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Learn about the recall of potentially E. coli-infected meat within the US in this medical report.
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This is insider medicine in 60 from New Jersey. The Topp’s meat company recalled potentially E-coil infect meat has widen. And what is now being called one of the largest be free causing US history, the company is recalling over 21 million pounds of meat.
New verse cases of E-coil infection never cured across the US after eating big patty’s made by the company. The effects of E-coil can range from bloody diarrhea to death in some.
From Merland safety aspects are recommending that the FDI band the use of over the count of cough and cold medicines for those under the age of 6 years Over a year 30 year period more than 100 tests were associated with the use of either Decongestants or Antihistamines
From Barcelona a long terms that ever 70000 women has shown moderate Alcohol injection raises the risk of breast cancer, when you drink on average between 1 and 2 glasses per day had a 10% high risk for breast cancer, when compare to those with less than 1 drink per day. The risk grows by 30% and those who drink 3 or more glasses per day, the risk is the same for those who drink red wine, white wine or beer. Because when 1 in 8 women get breast cancer the real risk may increase to 1 in 6 for those who drink 3 or more glasses of alcohol per day.
And finally from Baltimore children who have TV in their rooms are more likely to be less emotionally reactive in study of over 2700 children show that 5 year old who have TV in their room are more likely to have behavior problems and be less and emotionally responsive or 40% of those in kinder garden had a TV in the room.
For insider medicines in 60 I am doctor Susan Sharma.