Post written by Tiana Yom, MPH, CHES
In recent years, the United States has had several large outbreaks of illness caused by contaminated fruits and vegetables — including spinach, tomatoes, and lettuce. As fresh produce can be contaminated in various ways, the FDA recommends to choose produce that isn’t bruised or damaged, and make sure that pre-cut items — such as bags of lettuce and watermelon slices — are either refrigerated or on ice in the store and at home.
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I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am for the weekend of September 12-14! Ok, I’m a little nervous to be leaving the girls home alone with their daddy for the weekend, but I am anxiously anticipating what I believe will be one of the most valuable career experiences I will ever take part in. In less t… read more »