November Public Health Inspection Scores

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Affairs of the Heart (Food Service Inspections)
61 MARBLE MANSION LN TATE, GA 30177
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November 21, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Annie’s Restaurant (Food Service Inspections)
888 PHILADELPHIA ROAD JASPER, GA 30143
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November 2, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Buffalo Lukes (Food Service Inspections)
61 MELLISA PARKWAY STE B JASPER, GA 30143
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November 8, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A

Domino’s Pizza (Food Service Inspections)
88 BURNT MOUNTAIN RD JASPER, GA 30143
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November 15, 2017 Score: 91, Grade: A

Duffers (Food Service Inspections)
186 CLUBHOUSE DR JASPER, GA 30143
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November 17, 2017 Score: 93, Grade: A

Dunkin Donuts (Food Service Inspections)
751 NOAH DR JASPER, GA 30143
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November 8, 2017 Score: 92, Grade: A

Huddle House (Food Service Inspections)
35 FOOTHILLS PKWY MARBLE HILL, GA 30148
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November 3, 2017 Score: 90, Grade: A

Jeff Dobson and Associates (Food Service Inspections)
796 CANTON RD JASPER, GA 30143
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November 8, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Madeline’s Cafe & Bakery DBA Coast2Coast Catering (Food Service Inspections)
1052 E CHURCH ST JASPER, GA 30143
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November 28, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

MAH Pizza Inc. DBA Johnny’s (Food Service Inspections)
744 NOAH DR STE 116 JASPER, GA 30143
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November 2, 2017 Score: 99, Grade: A

Pickens County Senior Citizens Multi-purpose Center (Food Service Inspections)
400 STEGALL DR JASPER, GA 30143
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November 8, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Piedmont Mountainside Center (Food Service Inspections)
1266 HWY 515 SOUTH JASPER, GA 30143
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November 6, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Rocco’s Pub (Food Service Inspections)
47 MOUNTAINSIDE VILLAGE PKWY STE 106/107 JASPER, GA 30143
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November 29, 2017 Score: 87, Grade: B

Rock Creek Manor (Food Service Inspections)
50 CAGLE MILL RD S JASPER, GA 30143
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November 14, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Seventy Four Ranch Bed and Breakfast ( Tourist Accomodation Inspections)
9205 HIGHWAY 53 WEST JASPER, GA 30143
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November 3, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A (2014)

Subway (Food Service Inspections)
1100 OLD PHILADELPHIA RD JASPER, GA 30143
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November 9, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

The Lunch Box (Food Service Inspections)
345 NORTH MAIN STREET JASPER, GA 30143
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November 8, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Young Life International (Food Service Inspections)
76 CAMP HOPE RD JASPER, GA 30143
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November 16, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

October Public Health Inspection Scores

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Biscuit Maker LLC (Food Service Inspections)
295 N MAIN STREET JASPER, GA 30143
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October 23, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Burger King #12196 (Food Service Inspections)
34 SAMMY MCGEE BLVD JASPER, GA 30143
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October 27, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Carrington Coffee (Food Service Inspections)
675 NOAH DR JASPER, GA 30143
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October 25, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Davis BBQ (Food Service Inspections)
3958 REFUGE RD JASPER, GA 30143
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October 27, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Hardees #1505957 (Food Service Inspections)
100 HAZEL MOSLEY DRIVE JASPER, GA 30143
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October 17, 2017 Score: 89, Grade: B

Highland Rivers Health CSB (Food Service Inspections)
323 ROLAND ROAD JASPER, GA 30143
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October 26, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Jasper Middle School (Food Service Inspections)
339 W CHURCH ST JASPER, GA 30143
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October 24, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Little Caesar’s (Food Service Inspections)
938 W CHURCH ST JASPER, GA 30143
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October 31, 2017 Score: 97, Grade: A

Mary Ann’s (Food Service Inspections)
408 E CHURCH STREET JASPER, GA 30143
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October 26, 2017 Score: 91, Grade: A

Pickens Co Adult Detention Center (Food Service Inspections)
2985 CAMP RD JASPER, GA 30143
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October 26, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Pickens County Middle School (Food Service Inspections)
1802 REFUGE RD JASPER, GA 30143
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October 18, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Pickens High School (Food Service Inspections)
500 DRAGON DR JASPER, GA 30143
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October 24, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Pig Pen Family Mud Park (Food Service Inspections)
865 PIG PEN ROAD BALL GROUND, GA 30107
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October 20, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Pruitt Health Jasper (Food Service Inspections)
1350 E CHURCH ST JASPER, GA 30143
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October 27, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Trident Holdings LLC dba Captain D’s (Food Service Inspections)
77 INTERSTATE DRIVE JASPER, GA 30143
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October 18, 2017 Score: 96, Grade: A

Waffle House # 936 (Food Service Inspections)
56 TRAVELERS REST RD JASPER, GA 30143
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October 25, 2017 Score: 92, Grade: A

Waffle House #1705 (Food Service Inspections)
239 INTERSTATE DR JASPER, GA 30143
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October 31, 2017 Score: 91, Grade: A

Wildwood Health & Rehab (Food Service Inspections)
184 PIN HOOK ROAD TALKING ROCK, GA 30175
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October 24, 2017 Score: 94, Grade: A

Zaxby’s (Food Service Inspections)
132 BILL WIGINGTON PKWY JASPER, GA 30143
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October 27, 2017 Score: 92, Grade: A

Ask the Doc – Dr. Jennifer Jones from Georgia Cancer Specialist

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This morning Dr. Whaley couldn’t be with us. But have no fear we had a great Dr. to fill in for him today! Dr. Jennifer Jones from the Georgia Cancer Specialist answers our viewer questions of the week, discusses some of the things BKP talked about in his opening, and even told us a great corny joke!!
This week’s questions are:

  • When should I use a cool-mist humidifier versus a warm-mist humidifier for relief with a cold?
  • Several months ago, I developed a small white patch on the skin of my arm. It appears to be getting larger. Is a white patch on skin anything to be concerned about?
  • What’s the difference between a tumor and a cyst? Could a cyst be cancerous?

