Archive for June 25, 2013
The ERS believes that the yearly economic cost of illness as a result of the E. coli bacteria is $478 million. That is an enormous expense, but still greater is the human cost of E. coli. E. Coli is a type of bacteria that is capable of producing a highly dangerous toxin. The symptoms of E. Coli include severe bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps. These symptoms typically appear two to three days after eating food that is contaminated with the bacteria. E. coli is believed to cause an estimated 73,000 cases of foodborne illness annually the United States. Sources of this deadly pathogen include beef, raw milk, and unpasteurized juices.
Meat that is not properly cooked at high enough temperatures is a notorious cause of foodborne illnesses like E. Coli. If you cook your own meat, you can make su
For anyone who has ever purchased a home, they realize that home buyers routinely invest tens of thousands of dollars into purchasing their homes. Often times, this means that they will go to great lengths to make sure that their homes feature the highest quality and most attractive products as possible. Although there are countless ways that homeowners can achieve these ends, choosing the right types of doors can add considerable beauty, sturdiness, and convenience to any home.
When homeowners think about home renovation, you rarely seem to hear anything said about doors and windows. Instead, most of the talk is about remodeling the kitchen, bathroom, or adding a deck. However, adding the perfect style of door can change the entire look and feel of a home. Whether homeowners choose to replace their current door