Latest salmonellosis Stories
At least 14 people have fallen ill, including five who were hospitalized, as a result of salmonella-contaminated dog food, AFP and the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported Friday.
BBSRC-funded researchers at Cambridge University have shed new light on a common food poisoning bug.
(Santa Barbara, Calif.) –– A recent discovery of "hypervirulent" Salmonella bacteria has given UC Santa Barbara researchers Michael Mahan and Douglas Heithoff a means to potentially prevent food poisoning outbreaks from these particularly powerful strains.
The Center for Disease control (CDC) is reporting that 90 people in 19 states, including the District of Columbia, have become ill in a new Salmonella outbreak.
The Mexican fast food chain Taco Bell has now been connected to an outbreak of salmonella that occurred in October and November of last year and affected some 68 people across 10 states.
The link between malaria and salmonella infections has been explained for the first time, opening the way to more effective treatments.
England’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) recently issued a statement saying that store-bought eggs can still be safely consumed within “a day or two” of their expiration date “provided they are cooked thoroughly.”
California-based food provider Pacific International has announced that it will voluntarily recall some 6,141 cartons of the herb cilantro after the FDA alerted the company that it had detected traces of the bacteria salmonella in samples of their product.
Salmonella attorneys at Marler Clark have filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman and her daughter who were made ill in a Salmonella outbreak linked to pine nuts. Rochester,
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