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The number of cases was kept to a minimum, So in summer he would walk very slowly,S. according to CDC estimates though the actual number of cases reported to the CDC is much lower: Not all strains will make you sick but the type that do can cause diarrhea urinary tract infections respiratory problems fever vomiting and other issues The investigation has not confirmed which foods at Chipotle might be the culprit but samples are being tested by authorities The strain has also not been reported How does it spread When people get sick from E coli it’s usually because they get very tiny amounts of human or animal feces in their mouth “Unfortunately this happens more often than we would like to think about” the CDC says There are certain foods that more commonly carry the bacteria like soft cheeses raw milk and unpasteurized apple cider Eating undercooked meat could cause an infection or eating contaminated food like lettuce or other items that could have been contaminated The CDC also notes that some people have been infected by contaminated water like by drinking lake water Who should be checked in this outbreak Health authorities are asking people in the area who have symptoms of the illness to consult a physician especially if they visited a Chipotle recently "Anyone who thinks they may have become ill from eating at a Chipotle restaurant in the past three weeks should consult their healthcare provider" said Washington State epidemiologist Dr Scott Lindquist in a statement "The elderly and very young children are more likely to become severely ill from this kind of E coli infection" What has Chipotle done Chipotle has closed its restaurants in both states and it will reopen those 43 spots when the investigation declares it safe Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said that safety is a top concern for the company "We immediately closed all of our restaurants in the area out of an abundance of caution even though the vast majority of these restaurants have no reported problems" he said The company is not closing other restaurants because there has been no indication as of now that the issue is in other states Has this happened before to Chipotle It has Though E coli has not been linked to the restaurant before cases of norovirus and Salmonella have been How can restaurants become contaminated There are so many different ways that foodborne pathogens can spread in the food system Meat can be contaminated during slaughter fruits and veggies could be washed with contaminated water and unwashed hands or surfaces can aid in the spread at various points in the process If investigators can trace the bacteria to a particular food that can be helpful in better understanding how the bacteria was introduced How can I prevent infection As always wash your hands thoroughlyespecially after using the bathroom changing diapers coming in contact with animals and handling food the CDC says Make sure your meat is thoroughly cooked avoid raw milk try not to swallow water when swimming in lakes or pools and make sure food preparation areas are very clean Contact us at editors@timecomRepublican presumptive nominee Donald Trump doubled down on a larger theme of his presidential campaign in a speech Wednesday arguing that the American economy once an engine of prosperity is in precipitous decline “The real wages for our workers have not been raised for eighteen years” he said repeating a familiar lament about job destruction open borders and stagnating incomes Trump’s strategy is essentially the same as Mitt Romney’s in 2012 The idea is to appeal to struggling voters’ feelings of economic malaiseand then to ask them implicitly or otherwise to make the decision: Are you better off today under a Democratic administration’s leadership that you would be with a Republican at the helm To millions of Americans particularly the white working-class voters who make up Trump’s base it’s an effective appeal Many voters have indeed watched their economic prospects wither in the past two decades as the forces of globalization automation and outsourcing have destroyed and dismantled traditional jobs In the twenty-seven years since 1989 real median household income in the US has increased a piddling 07% Between 2006 and 2014 it has declined nearly 7% But there’s a problem with Trump’s argument If you control for demographic changesBaby Boomers retiring an influx of young Millennial workers etcthe macroeconomy is not only improving but real wages have been increasing for years According to a new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco real wage growth has averaged about 24% in the past two years In 2015 alone full-time workers saw wages increase 35% above inflationnearly double the rate of wage increases in 2010 Average wage increases have also ticked up regularly month by month since January 2010 according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta All this puts Trump’s rival presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in a better position Since launching her campaign last spring Clinton has run on the promise that she would protect and expand President Obama’s economic policy platform It makes her sales job easier that those policies not only appear to be working