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  • Giant Food/Martin's Food Voluntary Recall Talenti Choclate Peanut Butter Cup Gelato

    Giant Food/Martin's Food Voluntary Recall Talenti Choclate Peanut Butter Cup Gelato
     Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets, following a recall by Talenti, says they have removed from sale chocolate peanut butter cup gelato due to possible salmonella contamination in the peanut butter. All sell by dates of the following product...
  • Giant removes Talenti gelato from shelves

    Giant Food has removed Talenti chocolate peanut butter cup gelato from its shelves after the manufacturer recalled the product, citing the possibility of salmonella contamination in the peanut butter. Giant said Monday the recall includes all sell-by...
  • Squirrel Positive for Plague Bacteria in Riverside County

    Squirrel Positive for Plague Bacteria in Riverside County
    IDYLLWILD, Ca. -- For the first time in nearly a decade, a ground squirrel in the San Jacinto Mountains tested positive for exposure to fleas infected with the bacteria that can cause bubonic plague. State health officials notified the Riverside County...
  • Giant and Martin's Food Markets recall Cascadian Farm organic Peanut Butter Chip Granola Bars

    Giant and Martin's Food Markets recall Cascadian Farm organic Peanut Butter Chip Granola Bars
    GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN'S Food Markets, following a recall by General Mills, announced it removed from sale Cascadian Farm Organic Peanut Butter Chip Granola Bars due to possible salmonella contamination in the peanut butter. The following product...
  • Peanut butter recalls spread to ice cream products

    Ice cream and granola bars are the latest products to be linked to widespread manufacturer recalls of some peanut butters and other nut products that started last month. In the past week, at least five manufacturers have recalled peanut butter flavored...
  • WSU student hospitalized with bacterial meningitis

    WSU student hospitalized with bacterial meningitis
    A Washington State University student is in critical condition at a Spokane hospital with a presumptive case of bacterial meningitis. According to Washington State University officials, the 19-year-old student was transported to Sacred Heart Medical...
  • Local Impact of Meningitis Scare

    Local Impact of Meningitis Scare
    The Food and Drug Administration releases a list which includes local hospitals that received steroids and other drugs from the New England business responsible for the recent meningitis outbreak Nationwide, 297 have gotten sick ,and 23 patients have...
  • Ticks: Early warm weather means these buggers are looking for warm-blood meal

    Ticks: Early warm weather means these buggers are looking for warm-blood meal
    This year’s unusually mild winter and the early onset  of warm temperatures means ticks have started stirring earlier this year and  are waiting for a fresh, warm-blood meal. And that puts outdoorsy  people on edge – especially those that...
  • Feral Cats to Be Trapped to Stop Spread of Typhus in OC

    Feral Cats to Be Trapped to Stop Spread of Typhus in OC
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) -- Authorities in Orange County plan to trap feral cats at two Santa Ana elementary schools as part of an effort to stop the spread of typhus. Orange County Vector Control will set traps at Frances E. Willard Intermediate...
  • Parents should take kids' flu symptoms seriously

     Parents should take kids' flu symptoms seriously
    In households with small children, flu symptoms are as routine as dirty socks. Take them seriously, though, warns a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), because the flu can kill healthy children within days. Among the...
  • Legionnaires' disease linked to Chicago hotel

    Legionnaires' disease linked to Chicago hotel
    Three cases of Legionnaires' disease have been linked to a downtown Chicago hotel, and public health officials and the hotel are reaching out to more than 8,000 people who stayed there to warn them of possible exposure. Guests who stayed at the...