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    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested Tuesday that there might be a need for criminal charges at Abbott Nutrition after the contamination that sparked the empty baby formula shelves across the U.S.  'That's sinful,' the California Democrat said. 'I think that when all of this is done ... I think there might be a need for an indictment.'  The speaker raised the possibility during a press conference with House Appropriations Committee Chair Rep. Rosa DeLauro, who vowed that her panel will investigate Abbott Nutrition.  The pair of Democrats also unveiled a $28 million aid bill to help put formula back on the shelves.  An Abbott Nutrition manufacturing plan in Sturgis, Michigan shuttered in February after four infants who drank its formula were hospitalized with a rare bacteria infection. Two babies died after consuming the product, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced an investigation into potential contamination.  Pelosi said she intends to pass the emergency funding legislation this week, as well as a related measure from Rep. Jahana Hayes, D-Conn., to expand access to formula for vulnerable families.  The bill would...
    Democratic Rep. Rosa DeLauro tore into federal regulators and industry amid the persistent nationwide infant milk shortage – and accuses the Food and Drug Administration of having 'dragged its feet' on the issue. The powerful House Appropriations Committee chair cited a whistleblower's report she made public in October, and vowed to scrutinize the episode in upcoming hearings.    'I want to hold the bad actors whomever they are accountable,' she said in a web chat Monday.   'Parents are desperate,' the longtime Democratic lawmakers said.  Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.), who chairs the House Appropriations Committee, said the FDA 'dragged its feet' after baby formula manufacturer Abbott was found to have produced contaminated product She has scheduled a public hearing for Thursday with FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, and has invited the head of Abbott, whose Michigan facility was shut down after a security recall, to come and testify 'about what they did do and what they did not do.'  'I'm looking at a company that has put profit over people, and it's plain wrong. The company was aware of the failure and they attempted...
    Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is recalling five batches of its hypertension drug Accupril after it was found to contain chemicals that can cause cancer.  The recall comes after research found that batches of the drug contained increased levels of a cancer-causing agent, nitrosamine. It was announced on March 22 and involves five batches of pills, each containing 90 bottles. Pfizer says those bottles may have been split into smaller prescriptions, and has urged any doctor or pharmacist who dealt with the shipments in question to contact them immediately.   The drugs were distributed in the United States and Puerto Rico between December 2019 and April 2022, a Pfizer news release said.  In the statement, Pfizer described the recall as 'voluntary.'  A statement from Pfizer described the recall as 'voluntary'  Accupril works by widening the blood vessels allowing blood to travel more freely and for the heart to work more efficiently  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Health chiefs stick to 'reckless' decision to scrap free flu... Unvaccinated Red Sox players will be banned from upcoming... ...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Milk cartons sent to Boston Public Schools from Garelick Farms in Franklin were contaminated with sanitizer, WBZ News has learned. The tainted milk was distributed to at least three schools in Boston – Winship Elementary, the Jackson-Mann School and the Rafael Hernandez School. READ MORE: Sons Of Boston Liquor License Suspended After Bouncer Charged With Killing Marine VeteranGarelick Farms told WBZ-TV it received a complaint about a watery substance found in some milk that it delivered to Boston Public Schools. An inspection report issued Wednesday shows that some younger students reported to a teacher’s assistant that the milk “smelled funny” and that one carton “had a very strong smell of bleach.” Inspectors do not believe students drank any of the compromised milk, which had sell-by dates of April 10th and April 11th. “We immediately took action to retrieve any potentially affected product and began testing this product to verify there is no food safety risk associated with this product,” Garelick said. “After a detailed review, it was determined that food-grade sanitizer diluted with water was introduced during...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Fresh Express is recalling a long list of salad items sold in several states, including Massachusetts and New Hampshire, because they may be contaminated with Listeria. The recall was initiated by the detection of Listeria in a 9-ounce package of “Sweet Hearts” salad mix at an Illinois factory. Salad products from that facility were also sent to stores in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Main, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota and Wisconsin. READ MORE: Passport Book Fees To Increase By $20 Next WeekRecalled salad items have product codes Z324 through Z350 below the Use-By dates. Click here for a full list of recalled products. READ MORE: Woburn Woman Sherell Pringle Reported Missing, Police Looking To Speak With Her Boyfriend A Use-By date on a recalled Fresh Express salad product (Photo credit: Fresh Express) Listeria can cause serious illness and sometimes death in young children, the elderly and others with weakened immune systems. Miscarriages and stillbirths is also a possible risk of Listeria infection in pregnant women. Symptoms...
