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McDonald's prides itself on a uniformly consistent quality of food from store to store, but many of us have experienced at least one instance of the fast-food chain being off its game. Whether your order is cold, your burger's missing the beef patty, or your McNuggets contain an injury-causing bone, these less-than-satisfying food experiences usually come about once in a blue moon and randomly. But there's one particular day of the week when things are more likely to go awry with your order at this beloved chain, according to one former McDonald's employee.Reddit user rocoonshcnoon, who identifies himself as having recently quit his job at McDonald's, decided to lay bare some of the chain's dirty secrets. Besides the fact that he never recommends ordering a Mickey D's breakfast past noon or bothering employees for freshly made McNuggets, he also revealed that on Sundays, your McDonald's order may not be as good as usual. (RELATED: 7 New Fast-Food Chicken Sandwiches Everyone's Talking About.)He further states that the reason for this lapse in quality is due to the fact that McDonald's general managers are usually off duty on Sundays, which inevitably causes a drop in food quality. When the cat's away . . . amiright?!I quit my job at mcdonalds so heres my confessions from r/teenagersWe've previously reported that the worst day of the week to eat at a chain restaurant is Monday—the day after a busy weekend period when employee fatigue sets in and ingredients run stale. That would make Thursdays and Fridays the best days to eat out because deliveries of fresh ingredients have recently taken place and the restaurants have their A-teams of chefs and servers working the busiest shifts. These all-star employees are likely to provide the best customer service.For more on McDonald's, check out We Tried Every Burger at McDonald's, and This Was the Best. And don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get all of the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
More than 7,000 units of Torn&Glasser dark chocolate-covered espresso beans are being recalled because they could contain walnuts, according to a notice posted by the FDA. Anyone who consumes the beans and has an allergy or sensitivity to this nut could have a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction.The espresso beans in the recall come in clear plastic 12-ounce tubs with a green leaf on the label. They were sold at Kroger stores like Arlan's, Dillions, Food For Less, Fry's Food Stores, Fred Meyer, Mariano's, Ralphs, Roundy's Chicago, and Smiths starting on March 3, 2020, in 30 states. For a full list, check out the FDA's website.Related: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right NowThe company issued the recall after an investigation revealed that the wrong label was used in the production process. "Product containing walnuts was packaged in a container that the top label listed Dark Chocolate Espresso Beans and the bottom label listed Dark Chocolate Walnuts," the notice says.The tubs in the recall have a UPC number of 0 72488 99868 1 and a lot number of 777739. If you have these dark chocolate-covered espresso beans, you should either throw them out now or return them to your place of purchase for a full refund.Unfortunately, this isn't the only recall impacting big-name grocery stores and products right now. A Hostess treat, a popular pet food, and more than211,000 pounds of ground turkey are all being recalled right now. To get all of the latest grocery store and dangerous recall news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!
