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In the case of suspected food borne illness, you should do all of the following except A. save the leftover suspected food, label it as “Danger,” and freeze it. B. discard the suspicious food. C. save the packaging (can or food label). D. write down the time consumed and the time of onset of symptoms.
Weegy: B. discard the suspicious food. User: You should call the Local Health Department if the suspected food was consumed at a large gathering or served at a restaurant. A. true B. false Weegy: True. User: All of the following are true about E-Coli except which? A. E-coli can come from contaminated water. B. E-coli can come from uncooked fruits and vegetables. C. E-coli can be transmitted from person to person. D. E-coli does not present itself with symptoms of diarrhea or nausea. Weegy: D. E-coli does not present itself with symptoms of diarrhea or nausea. User: Salmonella is associated with all of the following except which? A. Undercooked eggs B. Pasteurized milk C. Raw dairy products D. Poultry Weegy: B. Pasteurized milk Please select "Good" if you liked this answer so that we can make weegy smarter! User: . Salmonella often presents itself with symptoms of nausea, stomach pain, diarrhea, fever, chills and headache. A. true B. false Weegy: A. True Please select "Good" if you liked this answer so that we can make weegy smarter! User: Which of the food borne illnesses discussed affects the central nervous system? A. Listeria B. Clostridium Botulinum C. E-Coli D. Salmonella Weegy: A. Listeria (More)
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Clostridium Botulinum is a food-borne illness which affects the central nervous system.
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Milk and dariy products are good sources of this mineral. A. Sodium B. Iron C. Calcium D. Zinc
Weegy: C. Calcium. Milk and dairy products are good sources of Calcium. User: Like calcium, this mineral also helps form healthy bones and teeth. A. Sodium B. Phosphorus C. Potassium D. Iron (More)
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Like calcium, this mineral also helps form healthy bones and teeth. The answer is B. Phosphorus.
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All of the following are classified as trace minerals except which? A. Zinc B. Copper C. Sodium D. Chromium User: Which mineral was added to salt in the 1920s? A. Calcium B. Phosphorous C. Magnesium D. Iodine
Weegy: D. Iodine l was added to salt in the 1920's. :) (More)
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Zinc, copper and chromium are trace elements. Sodium is not, as it is abundant in salt found in sea water.
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The deficiency condition of vitamin D is known as Rickets. A. true B. false User: Vitamin K plays an important role in helping your blood to clot. A. true B. false
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The predominant cause of the disease Rickets is a deficiency in Vitamin D.
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Which mineral was added to salt in the 1920s? A. Calcium B. Phosphorous C. Magnesium D. Iodine
Weegy: Iodine was added to salt in the 1920s. User: In the 1930s, they began fortifying milk with vitamin D. A. true B. false User: Vitamins give you energy. A. true B. false (More)
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In the 1930s, they began fortifying milk with vitamin D. TRUE.
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