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  Food - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Food can also be adulterated by a very wide range of articles (known as 'foreign bodies') during farming, manufacture, cooking, packaging, distribution or sale.
For example, pests (or their feces), hairs, cigarette butts, wood chips, metal shards, plasters etc. It is possible for certain types of food to become contaminated if stored or presented in an unsafe container, such as a ceramic pot with lead-based glaze.
Understanding of the causes of food-borne-illnesses and more systematic techniques for their elimination has led to the development of commercial systems such as HACCP which can, if properly implemented, identify and eliminate many, but not all, possible risks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Food   (2501 words)

  
 AllRefer Health - Bowel Incontinence (Fecal Incontinence, Incontinence - Bowel, Loss of Bowel Control, Uncontrollable ...
AllRefer Health - Bowel Incontinence (Fecal Incontinence, Incontinence - Bowel, Loss of Bowel Control, Uncontrollable Passage of Feces)
Bowel incontinence is the loss of bowel control, resulting in involuntary passage of feces.
This can range from an occasional leakage of stool with the passage of gas to a complete loss of control of bowel movements.
health.allrefer.com /health/bowel-incontinence-info.html   (506 words)

  
 athlete foot urine
Zinc-oxide based formulation with 2% Miconazole Nitrate to inhibit fungal growth and treat candidiasis (yeast of monilia), jock itch, ringworm, and athlete's foot.
Provides a moisture barrier against urine and feces.
Athlete's foot is the common name for a fungal infection of the foot, often called ringworm (although...
www.megahydrate.net /megahydrate-resources/athlete-foot-urine.html   (613 words)

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