    A company recalled nearly 11,000 pounds of pepperoni products because they may have been contaminated with bacteria that can cause illness. Smithfield Packaged Meats Corp. has recalled about 10,990 pounds of ready-to-eat pepperoni products after routine product testing found they may be contaminated with Bacillus cereus, according to an announcement from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service on Tuesday, Dec. 14. The products were produced and packaged on June 17, and were shipped to retail locations across the US. According to the USDA, the following product is included in the recall: 8-oz. plastic shrink-wrapped packages containing unsliced pepperoni “Margherita PEPPERONI” with lot code P1931C and a “use by date” of 12-14-21 represented on the label. The recalled products have establishment number "EST. 19" in the USDA mark of inspection. The USDA said B. cereus can cause diarrhea and vomiting, and those with compromised immune systems are at risk for more severe illness. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions linked to the products, the USDA said. Those who purchased the products are urged not to...
    WALMART is recalling an aromatherapy room spray after learning it may be hazardous and contain a rare bacteria. The “Better Homes & Gardens Lavender & Chamomile Essential Oil Infused Aromatherapy Room Spray with Gemstone” sold at the big box store has been tied to four cases of a dangerous bacteria called “Burkholderia pseudomallei” which causes melioidosis. 2Walmart is recalling nearly 4,000 aromatherapy room spray bottles fearing they may be hazardous and contain a rare and dangerous bacteriaCredit: AP 2The big box store has been tied to four cases of “Burkholderia pseudomallei” which causes melioidosisCredit: Getty FOUR STATES, TWO DEATHS The potentially fatal condition is commonly found in contaminated water and soil and it's especially hard to diagnose.  The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) cited the product and confirmed that it is “recalling nearly 4,000 bottles.” So far this year, cases have been discovered in Georgia, Kansas, Minnesota and Texas.  Two of the patients, including one child, have died. RECALL 'IMMEDIATELY' "CPSC immediately reached out to Walmart to work with the company to get this product out of consumers hands,"...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food and Drug Administration and state and local health agencies are investigating the origin of a rare, multi-state tuberculosis outbreak after more than 100 patients may have been infected during spinal surgery or fracture repairs this past spring. The procedures used a bone repair product called FiberCel Fiber Viable Bone Matrix, a malleable bone putty developed by regenerative medicine company Aziyo Biologics which uses human cells and is used in a variety of orthopedic procedures, according to the Washington Post. FiberCel Fiber Viable Bone Matrix (Photo courtesy of Aziyo Biologics) Aziyo issued a voluntary recall notice on June 2 of 154 units of FiberCel, all derived from a single donor, that were shipped to 37 facilities across 20 states, according to the CDC. The Post reported that a total of 113 patients received the recalled product, with eight patients dying after their procedures, though the cause of death is still being determined. DELTA VARIANT CASES RISING IN U.S., MIDWEST SHOWING HIGHER RATE THAN NATIONAL AVERAGE The CDC warned in a...
    U.S. health officials are investigating a rare tuberculosis outbreak in people who had spinal surgery they believe is linked to a contaminated bone repair product. Last spring, more than 100 spinal surgery patients may have been exposed to TB bacteria through a product called FiberCel - a malleable bone putty that includes human cells and is used in a variety of orthopedic procedures, the Washington Post reported.    FiberCel is produced by Aziyo Biologics Inc., a regenerative medicine company.  Earlier this month the biotech company recalled a single lot of the product after one hospital reported that seven out of 23 patients who received FiberCel developed post-surgical infections, and four of these tested positive for TB, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.   Aziyo's president and chief executive officer confirmed the voluntary recall and said the company will cooperate with investigations.  'We are committed to a thorough, timely and transparent investigation into the root cause of these infections,' he said in a statement.  FiberCel is produced by Aziyo Biologics Inc., (pictured) a regenerative medicine company Tuberculosis (TB)...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A dog food which was meant to be trashed due to potential salmonella contamination ended up on store shelves and is now being recalled. The affected product is one lot of Freshpet Select Small Dog Bite Size Beef & Egg Recipe Dog Food sold at select Publix and Target stores, Freshpet announced Sunday. READ MORE: Eric Clapton And Van Morrison Set To Perform At Hard Rock Live The one pound bags have a sell by date of 10/30/2021. The Retail UPC Code is 62797502939 and the Lot Code is 1421FBP0101. (Source: U.S. Food and Drug Administration) Freshpet said this single lot was supposed to be destroyed, but was inadvertently shipped to retailers in limited geographic markets between June 7 to June 10, 2021. No other Freshpet products or lot codes are impacted by this recall. Salmonella can affect animals eating the product and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products or any surfaces exposed to these products. Dogs with Salmonella infections may be lethargic...
