Hygiene Tips

Hygiene tips in everyday language.

September 19, 2011
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Salmonella, the usual suspect for Food Poisoning

Simply put, Salmonella poisoning (also known as Salmonellosis) is an intestinal infection caused by bacteria that are transmitted through food. Salmonella can affect everyone but is especially dangerous for children and elderly people as well as anyone with weakened immune … Continue reading

September 4, 2011
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Hand Washing: the Cornerstone of Personal and Food Hygiene

Hand washing is arguably the single most important hygiene practice and the cornerstone of good personal as well as food hygiene and a practice of supreme importance in medical safety. Good hand washing will help you avoid many problems such … Continue reading

August 8, 2011
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Raw and Stored Food Hygiene

One of the most important aspects of Food hygiene revolves around keeping food fresh and free of any harmful agents that may cause health problems if ingested.   Food Storage Raw food as well as food in most forms requires … Continue reading

August 3, 2011
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Food Hygiene Hazards and how to avoid them 101: From bread mold to killer neurotoxins.

Every nasty thing that can grow on food can be potentially dangerous and sometimes even deadly. Be it cooked, raw or processed, food in any form can potentially harbor molds, fungi, various parasites as well as harmful bacteria and the … Continue reading