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Food Safety - In an Emergency

food  food safety  emergency links 

Listing of resources to find out how to keep food safe during and after an emergency, such as a flood, fire, national disaster, or the loss of power.

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NIEHS

Acrylamide

cigarette smoke  health  research  science  food  environment  high temperature  Acrylamide  fry  Maillard reaction 

Acrylamide is a chemical widely used during the manufacturing of paper, dye, and other industrial products. It can also be formed when certain foods are cooked at high temperatures. Frying, baking, or roasting certain foods, such as potatoes or grains, can create acrylamide. French fries and potato chips, for example, may have measurable acrylamide levels. Acrylamide is also found in cigarette smoke.

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NIEHS

Soy Infant Formula

health  research  science  food  infants  environment  formula  Isoflavones  Soy 

Soy formula is an infant food made using soy protein and other components. It is fed to infants as a supplement or replacement for human milk or cow milk formula.

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ODS

Calcium: Fact Sheet for Health Professionals

osteoporosis  food  nutrition  dietary supplement  Calcium  Lactose Intolerance  vitamin D  fact sheet  minerals  RDA  bone health  hypercalcemia  hypocalcemia  health professional 

Recommended intakes and sources of calcium, effects of deficiency and excess, groups at risk of inadequacy, and interactions with medications.

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ODS

Calcio: Hoja informativa para consumidores

osteoporosis  food  vitamin  nutrition  bone  huesos  dietary supplement  Calcium  vitamin D  fact sheet  minerals  nutrient  consumer  calcio  suplementos dieteticos  alimentos  minerales  nutrientes  nutricion  osteoporosis 

Aprender lo que es el calcio y lo que hace en el cuerpo, cuales alimentos son fuentes del calcio, y de los suplementos de calcio.

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ODS

Calcium: Fact Sheet for Consumers

osteoporosis  food  vitamin  nutrition  bone  dietary supplement  Calcium  vitamin D  fact sheet  minerals  nutrient  consumer 

Find out what calcium is and what it does in your body, what foods provide it, and about calcium supplements.

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NIDDK

Kidney Stones in Children

facts  prevention  food  symptoms  children  treatment  diabetes  causes  definition  eating  nutrition  diagnosis  diet  clinical trials  Diagnostic Tests  Urologic Diseases  CT Scan  Kidney Diseases  Kidney Stones  Calcium Oxalate 

Learn about the causes, symptoms, and diagnosis of kidney stones in children as well as prevention strategies and treatment options.

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CDC

Micronutrient Facts | IMMPaCt

health  food  program  healthy  nutrition  malnutrition  diet  folic acid  fortification  iron  folate  Vitamin A  micronutrient  micronutrients  iodone 

Micronutrients are dietary components, often called vitamins and minerals, which although only required by the body in small amounts, are vital to development, disease prevention, and wellbeing.

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CDC

Our Work | IMMPaCt | CDC

health  food  program  healthy  nutrition  malnutrition  diet  folic acid  fortification  iron  folate  Vitamin A  micronutrient  micronutrients  iodone 

This page provides information about IMMPaCt's projects. Learn more...

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CDC

Salmonella and Food | CDC Features

cook  food  chicken  salmonella  chill  outbreak  clean  food poisoning  Diarrhea  CDC Features  foodborne illness  food safety  separate  raw eggs 

You may know that Salmonella can contaminate poultry and eggs but it also sneaks its way into many other foods – ground beef, tuna, pork, tomatoes, sprouts, and even peanut butter. Learn what you can do to make your food safer to eat.

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