To submit a question to our doctors email them to info@fetchyournews.com

Drive-by for Your Flu Shot in North Georgia

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Prevent Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

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Cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, are on the rise and state and local public health officials are working together to identify and notify students and residents that have possibly been exposed.

The best protection against whooping cough is the pertussis vaccine. Babies, teens, adults, and pregnant women need to be vaccinated according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommended schedule. If you aren’t vaccinated, you aren’t protected.

For babies, protection against whooping cough can start before they are even born. During pregnancy, women should get the Tdap vaccine, a shot combining protection against whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria.  Also, other people, including grandparents, siblings and babysitters, should get their pertussis vaccine at least two weeks before coming into contact with a baby.

Babies begin their series of vaccines against whooping cough at 2 months of age with their first dose of DTaP. Like Tdap, this shot combines protection against whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria. The series is completed by getting additional doses at 4 months, 6 months, 15 through 18 months, and 4 through 6 years of age. Since the protection the DTaP vaccine provides young children decreases over time, preteens need the Tdap booster shot at 11 or 12 years old. The CDC recommends one dose of Tdap for adults who did not get Tdap as a preteen or teen.

If you or your child has been around someone with whooping cough, you may become sick with it, as well. This is especially true when you or your child has not received all recommended pertussis vaccinations. Sometimes, even if your shots are up to date, you may still get whooping cough, but the symptoms are usually milder with a shorter illness and it is less likely to spread.

Pertussis is also called whooping cough because of the “whooping” sound that comes from gasping for air after a fit of coughing, making it difficult to breathe. Coughing fits due to pertussis infection can last for up to ten weeks or more. But even worse, pertussis can cause serious and potentially life-threatening complications in infants and young children who are unvaccinated or under vaccinated. Children younger than 1 who contract pertussis are more prone to hospitalization, acquiring pneumonia, convulsions, apnea, and encephalopathy, and 1 percent will die.

Pertussis is a highly contagious disease that is spread through the air by cough. Pertussis begins with cold symptoms and cough, which becomes much worse over 1 to 2 weeks.  Symptoms usually include a long series of coughs (“coughing fits”) followed by a whooping noise. However, older children, adults and very young infants may not develop the whoop. There is generally only a slight fever. People with pertussis may have a series of coughs followed by vomiting, turning blue, or difficulty catching breath. The cough is often worse at night and cough medicines usually do not help alleviate the cough.

If you or your child comes down with any of the above symptoms including a cough, contact the Pickens County Health Department or your healthcare provider without delay.

Pertussis is generally treated with antibiotics to control the symptoms and prevent infected people from spreading the disease. If you or your child has been diagnosed with pertussis, complete the antibiotic regimen before returning to work, school or community functions to reduce the spread of the disease. People who have or may have pertussis should stay away from young children and infants until properly treated. Treatment of people who are in close contact with pertussis sufferers is also an important part of prevention.

In addition to vaccination, here are some simple basics to keep pertussis from spreading:

 

  • Wash your hands with soap and water
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
  • Don’t share cups or silverware
  • Stay away from others until evaluated by a healthcare professional

 

If you are behind in your immunizations, call the Pickens County Health Department at (706) 253-2821 or contact your healthcare provider.

 

Further information about pertussis is available at https://dph.georgia.gov/pertussis.

 

“Ask the Doc” with Dr. Whaley – Food Additives, Leg Weights, & Working Out Outside

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BKP and Katy sat down with Dr. Whaley today and discussed several interesting topics.

The viewer questions Dr. Whaley addressed in today’s “Ask the Doc” segment are:

  • Do food additives affect my health?  Anything additives in particular I should avoid?
  • Would it be better for me to walk with ankle weights?
  • I like to exercise outside when it’s nice but is the air/pollen bad for me?

If you have questions for our doctor e-mail them to chief@fetchyournews.com or 706-889-9700

We would like to thank Georgia Cancer Specialist for sponsoring this segment!

Does Good Cholesterol Levels Mean You Don’t Have Blockage – “Ask the Doc with Dr. Whaley”

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In this segment Dr. Whaley addresses sports medicine in relation to head injuries. You will find his comments concerning women’s soccer interesting. We also had two viewer questions for the doctor this morning:

  1. Is Turmeric a good and safe supplement?
  2. If you have good results from lab test, good cholesterol levels and, triglycerides; Does this mean you will be less likely to have a blockage?

If you have questions for our doctor e-mail them to chief@fetchyournews.com or 706-889-9700

We would like to thank Georgia Cancer Specialist for sponsoring this segment!

 

Don’t miss “Good Morning From the Office with #BKP” every weekday morning at 8 am. You can watch it live on FYNTV.com, YouTube – @FYNTV, or on Facebook @FetchYourNews.

 

 

“Ask the Doc” – Dr. Whaley Discusses Gluten Versus Gluten Free

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Sponsored by Georgia Cancer Specialist, Dr. Whaley discusses gluten and gluten free. He also covers what is the best time of day to work out if you are trying to lose weight.

 

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