Risk to health and life: scientists named the most harmful foods

Meat has the most negative impact on the environment and poses the risk of premature death, according to a study by an Anglo-American group of scientists, published in the journal PNAS. A group of scientists from the University of Oxford (UK) and Minnesota (USA) analyzed the impact of 15 different types of food on ...

Dangerous to health: 8 things not recommended to do in the heat

“Lifehacker” offers to spend the summer without heatstroke and poisoning. 1. Drink sweet soda A refrigerator filled with misted cans of sugary soft drinks just beckons on a hot day. It seems that the ice fizzy will perfectly quench your thirst and refresh you. In fact, it is not ...

Causes Acute Hepatitis: FDA Recalls Popular US Drinking Water

The bottled water brand is potentially linked to multiple cases of non-viral hepatitis, according to a report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Best Life reported. The FDA says at least five children and babies have developed non-viral hepatitis, which could be ...

Deadly risk: dangerous toys for children are sold in the USA

With the holidays approaching, the hunt for gifts begins, including for kids. But not all children's toys are created equal. This year, according to a new report from researchers, a set of tools with small parts, toys with a high level ...

Fire, Poisoning, or Injury Risk: 6 Hazardous Products Recalled from U.S. Stores

Each person has their own list of tasks to help keep their home safe, from locking doors at night to replacing batteries in smoke detectors twice a year. But there are also completely unexpected sources of danger that you may have at home, ...

Infected with dangerous bacteria: popular napkins are withdrawn from sale in the USA

Kimberly-Clark is recalling some of its Cottonelle Flushable Wipes due to the possible presence of bacteria that can lead to infection in some people, writes CNN. The bacteria found in the affected wipes are called pluralibacter gergoviae and can cause infectious diseases in humans ...

Health and Life Risk: FDA Expands List of Dangerous Sanitizers Again

The list of hand sanitizers that consumers absolutely should not use has increased again: now there are 135 positions, writes Pennlive. The FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) has been warning consumers about disinfectants since mid-June ...

Deadly danger: large consignments of fruits and vegetables are recalled from US stores

Freshouse II, LLC, a Salisbury, North Carolina-based company, is recalling a number of brands of potatoes, lemons, limes, organic limes and oranges due to potential contamination by the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes, RealSimple writes. The voluntary recall was issued following a routine internal audit, during which Freshouse II identified ...

Risk of seizures, coma and death: dangerous nasal sprays are withdrawn from sale in the USA

In the United States, three forms of nasal spray are being withdrawn from the market because they may contain too much artificial hormone used in the treatment of certain diseases and conditions, including diabetes and frequent urination, writes CBS News. According to a post that I posted on Wednesday August 5th, ...

Risk of cancer and heart disease: Whole Foods sells arsenic water

Consumer Reports tests have found potentially dangerous levels of arsenic in Whole Foods bottled water, USA Today writes. Whole Foods' Starkey Spring Water still contains potentially dangerous levels of arsenic, according to new tests by Consumer Reports. Bottled water sold in ...

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