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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.
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

MRSA "superbug" genome decoded

MRSA "superbug" genome decoded

Significance of the discovery of anthrax toxin genes in a naturally occurring microbe other than Bacillus anthracis

Significance of the discovery of anthrax toxin genes in a naturally occurring microbe other than Bacillus anthracis

Compound Cilantro found in salsa kills harmful Salmonella bacteria

Compound Cilantro found in salsa kills harmful Salmonella bacteria

Researchers receive almost £1 million in funding for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Researchers receive almost £1 million in funding for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Scientists have unraveled the behavior of one key component of bacteria

Scientists have unraveled the behavior of one key component of bacteria

Genetically engineered bugs to fight cancer

Genetically engineered bugs to fight cancer

Microbiologists have characterised the DNA in bacteria responsible for vomiting

Microbiologists have characterised the DNA in bacteria responsible for vomiting