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Chipotle reopening Northwest locations this week

The company acknowledged at the time that the E. coli outbreak affected customers who ate at six of its restaurants. "Especially in Mexican-style restaurant cases, where the similar products are used in multiple food items". However, Chipotle is not entirely in the clear yet. About 48 million cases of foodborne disease occur in the US annually, sending about 105,000 people to the hospital and resulting in 2,000 deaths, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and ...

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Chipotle to Reopen 43 Locations After No E. Coli Found

But the company voluntarily closed all of them on a temporary basis. A total of five were sickened after eating at a Chipotle restaurant at 1415 Broadway, according to Bill Marler, a Seattle food safety litigator representing one of those who got sick.

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Outraged women across India launch "Happy To Bleed" campaign on Facebook

Gopalakrishnan, chief of TDB that manages the temple,  said  he did not denigrate women and was only responding to reporters' queries during a press briefing with regard to possibilities of technology in ensuring that the temple strictures were not breached.

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Infant deaths from crib bumpers are rising

This number is nearly three times higher than the average during each of the three previous seven-year spans, when there were eight deaths tied to the use of crib bumpers reported to CPSC. "CPSC relies on death certificates to identify deaths caused by specific products". His death was ruled sudden infant death syndrome with no clear idea as to what caused it.

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Flip or Flop Host Tarek El Moussa's Cancer Found By Viewer

Tarek El Moussa, one of the stars of Flip or Flop spoke about battling Thyroid Cancer. "This is not a joke", Ryan writes in the email. "I'm a registered nurse. In August 2015, Tarek and Christina welcomed their second child, Brayden James, and Tarek admits to People that his cancer diagnosis changed his life quite a bit.

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Free drop-in sessions for National HIV Testing Week in Havering

RESIDENTS are being encouraged to order an HIV home-sampling test kit as part of National HIV Testing Week this week. The study has before the UN's health organ decided earlier this year that all people living with HIV should be given ARVs regardless of the level of CD4 immune cells in their body - a measure of HIV progression.