September 14, 2021
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Palm oil is used for much more things than you might’ve previously guessed. It’s, in fact, the most consumed edible oil in the world. Many companies have started to use palm oil as a main ingredient and have never turned back. The oil is becoming so popular because of its unique characteristics. Even more so when the global demand for food is increasing. The demand is so big because it is world’s most versatile and vegetable oil. The production of palm oil however is not at all environmental friendly. This is why we must invest in producing sustainable palm oil.… Read the rest
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The same digestive tract bacterial infection that has forced the removal of gorillas and orangutans from their public habitats at the ABQ BioPark Zoo, is apparently responsible for the death Monday of Brian, a 32 year old siamang.
Brian began showing symptoms of illness over the weekend and zoo veterinarians and staff immediately began treating him, said BioPark spokesman Greg Jackson. Brian and the other siamangs were
The American Hospital Association supports hospitals and health systems that require their workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine, the group announced Wednesday.
AHA, which represents nearly 5,000 hospitals and health systems, joins dozens of providers and several associations that have also backed vaccine mandates for healthcare workers.
“The evidence is clear: COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective in reducing both the risk of becoming infected and spreading the virus to others,” AHA CEO Rick Pollack said in prepared remarks. “The AHA supports hospitals and health systems that choose, based on local factors, to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for their workforce. Doing
A man in Indiana developed a life-threatening infection with “flesh-eating” bacteria after eating raw oysters, according to news reports.
The 50-year-old, Patrick Baker, who lives in Anderson, Indiana, bought the oysters from a store and ate them raw, according to The Herald Bulletin. A few days later, he started to experience flu-like symptoms, and he developed purple blisters on his legs, along with pain, The Herald Bulletin reported.
Baker was taken to the hospital, where he was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis, a severe bacterial infection that destroys skin and muscle