Making Your Second Dinner Table Safe

April 4th, 2008

Food Safety Tips for the Office

You’re probably familiar with the common kitchen rules– cooking meat thoroughly, disinfecting surfaces– but perhaps you haven’t given much thought to the OTHER place you likely eat the most!

70 percent of Americans eat at their desks or at work on a regular basis, so concern over cleanliness should be a top priority to avoid illness.

  • Monitor refrigeration. Perishable foods (sandwiches, leftovers) can spoil if left unrefrigerated for more than two hours. Utilize your company’s fridge or use an insulated lunch bag.

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Natural remedy for maintaining anal health and supporting regular soft stools

April 4th, 2008

Soothing relief…

We might not think of the anal area as a place where Circulation is important, but skin, veins and capillaries in the tissues surrounding the anal opening need a healthy supply of oxygen-rich blood as much as our other body structures do.

The skin surrounding the anus is particularly sensitive and can become irritated at the slightest provocation. This can then make the simple task of sitting on a hard surface or the more difficult task of passing hardened stool extremely uncomfortable.

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