    A popular pet food product is being recalled due to potential Salmonella contamination. Nature Balance Pet Foods announced a voluntary recall of a pair of cat food products that were sold nationwide both online and in retailers that could be contaminated with Salmonella. The Food and Drug Administration announced the recall following a routine state surveillance sample from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Products being recalled include five and 10-pound bags of “Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Green Pea & Chicken Formula Dry Cat Food.” The five-pound bag has a retail UPC code of “2363300233;” The 10-pound bag has a retail UPC code of “2363300235.” Both products have a lot code of “1008080 06:42N811202:20,” and “Best if Used by Date” of March 10, 2022. No other Natural Balance Pet Foods products are subject to recall or pose a threat to any pets or people. According to the FDA, Salmonella can infect cats by eating a product contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. Symptoms of Salmonella infection in cats may include vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, fever, or excessive salivation. “If your pet has...
    Thousands of pounds of a ready-to-eat ham product that was distributed to institutions across the country have been recalled due to possible Salmonella contamination. Canada-based Olymel S.E.C./L.P. is recalling 6,804 pounds of products that could be contaminated, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced this week. The ham items subject to recall were packaged on Nov. 5, 2020, and be viewed above. According to FSIS, 12-pound vacuum-packed “Celebrity Extra Lean Imported Ham 98% Fat-Free” with the following product codes printed on the side of the packaging are being recalled: 20309 11 – 91; 20309 21 – 91; 20309 31 – 91; 20309 41 – 91; 20309 51 – 91. FSIS noted that the products subject to recall bear Canadian establishment number 180 inside the Canadian inspection mark located below the ingredient list. The problem was first discovered when FSIS collected a routine product import sample that confirmed positive for the presence of Salmonella Enteritidis­­­. There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. Consumption of food contaminated with...
    New York : The recall, which affects about 2,100 10-ounce cartons of Classic Hummus, was initiated after a routine evaluation by the FDA. Photo: Spencer Platt / . The Sabra Dipping Company is recalling a popular hummus product from the shelves over concerns that it may be contaminated with salmonella. The recall, which affects approximately 2,100 10-ounce Classic Hummus cartons, was initiated after a routine evaluation by the FDA.. The affected products were made on February 10, 2021, and are marked with an expiration date of April 26, as reported by Fox Business. The packages were distributed in 16 states, although the FDA recall notice noted that it is unlikely that these products will no longer be on store shelves. So far, no illnesses related to the product have been reported, but consumers who have purchased it in the states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Indiana, Mississippi, Maine, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, New Jersey, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin should return it to the place of purchase or contact the company for a refund....
    Trader Joe's shoppers, look out.Tesoros Trading Co. is recalling some of its frozen Trader Joe's Lightly Salted Edamame products because they may be contaminated with listeria, according to an announcement from the US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday.The potentially contaminated product was only sold at Trader Joe's stores in Arizona, Southern California, southern Nevada and in certain parts of Utah.The recalled edamame comes in a 16-ounce plastic package with the lot numbers 22LA102M, 22LA102N, 22LA102P. It has been removed from sale and destroyed, the FDA said.Anyone who may have bought the frozen edamame is being urged to return the product to Trader Joe's for a full refund, the FDA said.Listeria is a bacterial infection that typically goes away quickly. It can cause short-term symptoms like a fever, headache, stiffness, nausea, diarrhea and abdominal pain. However, the infection can be fatal for the elderly, children and those with weakened immune systems.
    Most Americans believe LGBTQ people are legally protected from discrimination. Theyre not. Europes COVID-19 outbreak is worsening from disaster to catastrophe, as the US scrambles to contain its third wave Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If You Use This Mouthwash, Get Rid of It Right Now If you've been trying to be extra on top of your oral hygiene routine lately after reading about the effects of mouthwash on COVID, you're not alone. But before you go for your next rinse, you need to check the bottle and make sure you're not using one kind of mouthwash in particular. Sunstar Americas, Inc. (SAI) has issued a notice voluntarily recalling its Paroex Chlorhexidine Gluconate Oral Rinse USP mouthwash, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported on Oct. 28. The mouthwash recall announcement was triggered by fears that the product may be contaminated with the bacteria Burkholderia lata. Anyone who is "in possession...
    Inside Sammy Hagar’s Lakefront Chateau Freiburger: Is “Car-Guy TV Goofing Journalist” a Job? Jenelle Evans denies that her makeup kits are contaminated with fungus Former "Teen Mom" star Jenelle Evans is firing back at a claim that her makeup kits contain mold. © Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock Jenelle Evans Over the past month, the controversial reality TV star has been feuding with a makeup reviewer on Instagram. The online back-and-forth began after the woman, Rachel Pellegriti, was unimpressed with the product, claiming the eyebrow colors had mold and dirt in the pallet. Another friend, Rachel alleged, received a similar inferior product from JE Cosmetics. After a volatile conversation, much of which was posted to Instagram, Rachel alleged that she sent the makeup kit to a professional lab to be tested. On July 27, Rachel posted an alleged report in which mold and fungus are detected. Once the alleged lab results were posted, Jenelle stood by the product, while also implying that Rachel was simply an attention seeker. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rachel Pellegriti (@makeup_rachelll) on Jul 27,...
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