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Ebola: Will this be the end?

So many are being infected by this modern outbreak. What is it exactly? We still don’t know. But North American science is in action and we are slowly trying to tame this. In this article, health officials are working to reduce risks into the country though nothing is certain, vaccines are being slowly attempted for human trials. Let’s hope this is the answer, because so it seems this is slowing showing to become the next H1N1.

Let’s hope there is answers to this epidemic as this is killing thousands and on going.

Read http://m.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/canadian-made-ebola-vaccine-to-start-clinical-trials-in-healthy-humans/article21079505/?service=mobile for more detailed news.

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PS. Read this article about Ebola, and TAKE PRECAUTION:

http://news.sky.com/story/1355085/ebola-who-admits-it-botched-outbreak

 

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Eggs: Handle with Care

Eggs provide great nutrients, that’s assuring they are not poisonous.

Eggs can sometimes be contaminated with a bacteria called Salmonella, or other. It is important therefore to be wary of the eggs we are picking up and how to properly handle them.

Here are some of the usefulĀ  tips:

– Choose refrigerated eggs with clean a and uncracked shells.
– Pick up the eggs at the end of your shopping trip to keep them cold.
– Make sure eggs are graded Canada A with the maple leaf symbol.
– Alwsys keep your eggs cold
– Dont crack the shell until ready to use
– Eggs should never be kept in room temperature for more than two hours.
– Wash thoroughly with warm water and soap all materials used for handling raw eggs

Did you know?
Cookie dough and cake batters made with raw eggs could contain Salmonella and should not be eaten until they are cooked thoroughly.

For more important tips please visit:
http://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/eating-nutrition/safety-salubrite/eggs-oeufs-eng.php

Be Careful!