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12 Jul 2014, 11:01 am by maanee763
The landmark case resulting from such a fight, GTB v Director, MDNR, et al, was upheld on appeal in 1998, and proved to be a great victory for Indian treaty rights. [read post]
20 Feb 2017, 5:03 pm by Bill Marler
Children may excrete HAV longer than adults.[29] Seventy percent of HAV infections in children younger than six years of age are asymptomatic; in older children and adults, infection tends to be symptomatic with more than 70% of those infected developing jaundice.[30] Symptoms typically begin about 28 days after contracting HAV, but can begin as early as 15 days or as late as 50 days after exposure.[31] The symptoms include muscle aches, headache, anorexia (loss of appetite), abdominal… [read post]
5 Jun 2011, 8:04 am
Foods that have been sources of contamination include ground beef, venison, sausages, dried (non-cooked) salami, unpasteurized milk and cheese, unpasteurized apple juice and cider (Cody, et al., 1999), orange juice, alfalfa and radish sprouts (Breuer, et al., 2001), lettuce, spinach, and water (Friedman, et al., 1999). [read post]
28 Jul 2008, 5:45 pm
Foods that have been sources of contamination include ground beef, venison, sausages, dried (non-cooked) salami, unpasteurized milk and cheese, unpasteurized apple juice and cider (Cody, et al., 1999), orange juice, alfalfa and radish sprouts (Breuer, et al., 2001), lettuce, spinach, and water (Friedman, et al., 1999). [read post]