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Christina Aguilera has been in the public eye for over 30 years, since the age of 9. Now that she is 40 and the mother of two children, the superstar is taking time to look back and reflect on everything she has learned over the past few decades, revealing her tips and tricks to maintaining both physical and mental health in the new issue of Health. "Accepting yourself is what beauty is really about," she captioned a photo of the cover on Instagram. Read on to hear what she has to say. 1 She Has Had Mental Health Struggles Photo by COLIENA RENTMEESTER"I experienced a lot of trauma in my childhood—I've spoken very openly about it," she told the magazine. "But I think that was just part of my path. I've definitely had struggles in the past with depression and anxiety—it's a constant battle to overcome a mind that is anxious, a mind that is always second-guessing." 2 She "Hated Being Super Skinny" Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty ImagesWhen Christina was her skinniest, she was also the most insecure. "I think we all have our good days and our bad days in how we feel about ourselves. Entering this business, I hated being super skinny," she confessed. "Once I turned 21, I started filling out a little bit, and I was loving my new curves. I appreciated having a booty. I've always said that women are way more interesting to look at than men! I have a hard time looking at the early pictures of myself because I remember feeling so insecure. I would never want to relive my 20s—you're so in your own head and finding your confidence. As you age, you stop comparing yourself to other people and start appreciating your own body and owning it." 3 She Has Worked Through Insecurities Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for DisneyChristina admits that by being honest, she has worked through her insecurities. "I'm proud of my honesty. It's a really hard thing to stick to in this business, especially when you've grown up under a microscope at a time when society was very critical of young women. I've had to work through a lot of insecurities in front of everybody. Every setback has catapulted me forward. I think that's my fighting spirit. And, at the end of the day, living that truth and being honest has always propelled me forward," she said. 4 She Has Stopped Living for Other People At her "Christina Aguilera: The Xperience" residency at Planet Hollywood Resort&Casino // Photo by Getty ImagesWhile she once lived for others, she is now living for herself. "You start asking yourself: 'Why am I holding back in certain areas of my life? Who am I really living my life for?' And with age, you figure out that life is too short to waste time thinking about what other people think about you. I've realized I am making memories for myself and that I shouldn't worry about what other people think," she explained. 5 She Has Let Herself Be "Vulnerable" Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for SHEINIn recent years, she has been an open book. "You know, I've been hearing that a lot lately because I've been super open and vulnerable. I've been approaching all of my writing sessions by being an open book and saying, 'Look, this is how I felt.' A lot of people have been like, 'Wait, I had no idea you ever felt this way because you've always been a pillar of strength with your messages.' Yes, I've always been grounded in knowing myself. But even in owning your truth and power, there are moments of weakness. I am not ashamed to say that I have my dark moments," she said. 6 She Does Yoga Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImageIn addition to writing a lot I write a lot, which is "grounding and centering" for her, she finds solace in getting in touch with nature and herself. "Also, getting outside helps—even if it's just my backyard. Feeling grass under my feet and looking at trees and clouds helps," she said. "Yoga has also been instrumental in helping me."
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This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a joint statement addressing reports that the Johnson&Johnson vaccine can provoke cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. While they point out that the chances of having an adverse reaction is "very low," they did confirm that at least six women between the ages of 18 and 48 did experience an adverse reaction. However, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases wants to clarify that the vaccines are still extremely safe and you should not be scared of them. During Wednesday's White House COVID-19 Response Team Briefing he explained why this latest news actually confirms the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. Read on to hear what he had to say—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Signs Your Illness is Actually Coronavirus in Disguise.The Pausing of the J&J Vaccine Was Done Out of an "Abundance of Caution"Dr. Fauci pointed out the CDC and FDA's new suggestions to pause the Johnson&Johnson vaccine should not make the issue of vaccine hesitancy "even a more difficult problem." He explained that this was done "in an abundance of caution to be able to take a look at the issues.""Importantly, when I go out and try to counter the issues of hesitancy, a substantial proportion of the hesitancy is centered around concern that the vaccines might not be safe. I've addressed this many times on this briefing. For example, the question 'You did this so quickly in 11 months, it usually takes years. Is there a real problem here? Did you cut corners and did you not pay enough attention to safety?'"He pointed out that these latest actions should quell the nerves of these people, as the groups promptly responded to any possibility of adverse reaction. "The fact that following the EUA, we have continued to follow very carefully any possibility of adverse events, I believe is the other side of the coin of hesitancy. It should reinforce in those individuals how we take safety so seriously," he said. RELATED: Most COVID Patients Did This Before Getting SickLook at the Pause as a "Positive Issue," Says Dr. Fauci"So as opposed to looking at this as a negative safety issue, it could be looked at as a positive issue where they know that when we let a vaccine be available and give it a go ahead to be put into the arms of the American people, we do it with a considerable degree of confidence as to its safety. So when I get asked questions about whether or not this has set us back from a hesitancy standpoint, I give the opposite of it, namely what I've just explained."So follow Fauci's fundamentals and help end this pandemic, no matter where you live—wear a face mask that fits snugly and is double layered, don't travel, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.