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It's true. Birds and fish are dying because of the water at Virginia Lake, more specifically, the lack of water.
Clostridia encompasses around 100 bacterial species, some of which live harmlessly in the gut.
Food poisoning is a real and ever present danger, and mishandling of food and hygiene issues are usually the leading causes.
Arizona stores affected by salmonella-contaminated nut butters Arizona chain stores including Trader Joe's and Whole Foods sold nut butters contaminated with salmonella.
Some children were taken to hospital after food poisoning left many people ill at a Chinese summer camp on July 31. Paramedics were called to St. Cecilia School the afternoon of July 31 after several children and adults from the Tian Tian Chinese Summer Camp reported feeling ill.
Health Minister Rona Ambrose announced new labelling requirements for mechanically tenderized beef to help consumers know when they are buying MTB products and how to cook them.
Everyone loves a good barbecue in the summer, but the data shows that our love of eating al fresco this time of year means that Brits are at risk of food poisoning.
Some 94% of people say they have at least one habit at the barbecue that risks the health of them and their guests Almost all Britons make risky hygiene mistakes at the barbecue, research has found, leading a Government body to suggest they cook the food in the oven first.
Chicago's Department of Health has been using a new bot to alert it to instances of food borne illnesses that are posted to social media sites and Yelp, reports Popular Science .
FOOD lovers eager to soak up the remaining days of summer are being warned to check the food they cook on barbecues.
If you're aiming to round off a sensational summer with a barbecue in the garden, East Lindsey District Council and the Food Standards Agency have served up some advice to help make it a sizzling and safe success.
Nurse Practitioner Linda Eckerson at McLaren Greater Lansing-DeWitt Family Medicine is treating staph infections and swimmer's ear this week.
An estimated 55 million to 105 million people in the United States suffer from foodborne illnesses each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , resulting in costs of $2-$4 billion annually.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 06:13 am
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