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Salad Salmonella Warning

Monday Jun 5th, 2017

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Salads are good for you, and pre-made, bagged salads are convenient, but be careful—even slight damage to greens in those bags can release juices that aid in the spread of salmonella. Most salad greens are exposed to salmonella bacteria as they grow in fields, from sources such as insects, bird droppings, and manure. Although the leaves are presumably cleaned before being packaged, the juices produced by breakage also increase the bacteria’s ability to form biofilms, which helps... [read more]

Mistakes To Avoid While Climbing The Ladder To Success

Monday Jun 5th, 2017

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Successful people know what they have to do to reach the top. Just as important, they know what not to do if they want to succeed. From the Success magazine website comes this list of activities to avoid on your way up: Going back to failed strategies. You’ll fail from time to time. Just be sure to recognize what you do wrong so you don’t keep repeating it. Pretending to be someone else. If you’re not being true to your personality, people will see it. Strive to make... [read more]

Why Can’t I Have A Boss Like That?

Monday Jun 5th, 2017

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Once there was a lab technician, named Sam. Sam had forgotten to open a critical valve on a piece of equipment he was using. The pressure built up in the system and caused it to malfunction. The resulting damage cost $250,000 to repair. The next week, Sam’s boss called him in to talk about it. Sam had already cleared his workspace, figuring that he was about to get fired. Sure enough, his boss started grilling him, asking why he didn't do a proper check of the equipment first,... [read more]

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