Food poisoning is usually caused by how food is prepared or stored. Germs (bacteria) can grow in food if it is not handled right. Germs can also grow on any surface, including cutting boards and sponges.
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You should have three to five servings a day of vegetables and two to four servings a day of fruit, or a total of five to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables each day, according to the USDA. Here are some suggestions from the American Dietetic Association on how to boost the amount of fruit and vegetables you eat:
Taking a cruise? Leaving on a jet plane? Hitting the open road? Summer is the busiest season for family vacations. Some say half the fun is getting there; however, some of those who say that might not have children. Car rides, plane trips and even extended time on a cruise ship can be uncomfortable and boring for a disinterested child.
Sunglasses are an important weapon in the fight against skin cancer and cataracts. Chronic exposure of the eyes to sunlight increases the risks of cataracts and skin cancers of the eyelid. Health experts estimate more than 10 percent of cataracts suffered by Americans are UV-related. Wearing sunglasses that block 99 percent or more of UV radiation can help reduce the risk. Sunglasses that wrap around the…
Remember how smooth and soft your skin was as a child? There are a lot of tips and skin care products that help adults protect and take care of their skin, but really, good skin care habits should start when kids are young.