but that many Americans are feeling it According to a new Federal Reserves report on the Economic Well-Being of US Households in 2015 nearly 70 percent of Americans now say theyre "doing okay" or "living comfortably" Just 185 percent say theyre "worse off" Those numbers while not quite stellar mark a major improvement from 2013 when the same study asking the same questions found that nearly 40% of Americans reported that they were struggling economically Read next: How The Election Will Really Affect Your Investments One reason for the disconnect between Trump’s gloomy statistics about declining wages and Americans’ slightly sunnier outlook is a muddiness in the way we measure economic prosperity If you look at realie inflation-adjustedmedian income of American households Trump’s assessment of American workers’ stagnating wages appears right on But that’s not comparing apples to apples As fertility rates have fallen and as its become more common to live alone American households have shrunk by roughly 34% since the late 90s So comparing a household of two people to a household of four doesn’t necessarily give you a meaningful window into relative prosperity After all a four-person household earning the equivalent of $60000 in 1989 is not necessarily better off than a two-person household earning $45000 in 2016 Yet if you compare the two as static data points it would appear as if household incomes are declining Comparing real household income also doesnt take in account other quirks of American demographics such as the aging population of Baby Boomers Members of that generation have long enjoyed the highest salaries so when the oldest among them began retiring in 2008and swapped those pretty paychecks for pensionsthey artificially skewed income downward The same thing happened when the large Millennial generation those born in the early 1980s entered the job market for the first time As nearly all young people do they secured relatively low entry-level salaries which had the effect of skewing averaging income down In other words according to the San Francisco Federal Reserve report median household income is decliningbut that’s not a fair measure of Americans’ relative prosperity A better measure would be to look at real incomes of Americans on an individual basis According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis most individual Americans real income grew 19% from February to December 2013 In 2014 they grew another 3% and last year they jumped another 4% The average American today makes 13% more than in 1989 and that number has been climbing steadily since the end of the Great Recession The Millennial generation born between the early 80s and the mid-1990s has done even better According to a June analysis by the economist Robert Shapiro between 2009 and 2012 young people saw their incomes tick up 32% Between 2013 and 2014 they rose another 43% Members of Generation X who saw their incomes drop in the recession have seen average 23% increases between 2013 and 2014 The youngest among the Baby Boomer setthe youngest who have not yet retiredsaw the biggest hit during the recession losing more than 1% of income on average but have since rebounded by a half a percent That’s not to say that today’s economy is all sunshine and unicorns GDP growth is sluggish productivity is falling the markets are skittish and while Americans have seen their wages increase they’ve seen their expenses balloon too The cost of child care is now almost double what it was in 1986 the cost of health care is increasing by roughly 5% per year and people are getting into ever more debt Which is perhaps one reason that Clinton’s stump speech still sounds a cautionary note In the same breath that she commits herself to expanding Obama’s successful economic policies she often adds that they have not done enoughthat there’s more work to be done "I respect the fear the anxiety even the anger that a lot of people are feeling because the advance of globalization and technology has really replaced or undermined the future for many jobs" Clinton told the Washington Post in an interview this week She added that many Americans “are looking for somebody who will explain in a way they will accept whats happened” In this election both presumptive candidates’ explanationsand their solutionsare markedly different Clinton generally offers a wonky account of the shifting global economy and the changing nature of jobs in the future and suggests an equally wonky set of incremental policy provisions Trump is less delicate He blames “bad trade deals” stupid people in government and immigration and then serves up a solution notably hard to pin down with numbers and graphs “We are going to make America rich again We are going to make America safe again” he said concluding his speech Wednesday “We are going to make America great again great again for everyone” The election won’t be decided by these reports but rather by which of those two visions of the economy feels most right to voters Contact us at editors@timecomMichael Erwin Dahl 42 of Shakopee Minn, sure.com/KRvcIQ99cA Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) August 26, “My deepest sympathies and respect go out to the family of Senator John McCain.
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