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E. coli Infection (INACTIVE)

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  • Keeping salmonella out of chicken

     Keeping salmonella out of chicken
    Sweden has virtually eliminated salmonella in store-bought chicken, even though poultry there is industrially produced, just like in the United States. And even in this country, a 2010 Consumers Union study found no salmonella in the organic store-brand...
  • Buying breast milk online? Watch out for salmonella and E.coli

    Buying breast milk online? Watch out for salmonella and E.coli
    Breast milk may be best for baby, but ordering it over the Internet is not necessarily such a good idea. Researchers recently bought more than 100 samples of expressed breast milk from two milk-sharing websites and then took them to the lab to see...
  • E. coli outbreak spurs recall: Toss out these salads, sandwich wraps

    E. coli outbreak spurs recall: Toss out these salads, sandwich wraps
    A recent outbreak of E. coli, which has sickened at least 26 people in three states, has been linked to a Richmond, Calif., catering company and officials are asking anyone who bought the company's salads and wraps to toss them out. Athertone Foods Inc....
  • USDA announces new plan to combat salmonella

    USDA announces new plan to combat salmonella
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled a new plan Wednesday to reduce the number of salmonella outbreaks linked to meat and poultry. The effort comes weeks after Foster Farms chicken was found to have sickened at least 389 people nationwide with...
  • USDA outlines plan to fight salmonella

    USDA outlines plan to fight salmonella
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has outlined a broad plan to combat salmonella. But some food safety advocates say it doesn't do enough to combat a pathogen responsible for 1.3 million illnesses in the U.S. each year. The push has taken on new...
  • 'War on Christmas' expands to 'war on cannibal sandwich' in Wisconsin

    'War on Christmas' expands to 'war on cannibal sandwich' in Wisconsin
    Forget the war on Christmas; now the nanny statists have taken aim at another storied holiday tradition (at least if you live in Wisconsin): cannibalism. OK, wait, that’s not quite accurate (though it is a heck of lede). It’s actually the...
  • USDA may close 3 California poultry plants in salmonella outbreak

    USDA may close 3 California poultry plants in salmonella outbreak
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture is threatening to close three California poultry plants operated by Foster Farms blamed for an outbreak of salmonella poisoning that has sickened at least 278 people nationwide. In a letter sent Monday to Foster Farms,...
  • Poultry plants linked to outbreak won't be closed

    Poultry plants linked to outbreak won't be closed
    For years, Foster Farms wanted consumers to know its poultry was farm fresh, all natural and, most important, safe to eat. But the ongoing salmonella outbreak linked to three of its central California processing plants is threatening to tarnish the...
  • 50,000 pounds of ground beef recalled; which packages do you avoid?

    50,000 pounds of ground beef recalled; which packages do you avoid?
    More than 50,000 pounds of ground beef have been recalled after a possible E. coli contamination at a Kansas plant, but some packages may already have made their way to store shelves.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture determined the ground beef was...
  • 21.6 million millennials lived with their parents in 2012, Pew says

    21.6 million millennials lived with their parents in 2012, Pew says
    They aren't leaving the nest. More than one-third of millennials still live with their parents, the highest share in their age group in at least 40 years, according to a Pew Research Center analysis released Thursday.  Last year, a record 21.6 million...
  • Drug-resistant superbugs multiplying: CDC report IDs 'urgent threats'

    Drug-resistant superbugs multiplying: CDC report IDs 'urgent threats'
    Thoughtless use of antibiotic medications continues to promote the growth of drug-resistant superbugs in the U.S., threatening doctors' ability to combat infections, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The...