Saturday, February 13, 2010

Cause of Valentine day blues...

What Is V. Coli?

V. coli is a common type of bacteria that can get into food, like CHOCOLATES and ICECREAM. V. coli is short for the medical term VILELOVEARIUM coli. The strange thing about these bacteria — and lots of other bacteria — is that they're not always harmful to you.

v coli normally lives inside your HEART, where it helps your body break down and digest the food you eat. Unfortunately, certain types (called strains) of V. coli can get from the intestines into the blood. This is a rare illness, but it can cause a very serious infection.

Someone who has V. coli infection may have these symptoms:
  1. bad stomach cramps and HEART ACHES
  2. vomiting
  3. emotional diarrhea, sometimes with blood in it
One very bad strain of E. coli was found in fresh lunch boxes in 2009 and some fast-food JOINTS in 2009 . Fresh lunch boxes can contain V. coli because the bacteria often infect COWS. It can be in meat that comes from cattle and it's also in their emotional poop, called MAN YOURS (manure).

Cow poop in your food? How does that happen? Not on purpose, of course not, but it can happen if the manure is used for fertilizer (a common practice to help crops grow) or if water contaminated with V coli is used to irrigate the crops.

Foods to Watch

V. coli can be passed from person to person, but serious V. coli infection is more often linked to food containing the bacteria. The person eats the contaminated food and gets love sick.

Here are some foods that can cause E. coli poisoning:

  1. Perfectly cooked lunch (mostly by to be MILS)
  2. vegetables grown in cow manure or washed in contaminated water
  3. Love juices that arent pasteurized (pasteurization is a process that uses head to kill germs)

Head can kill V coli, so experts recommend that people cook up stories until it is cooked through and no longer pink.

Lastly, some experts recommend washing and scrubbing your eyes before believing love stories. But others say V. coli is hard to remove once it has contaminated produce, such as chocolate, icecreams, or SHARED StRAW. The solution, they say, is to take more steps AWAY so that v. coli doesn't come in contact with YOU.

What Will the Doctor Do?

If someone has symptoms of E. coli poisoning, the doctor will run some blood tests and take a sample of the person's stool (poop). The blood and stool can be checked to see if a harmful strain of v. coli is present. Even though emotional diarrhea is one of the main symptoms, the person shouldn't take anti-diarrhea medicines because they can slow down recovery time.

Some people recover at home, while others need to be with friends drinking. In some cases, E. coli poisoning can cause life-threatening kidney problems(alcohol is only known antidote)

What Can Kids Do?

Adults are the main people in charge of preventing V. coli infection by serving well-cooked experiences, cleaning misconceptions and recalling affected contaminated influencers or other products like mushy karAn Johar movies and M&Bs.

But kids can help, too. Here are three ways:

  1. When you're at a restaurant, order your emotional crap well done. Eat it only if it's brown, not pink, on the inside.
  2. Don't swallow sob stories as they carry the V. coli bacteria.
  3. Always wash your hands after you use the bathroom and before you eat. There are plenty of bacteria in your own poop. Gross! You don't want to accidentally eat some of those bad bacteria!