Food Safety News - July 21, 2018 E. coli outbreak sickens 8 in Norway; officials search for source

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E. coli outbreak sickens 8 in Norway; officials search for source

By Joe Whitworth

Norwegian authorities are investigating possible sources of an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 which has affected eight people. Folkehelseinstituttet (Norwegian Institute of Public Health) reported the illnesses began last month, with patients spread across the country. None of them have developed hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), which can develop in people with severe infections. People can become... Continue Reading

More parasitic infections linked to Del Monte, McDonalds

By Coral Beach

At least 400 people have been infected by Cyclospora parasites in two separate outbreaks associated with vegetable-dip trays from Del Monte and salads from McDonald's. There isn't any evidence to indicate the two multi-state outbreaks are related, according to the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  The CDC reported... Continue Reading

Federal officials post public alert about Hungry Man dinners

By Coral Beach

Federal officials on Friday posted a public health alert regarding certain Hungry Man frozen dinners because of concerns about Salmonella contamination of whey powder used to make them. One day earlier, Flowers Foods Inc. recalled swiss roll desserts from stores nationwide because Salmonella was found in whey powder used in their production. Government officials had... Continue Reading

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For Good Care Of Neck Pain Russellville Offers A Recommendable Destination

By Dorothy Hayes

Most pain in human body is caused by posture. Neck pain is one such pain and it does not have to originate from the neck itself. Its presence could be revealed by accompanying symptoms. Associate symptoms include numbness and headaches among several others. This does not mean that all pains in this part of the body are as a result of posture. To be on the safe side, it is advised to always find a balance between the gravity and the spinal cord. When in need of Experts in Neck Pain Russellville should be visited.

Failure to observe proper posture can create muscular fatigue, joint compression and musculoskeletal imbalances. These imbalances will lead to tightness and pain around the neck. Other causes include injuries such as those related to car accidents, sports accidents or falls. They can cause sprain which basically forces the neck to move beyond the normal range of muscles. Hence resulting to pain and possibly swelling.

Age is also another aspect that causes these pains. As people become older, their spine undergoes changes especially in the discs and joints. This can also be accelerated by poor posture over a long period of time. This results in stiffness or swelling of joints, leading to various ailments. Research indicates that the pain can be accelerated by emotional stress.

Stress has been identified to hold patterns of the neck by contracting the shoulder muscles. In case of an injury, these pains may aggravate or prolong healing of the injury. This is why pains should be addressed as quickly as possible in order to prevent future problems that can result to health issues. Several measures can be taken in order to prevent these pains.

Posture awareness at all times is important. Every person should know what the right posture is to curd the prevalence of these pains. Handling everything the right way after an accident is a sure way of dealing with the pains. Take a rest and apply ice on injured areas is what one should do. Doing this takes away the pressure while decreasing swelling.

Stretching and exercising daily is advised to help relax the muscles. One sure way for ache relief is through massage. Massage is good as it increases circulation of blood in the affected spot. Working at eye level and breaking from work as many times as possible is good for the neck too.

Encouraging pain-free movement, especially after an injury is very important. After an injury, necks tend to get stiffer and may require support to restrict sudden movements that might cause aching. One is required to start with gentle movements in order to help regain full range of motion and also to help reduce swelling.

Neck issues are mostly addressed through simple home remedies and others require OTC drugs. If the problem is persistent after medication, one should consider visiting a doctor since it may require expert examination. Online and health magazines can provide simple exercises to help with necks. A visit to a fitness expert to find fitness exercises to engage in can also help a lot.

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