first_img T.W. Enterprises of Ferndale, Wash., is recalling six different dog and cat treats in the wake of cases of Salmonella serotype Thompson infections identified in Canada and the United States, according to a press release on the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Web site. T.W. Enterprises made the treats and distributed them in the United States under the name Aron Pet Food. Aron Pet Food of Abbotsford, British Columbia, distributed products in Canada that were made with raw materials from T.W. Enterprises, the announcement said. “Follow-up analysis indicated that the illnesses were linked to these pet treats,” according to the release, posted by T.W. Enterprises. See also: The company urged people to wash their hands thoroughly after handling any pet treat to help prevent infection. People who have any of the following products were advised not to feed the treats to their pets but to dispose of them securely: Healthy K9 Beef Heart 100% Natural Dog Treats, Healthy K9 Beef Jerkey 100% Natural Dog Treats, Shrimp Snackers 100% Shrimp Treats for Dogs, Salmon Snackers 100% Salmon Treats for Cats, Salmon Snackers 100% Salmon Treats for Dogs, and Shrimp Snackers 100% Shrimp Treats for Cats.center_img The company, the FDA and Canadian authorities are investigating to find the source of the problem, the news release said. Jun 13, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – A company is recalling its dog and cat treats because they contain bacteria linked to the illnesses of five people. Salmonella infections can cause watery diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting, and an illness of several days’ duration. Company news release http://www.fda.gov/oc/po/firmrecalls/tw06_05.htmllast_img read more

first_imgLONDON, England (Reuters) – South African strike bowler Kagiso Rabada is eager to return to action for this week’s third Test against England at The Oval after serving a one-match suspension for disciplinary reasons, bowling coach Charl Langeveldt said yesterday.The 22-year-old missed the second Test in Nottingham after being banned for what the International Cricket Council (ICC) called “inappropriate language” towards England batsman Ben Stokes in the first Test at Lord’s.“He is the type of guy who steps up when the heat is on. Having KG back is a big bonus for us,” Langeveldt told reporters ahead of the third Test which starts on Thursday.“He is a youngster with a lot of energy, he will come with a lot of energy. I have no doubt he will step up … he will be raring to go,” Langeveldt added.Rabada was handed one demerit point for giving Stokes a send-off after the all-rounder was caught behind in the first Test, which England won by 211 runs, but under ICC regulations was banned for accumulating four points in a 24-month period.The fast bowler had already been penalised three points for “deliberate physical contact” with Sri Lanka’s Niroshan Dickwella in February, but Langeveldt said the incident has not affected Rabada’s morale.“He has been positive. He was obviously disappointed about what happened but he has learned from that. The important thing about an incident like this is to learn from it so that it doesn’t happen again,” Langeveldt said.“KG is a strong character and he was positive the whole week. He said come Thursday he wants to be ready for the Test.” South Africa won the second Test by 340 runs to level the four-match series at 1-1.last_img read more

first_imgThe USC women’s lacrosse team got off to a strong start in the month of April, looking to end a three-game losing streak and turn things around after a 3-6 March. They fought hard against a defensive-minded Oregon squad, ending their slide and keeping the Ducks winless in conference play with a 12-10 win on Thursday in Eugene, Or. The win also came at the first lacrosse game live-broadcasted on the Pac-12 Network.The Women of Troy (6-8, 3-2 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) were led by freshman attackers Caroline de Lyra, who finished with three goals and three assists, and Caroline Cordrey, who scored four goals on seven shots. Freshman midfielder Haleigh Dalmass and freshman attack Paige Bonomi added two goals apiece, with Bonomi assisting on another goal.Oregon’s (5-6, 0-2 MPSF) Hayley Millner led all scorers with five goals on six shots. Shannon Propst assisted on three goals.“This was a great win for us,” head coach Lindsey Munday said. “Obviously, a conference win is always important. This really was the first game in which we played a full 60 minutes where every single player played a major role in securing the victory.”After both teams scored their first goals within 45 seconds of each other, each team alternated scoring runs. USC scored the next two goals, followed by three unanswered from Oregon to take a 4-3 lead. The Women of Troy fought back to take a 6-4 lead thanks to de Lyra’s two goals and one from freshman midfielder Amanda Johansen, before Oregon came back to tie it back up. Cordrey’s second goal, a free-position goal with 40 seconds left in the half, put the Women of Troy back ahead 7-6 entering halftime. USC was ultimately outshot 12-9 by the Ducks.The back-and-forth nature of the game would continue in the second half, with the Ducks’ Millner scoring a pair of early goals to give Oregon an 8-7 lead. USC followed up with another three unanswered goals, two of them from Cordrey, to take a 10-8 lead, before Oregon came back and tied it at 10 with 11:26 remaining. Dalmass’ second goal broke the tie, while de Lyra’s third with 1:51 remaining sealed the win for the Women of Troy.“Caroline [de Lyra] was challenging in, and I saw my defender turn away, and I just went to goal and Caroline made a great pass to me,” Dalmass said. “She is a great, great feeder and she just made a great pass on that play.”USC outshot Oregon 11-7 for the second half and 20-19 for the game. USC committed six turnovers compared to Oregon’s five, although USC won in both ground balls (7-4) and draw controls (12-11).The Women of Troy will play the remainder of their regular season in California against conference opponents, starting with a pair of home games against California (6-4, 3-0 MPSF) on Friday, April 12, at 3 p.m. and Fresno State (2-8, 0-3 MPSF) on Saturday, April 20, at 3 p.m. USC will then conclude the season on the road against San Diego State (7-4, 2-1 MPSF) on Saturday, April 27, at 7 p.m.last_img read more