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A . A . A D . D . – Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder.

This is how it manifests:

I decided to water my garden.

As I turn on the hose in the driveway, I looked over at my car and decided my car needs washing.

As I started toward the garage , I noticed that there is mail on the porch table that I brought up from the mail box earlier.

I decide to go through the mail before I wash the car.

I lay my car keys down on the table, put the junk mail in the garbage can under the table, and notice that the can is full.

So I decide to put the bills back on the table and take out the garbage first.

But then I think, since I’m going to be near the mailbox when I take out the garbage anyway. I may…

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USDA proposes plan to cut Salmonella risks in poultry products | CIDRAP

The three key components would require incoming flocks to be tested for Salmonella, enhance the control process and FSIS verification at establishments, and implement an enforceable final product standard.

Also, the strategy proposal addresses Salmonella testing and the impact of the changes on small and very small establishments.

Craig Hedberg, PhD, professor and co-director of the Minnesota Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence, said in the USDA release that the framework is an important step toward moving away from a hazard-based regulation to risk-based regulation. “Focusing on levels of Salmonella and highly virulent strains of Salmonella rather than just the presence or absence of Salmonella should reduce the number of illnesses associated with poultry,” he added.

Angie Siemens, PhD, Cargill’s vice president for food safety, quality, and regulatory, said the company supports the need to develop a public health–based risk approach to assist in meeting the federal government’s Healthy People 2030 Salmonella targets. Siemens also said Cargill looks forward to reviewing the framework and being part of a robust dialog on the issue.

The USDA will host a virtual public meeting on Nov 3 to get stakeholder feedback on its proposal.

Aspirational, or realistic?

Bill Marler, a Seattle-based food safety attorney who publishes Food Safety News, said today in a blog post that he never thought he’d see the USDA stipulate that 23% of foodborne Salmonella illnesses are attributable to poultry or propose that incoming flocks should be tested for Salmonella.

However, he said the proposals currently lack clear timelines or regulations. “We shall see if this new move from FSIS is more aspirational or more realistic.”

Source: USDA proposes plan to cut Salmonella risks in poultry products | CIDRAP


Pensamentos.me/VEM comigo!

De acordo com uma pesquisa de Neurociência publicada no portal espaço do saber, ” indivíduos com traços de psicopatia têm um forte impulso pela busca da recompensa “. Na prática, isso significa dizer quem tem traços de psicopatia quando se encontra diante de situações que sabem que podem obter algum tipo de vantagem, essas agem pelo impulso, e também pelo prazer que isso causa em seu cérebro. Se por acaso, essas pessoas sabem que não serão descobertas, nem punidas, esse detalhe ajuda no aumento da sensação de prazer. Claro, o ideal é atingir o objetivo e ser recompensado, de modo que, o cérebro delas compreenda essa questão como um ganho, independente, do custo.

O cérebro dos psicopatas, conforme afirma a pesquisa ” tem uma certa deficiência em certos circuitos cerebrais ligados ao controle e impulso “. Então quanto mais um indivíduo é estimulado a conquistar algo por exemplo, mais sente…

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Learn to appreciate the beauty of others without questioning yourself!! — Fire of Moods

Learn to appreciate the beauty of others without questioning yourself. Let others live their truth, don’t make it a challenge for you. Be happy by seeing the happiness of others. Learn from everyone, but don’t compare them, don’t compete to be better than them. A great personality begins where the comparison stops. Be unique, be […]

Learn to appreciate the beauty of others without questioning yourself!! — Fire of Moods

If You Can’t Win Honestly … — Filosofa’s Word

The failure of the United States Senate to pass the two federal voting rights bills that crossed their desks in January has led to nearly every state creating highly restrictive voting laws this year.  Thank you, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, for doing your part to destroy the rights of We the People to have […]

If You Can’t Win Honestly … — Filosofa’s Word

Remembranzas y olvido

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Los recuerdos son, parece, islas en la inmensidad del océano -un mar a veces tranquilo y en ocasiones impetuoso-, pedazos de vida que naufragan desde el ayer y se transforman en ecos, en destellos, en escalones o en rampas que llevan a lo allto, provocan caídas o mantienen cierto equilibrio. Se trata de deleites y amarguras, sueños y experiencias, alegrías y desconsuelos. Las remembranzas conservan perfumes, colores y sabores. Son trozos de minutos, horas, días y años deshilvanados por los tejedores del destino y de la vida. Algunos tienen cicatrices que duelen, marcas que hieren tanto; otros, en cambio, ofrecen dulzuras que encantan mucho. Algo tienen los recuerdos que, en cierto sentido, devuelven momentos que se consumieron, remiten a lo que un día y otros más parecía ser tan propio. Son, creo, fagmentos de vida que el tiempo rapta…

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