10 Facts You Need to Know About Food Allergies
09/ 06/ 2016
We love food. Food allergies? Not so much. Allergies to food can be scary and should be taken seriously. An estimated 15 million people in the U.S. have at least one food allergy, and it’s even worse for kids: Approximately one out of every 13 children is allergic to some food — typically milk, eggs or soy. Each year food allergies account for 200,000 visits to the emergency room, and, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), among children food allergies are responsible for more than 300,000 ambulatory care visits.
8 Sick Day Etiquettes
09/ 06/ 2016
Most people fall sick at least a few times a year, catching colds, coughs or other viral infections. These illnesses are usually not serious but they can be extremely unpleasant, so the last thing you want to do is pass them on to your family members or co-workers. Typically when one person falls sick at home, other people in the family also catch their illness. Offices are worse, because the enclosed spaces and central can cause several people to fall sick at the same time.
08/ 19/ 2016
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