Over the past three years, my weekly column for DART has offered a lot of information about domestic violence. I have written about the different types of abuse (physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, digital). I have offered information about dating violence, elder abuse, and stalking, all forms of violence.
The holiday season is a time for celebrating with friends and family. Don’t let your holiday be a time to remember because of a foodborne illness. To keep your holiday safe follow these four simple steps.
• Clean and wash hands and surfaces often. Bacteria can spread throughout the kitchen and get onto cutting boards, utensils, sponges and counter tops. You should:
• Wash your hands with hot soapy water before handing food and after using the bathroom.
NEW ORLEANS — I’ll be honest with you. I was hoping for LSU and Oklahoma State squaring off in Monday’s BCS championship game.
Not LSU and Alabama.
Been there, done that.
Nevertheless, if this is what the computers, “expert” analysts and a plethora of other judging bodies have determined as the best matchup to determine who is the No. 1 college football team in the land for the 2011 season, so be it.
We all have to live with it.
I’ll also be honest with you on this, too: no matter who might have been pitted against LSU in the big game, it might not matter.