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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.
UK's poor dietary habits are costing its health service an annual £6 billion

UK's poor dietary habits are costing its health service an annual £6 billion

Botox helps explain possible causes of nerve diseases

Botox helps explain possible causes of nerve diseases

FDA bans antibiotic use for poultry

FDA bans antibiotic use for poultry

It's fright time again! - how to poison the country's milk

It's fright time again! - how to poison the country's milk

Hospital patients to be checked for MRSA infection before admission

Hospital patients to be checked for MRSA infection before admission

The bacteria that cause food poisoning, bubonic plague, and whooping cough all deploy the same weapon to infect the body

The bacteria that cause food poisoning, bubonic plague, and whooping cough all deploy the same weapon to infect the body

How E.Coli became deadly to humans

How E.Coli became deadly to humans

Salmonella pathogen uses molecular hydrogen to grow and become virulent

Salmonella pathogen uses molecular hydrogen to grow and become virulent

Researchers find that berries inhibit growth of harmful intestinal bacteria

Researchers find that berries inhibit growth of harmful intestinal bacteria

Black Sea coastal area of Turkey is prone to bouts of an unusual type of food poisoning from "mad" honey

Black Sea coastal area of Turkey is prone to bouts of an unusual type of food poisoning from "mad" honey

UK agencies stepping up action to protect the public's health following continued outbreaks of Salmonella Enteritidis

UK agencies stepping up action to protect the public's health following continued outbreaks of Salmonella Enteritidis

Research shows C. botulinum uses SONO to detect nitric oxide

Research shows C. botulinum uses SONO to detect nitric oxide

Health Protection Agency investigates national outbreak of salmonella

Health Protection Agency investigates national outbreak of salmonella

Scientists develop rapid-fire tests for botulinum toxin

Scientists develop rapid-fire tests for botulinum toxin

Salt Association hits back at “Sid the Slug” campaign

Salt Association hits back at “Sid the Slug” campaign

$10.3 million biodefense contract to tackle salmonella, typhoid fever and monkey pox virus

$10.3 million biodefense contract to tackle salmonella, typhoid fever and monkey pox virus

Botox injections to treat children with cerebral palsy

Botox injections to treat children with cerebral palsy

Mucus on the skin of rainbow trout may be a possible source of new medicines to fight infectious diseases

Mucus on the skin of rainbow trout may be a possible source of new medicines to fight infectious diseases

Eradicating deadly E. coli O157:H7 from the bottoms of cows may prevent future outbreaks of food poisoning

Eradicating deadly E. coli O157:H7 from the bottoms of cows may prevent future outbreaks of food poisoning

Genome decoded of distant relative of human pathogens

Genome decoded of distant relative of human pathogens