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Food poisoning is a term given to infections with bacteria, parasites, viruses, or toxins from germs that affects humans via contaminated food or water.
Researchers study how E. coli clones have become major cause of drug-resistant infections

Researchers study how E. coli clones have become major cause of drug-resistant infections

Could garlic oil represent an alternative to antibiotics in the food industry?

Could garlic oil represent an alternative to antibiotics in the food industry?

Immunologists uncover the immune system's unknown messenger

Immunologists uncover the immune system's unknown messenger

Viral replication not necessary to cause lethal disease by food-borne pathogen

Viral replication not necessary to cause lethal disease by food-borne pathogen

Immune cells explode themselves to inform about the danger of invading bacteria

Immune cells explode themselves to inform about the danger of invading bacteria

Microbiological analysis of bacteria that cause food poisoning could save lives

Microbiological analysis of bacteria that cause food poisoning could save lives

Sacrificial immune cells alert body to infection

Sacrificial immune cells alert body to infection

Researchers shed new light on how to combat Shiga and ricin toxins

Researchers shed new light on how to combat Shiga and ricin toxins

Early gut bacterial colonization may reduce risk of developing eczema

Early gut bacterial colonization may reduce risk of developing eczema

Notes and coins harbor life threatening bacteria, including MRSA and VRE

Notes and coins harbor life threatening bacteria, including MRSA and VRE

Study reveals how dangerous bacterium shares its genetic information

Study reveals how dangerous bacterium shares its genetic information

Vomiting - why so common in kids?

Vomiting - why so common in kids?

Research uncovers unexpected upside of E. coli

Research uncovers unexpected upside of E. coli

Genome research suggests presence of enteric fever in medieval Europe

Genome research suggests presence of enteric fever in medieval Europe

New wireless tagging device could improve detection of rotten food

New wireless tagging device could improve detection of rotten food

Tea towels in the kitchen could be responsible for food poisonings finds study

Tea towels in the kitchen could be responsible for food poisonings finds study

Human behavior and corporate culture may have impact on hygiene, food safety

Human behavior and corporate culture may have impact on hygiene, food safety

Study examines practitioner views on twitter-based food borne illness reporting tool

Study examines practitioner views on twitter-based food borne illness reporting tool

Few parents use simple strategies to protect kids from food poisoning, reports study

Few parents use simple strategies to protect kids from food poisoning, reports study

UGA scientist creates system for efficient detection of foodborne pathogens

UGA scientist creates system for efficient detection of foodborne pathogens