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Number Of Patients Infected By Salmonella Outbreak Grows
There could be more cases in the future.
Salmonella From Cucumbers May Have Sickened 341 (UPDATE)
The cucumbers are being recalled in 22 states.
Salmonella Is On The Rise: Stop Cuddling With Your Chickens
A new website dedicated to smarter sleep & wakefulness, publis...
Some people simply can't resist letting their pets sleep with them. But curling up with cats and dogs is one thing. Cuddling with chickens? That's a whole different one.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Foster Farms Chicken Widens
By Reuters, Reuters
About 13 percent have developed blood infections, about three times the number in typical salmonella infections, the CDC
Here's What Raw Milk Advocates Forget To Mention
The chance of getting sick from drinking raw milk or products made from it is 150 times greater than from pasteurized milk
California Costco Recalls 40,000 Pounds Of Chicken After Salmonella Contamination Sickens Customer
The United States Department of Agriculture has informed the public that eating chicken contaminated with salmonella is safe
Government Shutdown Harms the Public Health
Lynn R. Goldman
Dean of Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George...
Most serious are the long-term public health and safety consequences of this government shutdown. The CDC, for example, announced a suspension of its annual seasonal flu activities just as influenza season kicked off.
Cucumber Salmonella Outbreak Sickens 73 People In 18 States
Watch out, cucumber fans: your favorite raw vegetable has been tied to an outbreak of salmonella. Marler Blog reported on
Ex-Peanut Corp Of America Officials Indicted Over 2009 Salmonella Outbreak
By Reuters, Reuters
WASHINGTON, Feb 21 (Reuters) - A federal grand jury has indicted former officials of Peanut Corp of America in connection
What Is Good for Consumers Is Good for Business
Founder, Micro Analytical Systems
For food producers, the impetus to produce the most food products at the lowest cost looms heavy. However, the motivation to ensure the safety of the products being sold should carry equal importance, if not more.
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Cantaloupes Linked To Deadly Outbreak AGAIN
Unpasteurized Tempeh Sicks 60 With Rare Salmonella Strain
Woman Sues Taco Bell After Contracting Salmonella
¡Ay Caramba! Taco Bell Revealed As Source Of Salmonella Outbreak
Gaping Holes In Egg Oversight Remain One Year After Massive Recall
Deadly Serious: Antibiotic Resistant Salmonella Free to Be in Your Food
In what country is it legal for deadly salmonella to be in your food? Um, well, there may be others, but I am sure of only one, the United States.
Every Mother's Nightmare: Bacteria in Recalled Ground Turkey Is Resistant to Antibiotics
Author, Producer, Advocate
It is maddening that our so-called "food safety system" is designed to protect giant food corporations more than individuals.
Cargill's Tainted Turkey: Just the Tip of the Iceberg?
Program Director, Animal Welfare Approved
My concern is that this outbreak is yet another stark warning that we are on the verge of a world where antibiotics will no longer work, and where common bacterial diseases will once again kill unabated.
The Biggest Food Recalls Of All Time
Salmonella Turkey Source Still Unknown
Ground turkey is considered safe to eat when the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees during cooking. For turkey patties
Strange Science: Kiss A Frog, Catch...Salmonella?
Which begs the question: Why do people get salmonella from lizards and frogs, but not, say, from Fido the dog? The Centers
How the Richest "1 Percent" Keep Rewarding Themselves for Epic Failure
Janine R. Wedel
A signature feature of the shadow lobbyist era is not just a manipulation of public policy, but also an embrace of "failing upward". No matter the track record, the elite 1 percent seek more of the same.
Impact of Factory Farming, Food Choices Again In Focus
President and CEO, The Humane Society of the United States
The Chicken and the Egg and the Dalai Lama
Reporter on gardening and environmental issues
The discovery of disease-bearing eggs should have come as no surprise. Violations uncovered at facilities aren't anomalies; These conditions are inherent in that style of egg production.
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