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Start the weekend with free doughnuts from these local shops

They will be honoring the work of the " Donut Lassies " who helped get the sweet treats to soldiers during World War I. After National Donut Day, use promo code: DONUT, for a free order with the purchase of any two pizzas in June.
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Retired Sgt. 1st Class Frederick T. Slape places a wreath at the memorial for fallen members of his unit in 2013. He and his wife Diane had promised the families of the fallen soldiers they would place a wreath annually. He was only able to do it twice before succumbing to an aggressive cancer.

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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is investigating the outbreak with the CDC, said it is “examining all possibilities, including that contamination may have occurred at any point along the growing, harvesting, packaging, and distribution chain before reaching consumers”.

People who consume harmful E coli bacteria can experience symptoms such as diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps, fatigue, nausea and vomiting within three to four days. Most people recover from this within a week but in some cases it can develop into more serious conditions such as kidney failure, which can be fatal.

Children aged under five-years-old, the elderly and those with weakened immune systems are particularly at risk from E coli, although even healthy young adults can become “seriously ill,” the CDC said.

The FDA recommends that people wash hands, utensils and surfaces with hot water before handling food, as well as keep their refrigerators clean. Those who experience symptoms similar to those infected by the E coli bacteria are urged to immediately seek medical treatment.


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