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Researchers have been asking themselves this question ever since Salmonella bacteria grown on board the space shuttle returned to Earth 3 to 7 times more virulent than Salmonella grown on the ground under otherwise identical conditions.
Officials in San Mateo County, Calif., say more than 86 area markets and restaurants have destroyed certain Asian spices linked to a salmonella scare. The San Mateo County (Calif.) Times said Friday the widespread spice destruction comes in the wake of a Union International Food Co.
Johns Hopkins University scientists in Baltimore say they have found evidence houseflies collected near poultry farms may spread drug-resistant bacteria. The researchers from the university's Bloomberg School of Public Health said their findings demonstrate another potential link between industrial food animal production and exposure to antibiotic resistant pathogens. Flies are well-known vectors of disease and have been implicated in the spread of various viral and bacterial infections...
HOUSTON, March 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Salmonella bacteria research from two recent NASA space missions discovered key elements of the bacteria's disease-causing potential that hold promise for improving ways to fight food-borne infections on Earth. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20081007/38461LOGO ) Salmonella is a leading cause of food poisoning and related illnesses.
Salmonella bacteria research from two recent NASA space missions discovered key elements of the bacteria's disease-causing potential that hold promise for improving ways to fight food-borne infections on Earth.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says illnesses are still occurring among people who eat products containing tainted peanut ingredients. The U.S.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued new safety guidelines on Tuesday for companies that use peanut products.
Food inspectors found more bad news at a peanut producing plant in Texas, which is already linked to the company at the middle of one of the biggest food recalls in US history.
A U.S. study suggests health officials investigating salmonella illnesses consider untreated river surface water as a possible source of contamination. University of Georgia researchers tested water in rivers and streams in an area of Georgia known for its high rate of sporadic salmonella cases.
Health officials said on Tuesday that an outbreak of salmonella food poisoning traced to peanut products has sickened 666 people and is continuing despite one of the biggest food recalls in US history.
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