 1356 days ago (via fda.gov)
In connection with the January 28, 2009 expanded recall announcement issued by Peanut Corporation of America (PCA), the company wishes to highlight important information regarding several of its products.
 
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Country Home Bakers Recalls Frozen Peanut Butter Cookie Dough (February 4)
submitted by DrKennedy 1356 days ago (via fda.gov)
As a result of the expansion of the Peanut Corporation of America's Salmonella recall, Country Home Bakers of Atlanta, Georgia is initiating a nationwide recall of raw, frozen peanut butter cookie dough distributed to Food Service and Retail customers because of possible health risks.
 
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Exotic Meats USA Announces Urgent Statewide Recall of Elk Tenderloin Because It May Contain Meat Derived From An Elk Confirmed To Have Chronic Wasting Disease (February 9)
submitted by DrKennedy 1356 days ago (via fda.gov)
Exotic Meats USA of San Antonio, TX is initiating a voluntary recall of Elk Tenderloin because it may contain meat derived from an elk confirmed to have Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). The meat with production dates of December 29, 30 and 31, 2008 was purchased from Sierra Meat Company in Reno, NV. The infected elk came from Elk Farm LLC in Pine Island, MN and was among animals slaughtered and pr
 
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Choosing The Right Wedding Favors For Your Big Day | E-Book Store
submitted by ferd2008 898 days ago (via feedproxy.google.com)
Choosing wedding favors takes more thought than one would imagine. There are a great many things to factor into the decision that make it an interest part of the wedding planning process. It is a good idea to have the theme of your wedding well thought out before you choose the wedding favors. If your wedding is going to be in a particular color scheme, and most of them are, you may decide on smal
 
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Draft Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Establishing the Performance Characteristics of In Vitro Diagnostic Devices for the Detection or Detection and Differentiation of Human Papillomaviruses
submitted by DrKennedy 1146 days ago (via fda.gov)
FDA is issuing this draft guidance to provide industry and agency staff with recommendations for studies to establish the analytical and clinical performance of in vitro diagnostic devices (IVDs) intended for the detection, or detection and,,,
 
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Critical Molecule To Celiac Disease, Possibly Other Autoimmune Disorders, Pinpointed By UM Scientists
submitted by DrKennedy 1146 days ago (via medicalnewstoday.com)
It was nine years ago that University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers discovered that a mysterious human protein called zonulin played a critical role in celiac disease and other autoimmune disorders, such as multiple sclerosis and diabetes. Now, scientists have solved the mystery of zonulin's identity, putting a face to the name, in a sense. Scientists led by Alessio Fasano, M.D.
 
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New Type 2 Diabetes Gene Identified
submitted by DrKennedy 1146 days ago (via medicalnewstoday.com)
Researchers have identified a gene that may promote insulin resistance, one of the key factors in the development of Type 2 diabetes. Imperial College London scientists say the IRS1 gene controls how the body responds to insulin, and that a variation in the gene's DNA promotes insulin resistance.
 
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Large Thighs - Protection Against Heart Disease?
submitted by DrKennedy 1146 days ago (via medicalnewstoday.com)
A new study of 3,000 people has claimed men and women with thighs over 60cm (23.6in) in circumference have a lower risk of heart disease and early death. People with narrow thighs may not have enough muscle mass to use insulin properly, raising the risk of diabetes and, in turn, heart disease, the researchers say.
 
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