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Here Are the Symptoms of Salmonella–and Everything Else You Need to Know About the Cereal Recall

Here Are the Symptoms of Salmonella–and Everything Else You Need to Know About the Cereal Recall

Health
A total of 130 people have now fallen ill from a salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal in June. While no deaths have been reported, 34 people have been hospitalized with salmonellosis, the name for the infection from the bacteria. Just a month before the recall, 35 cases of salmonellosis and 11 hospitalizations were reported in a salmonella outbreak tied to eggs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning people not to eat any Honey Smacks and for retailers to stop selling the cereal. Similarly in May, the CDC warned consumers not to eat any eggs coming from Indiana-based Rose Acre Farms’ Hyde County facility in North Carolina. Here’s what you need to know about salmonella to stay s...
Here to stay, sea pickles are adapting comfortably to Pacific Northwest waters

Here to stay, sea pickles are adapting comfortably to Pacific Northwest waters

Science
July 20 (UPI) -- Sea pickles have been invading the waters along the coast of the Pacific Northwest for a few years. Now, new research suggests the cucumber-shaped colonial jellies, called pyrosomes, are here to stay. The pickles are bioluminescent -- pyrosome translates as "fire body." Each tube-like creature is actually many creatures, a colony of multi-celled organisms call zooids. "These animals may be able to survive in colder water than we previously thought possible, but what might really be contributing to their continued presence is that the food source off of our coast is right for them," Kelly Sutherland, a marine biologist at the University of Oregon, said in a news release. Sutherland and her researcher partners believe the lack of upwelling in the ocean has made for pickle-...
Here are the 10 worst states to start a new business

Here are the 10 worst states to start a new business

Finance
“Location, location, location” has been a real estate industry cliché for nearly a century and, since clichés are clichés because they are largely true (according to the well-known, er, cliché), the mantra still applies — and across many industries. To wit, a less-than-ideal location or failed geographic expansion was a factor in 9 percent of business start-up failures in a recent analysis of 101 shuttered new businesses from research firm CB Insights. Around one-fifth of all start-ups, in fact, don’t survive one year of operation, according to the U.S. Bureau of Statistics, reports WalletHub in its recent “2018’s Best & Worst States to Start A Business” ranking.Here’s a look at the 10 absolute worst U.S. state...
Here we go again! Cher makes Mamma Mia debut

Here we go again! Cher makes Mamma Mia debut

Entertainment
Cher makes a dramatic entrance into the Mamma Mia film franchise as she crashes her granddaughter's party, a new trailer has revealed.The final trailer for the sequel to 2008's smash hit has been released and shows the glamorous singer alongside Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep, Julie Walters and Colin Firth as well as Pierce Brosnan and Stellan Skarsgard.The trailer shows Cher in a white trouser suit, sunglasses and with bleached blonde hair landing on the island to make a "commitment to being a grandmother".When Sophie, played by Seyfried, tells her she wasn't invited, she responds: "That's the best kind of party, little girl."The second film will introduce three younger versions of the suitors pursuing Sophie's mother Donna (Streep), as her daughter tries to work out how her three fathers ...