Food Borne Illness Top StoriesSee All
For some, getting poultry from a live market is a way of life and a tradition. But is it safe? New research warns that there might be a connection between these markets and Salmonella.
In certain circles, the word "raw" has become synonymous with the word "healthy." But the researchers behind a recent study warned that this is not always the case — especially when it comes to milk.
Even with infections that don't spread easily, family members might still run the risk of developing the same infections, simply due to a shared environment. Researchers explored this issue for one infection in particular — toxoplasmosis.
Certain types of the bacteria E. coli live in our intestines without causing trouble or harm. But other strains can cause serious illness. Two related California companies have recalled pre-packaged salads and wraps due to concerns about this type of the bacteria.
A number of food products, including packaged potato and tuna salads, were recalled in October due to concerns about a bacteria called Listeria. The recalls have been expanded this week and now include a variety of additional meat products and salads.