Food-Borne Illnesses Food-Borne Illnesses

A majority of reported food borne illness outbreaks, 8 in every 10, originate from food prepared in commercial settings. The most common cause of acute gastroenteritis in the United States, Norovirus, is perpetuated by sick food handlers in 53% of all cases. Other sources of foodborne illness include bacteria such as Salmonella and E. coli,…

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One in four adults suffer from mental illness, and only 36% receive treatment.  With this staggering statistic, it is important familiarize yourself with what causes mental illness, and how it manifests itself in daily life.  Bestmastersinpsychology.com has published an infographic detailing different types of mental illness and their causes. Educating yourself on the signs and…

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History of Gaming History of Gaming

The story of Gaming has seen some interesting milestones in history. Its evolution is both exciting and eclectic. One of history’s most enigmatic general’s, Napoleon, loved the game of Blackjack, while fiction’s most commercial commodity, James Bond, has often been associated with Baccarat. This and more facts are available in GamingClub.com/au’s informative and artistically appealing…

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Cost of Catastrophe Cost of Catastrophe

Natural disasters seem to be occurring at an alarming rate.  Hurricanes, tornadoes, fires and droughts are just a few of the disasters that impact our world.  These events cause catastrophic damage and untold loss every year.  In the past decade, disasters have cost more than $3.4 trillion.  Emergency-management-degree.org has analyzed the financial impact of these disasters, along…

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