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12 Dangerous Signs to look out for while Grocery Shopping

July 23, 2019 by

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12 Dangerous Signs To Look Out For While Grocery Shopping. Grocery stores are a breeding ground for many different dangers to your health and wallet. Not all grocery stores are created and maintained equally, but anywhere that hundreds of humans regularly intermingle at once is bound to be germy. The grocery store is no exception. […]

5 Ways to Avoid Getting Sick at the Supermarket

April 20, 2016 by

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(Reuters) You can buy all the protein and produce you want, but if you don’t handle it the right way at the supermarket, the healthiest food can still make you sick. Follow these smart safety strategies to protect your groceries as soon as you pick them up to the moment you store them in your […]

These are the dirtiest places in every supermarket

December 7, 2015 by

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by Dan Myers Let’s face it: Everything around us is pretty dirty. Even if we wash our hands regularly and make sure that our living and working spaces are clean, the world is still an insanely germy place. Unfortunately, the same can be said for where we buy (and eat) our food. As a rule […]

Does Tea Benefits Outweigh the Harms? Cheaper Supermarket Teas Could Cause Fluoride, Dental & Bone Related Illnesses

July 27, 2013 by

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For centuries, tea has been used in alternative medicine to treat everything from cancer to constipation. Recent research supports these claims: Studies have shown that tea may protect against heart disease, Alzheimer’s and many types of cancer, according to Dr. Oz. Drinking some cheaper supermarket tea blends can push people’s fluoride intake over daily recommended […]

Wellesley, MA Health Dept. Conducts E.Coli Investigation

June 17, 2013 by

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Wellesley Health Department (WHD) received notice by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s (MDPH) surveillance system on June 12, 2013 of a case of E-Coli in a Wellesley, MA  resident. The public health nurse at WHD promptly began an investigation. This investigation has expanded to include the State health department (MDPH), as well as WHD […]