Going fishing and/or eating fish is a common activity. But did you know that certain fish can cause poisonings in humans?
Food Poisoning Archive
Heading to a party or cookout this summer? Don’t invite food poisoning. At outdoor parties and cookouts, the temperature of food can change, allowing bacteria to grow. Germs and bacteria on your food can cause food poisoning.
Each season comes with different poison hazards that we need to keep in mind. Although we are still coping with COVID-19, poisonings continue to happen. Below, we share some tips to help you stay poison safe during the fall season.
Welcome to the first edition of our home safety series. More than 90% of poisonings happen in the home. Keep an eye out for these potential poisons in your kitchen, and make sure you use and store them safely.
‘Tis the season for sharing special holiday meals with family and friends. Unfortunately, it is also the season for spreading germs and bacteria. Learn how to prevent food poisoning caused by some bacteria by following these food safety tips.