Master Doctor Search: Restaurant employees
How calorific are starters at YOUR favourite restaurants including Nando's, Zizzi and Pizza Hut?
One in four starters contain more than 600 calories, according to researchers at University of Liverpool who analysed more than 1,000 dishes in UK restaurants.
5 days ago - Daily Mail
There isn't more Hepatitis A risk for restaurant workers; but they can spread it faster than others
Opinion America's food safety attorney Bill Marler, who by way of proper disclosure is also the publisher of Food Safety News, wants food handlers vaccinated for Hepatitis...
5 days ago - Food Safety
How America Lost Dinner
Right now, a box of food from a meal-kit company is probably moldering in my apartment building's mail room. I haven't been down there in a few days, so maybe there isn't one...
5 days ago - The Atlantic
Eating home-cooked meals reduces exposure to harmful chemicals, researchers say
Researchers have found that people reduce their exposure to harmful synthetic chemicals if they cook home-cooked meals rather than eat takeaways or at restaurants.
6 days ago - News Medical
Minnesota issues a report on Green Mill illnesses
Two clinical Salmonella Braenderup isolates submitted to the Minnesota Department of Health through routine surveillance at a family-friendly restaurant had indistinguishable...
6 days ago - Food Safety
Home-Cooked Meals Linked to Lower PFAS in the Body
People who tended to eat more fresh food and food prepared at home had slightly, but measurably lower levels of five “long-chain” PFAS chemicals in their blood compared to...
6 days ago - Web MD
Calorie content of popular UK restaurant chain dishes is too high, study finds
The calorie content of popular starters, sides and desserts served in UK restaurant chains is too high and only a minority meet public health recommendations, finds a...
6 days ago - News Medical
Ronan Farrow's New Book Details Rape Allegations Against Matt Lauer
The woman who accused Matt Lauer of rape has come forward Ronan Farrow's new book, “Catch and Kill,” will mostly chronicle the reporting he did to break the story that Harvey...
6 days ago - Scary Mommy - 2 articles
Gay, Transgender Rights in Spotlight as U.S. Supreme Court Returns
The U.S. Supreme Court kicks off its new term this week, with a major dispute on tap over whether a landmark decades-old federal anti-discrimination law that bars sex...
7 days ago - Medscape - 4 articles
Coding errors can cost you money and potentially a sale
By Karen Zupko As more orthopedic practices are approached for potential acquisition, our firm is engaged by buyers and sellers to evaluate the accuracy of coding and...
7 days ago - Healio
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Innovation in Central Venous Access Device Security: A Pilot Randomized...
Objectives: Central venous access devices enable many treatments during critical illness; however, 25% of pediatric central venous access devices fail before completion of...
New Study may Have the Reason Why Statins Cause Muscle Pain
Study from McMaster University has found a potential mechanism explaining why some people who take drugs to lower their cholesterol develop sore, aching muscles.
Machine learning Could warn of serious Drug-drug Interactions
If a patient takes more drugs, there is a greater chance of interactions between those drugs, which may cause long-term organ damage and even death. Machine learning system...
New Heart Attack Registry To Be Set Up to Study and Improve the Outcomes of...
Outcomes of Patients with STEMI are to be studied by the new heart attack register to increase the success rates and improve the treatment of the patients.
Does Migration During a Older Age Affect Mental Health?
Migration seems to take a heavy toll on the mental health of Immigrants age 65 and older compared to their counterparts born in the United States.
World Food Day 2019: FAO Calls for Boosting Millets to Fight Malnutrition
India and the FAO of the United Nations jointly proposed to declare the year 2023 as the International Year of Millets, which are one of the common climate-resilient...
New AI and Big Data Model Influences Future Medical Treatments
Artificial intelligence/machine learning and big data were found to predict which research will influence future medical treatments, said researchers.
Smart Speaker can Track Baby's Breathing Pattern Using White Noise
New smart speaker device called BreathJunior acts as a monitor for infant breathing patterns while playing white noise to soothe them to sleep.
Climate Change may Impact Future Outbreaks of Tularemia
Climatic changes may affect future tularemia outbreaks and other infectious diseases in high-latitude and other world regions, reveals a new study.
Steroid Injections may Damage Joints
Corticosteroid injections may be linked to complications that potentially accelerate the destruction of the joint and may hasten the need for total hip and knee replacements.