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Norovirus

Puritan Backroom in New Hampshire Linked to Norovirus Death

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 1, 2020

New Years’ Eve brought was a night of epic parties, promises, resolutions, and time spent with those we care for. But this New Year’s Eve also brought with it a closure to a mystery death in New Hampshire. This Norovirus-related… read more

Norovirus Detector

Norovirus,Our Blog | September 1, 2019

Norovirus is one of the leading causes of food poisoning in the United States. It affects some 20 million people each year. And now, thanks to researchers at the University of Arizona, it might be possible to test for it… read more

3 Eyed Fish Norovirus Outbreak

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 26, 2019

The Benton-Franklin Health District Food Safety Program announced this week that they investigated a Norovirus outbreak back in February linked to a tri-city area restaurant. Here is everything we know about the 3 Eyed Fish Norovirus Outbreak: The Outbreak At… read more

Tequila’s Mexican Grill Outbreak

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 26, 2019

According to local news affiliate WILX, the Barry-Eaton District Health Department now says 39 people reported getting sick after eating at Tequila’s Mexican Grill in Charlotte. Here’s what you need to know about the Tequila’s Mexican Grill Outbreak: What We… read more

Georgia College Shuts Down Dining Facilities Following Reported Illnesses

Food Safety,Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | February 18, 2019

Food poisoning isn’t exactly the kind of thing the average college student has time to worry about. In the midst of flu season, tests, papers, and projects, Middle Georgia health officials issued an investigation after several students at Georgia College… read more

How are Food Poisoning Outbreaks Investigated?

Bacillus,Botulism,Campylobacter,Cyclospora,E. coli,Hep A,Legionella,Listeria,Norovirus,Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella,Shigella,Staphyloccocous,Vibrio,Yersinia | August 16, 2018

Public health and regulatory officials respond to foodborne disease outbreaks much the same way that police officers respond to crime. They must work swiftly, collecting as much helpful information in the smallest amount of time possible in order to take… read more

The Food Poisoning List

Campylobacter,E. coli,Listeria,Norovirus,Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella | August 15, 2018

Lists are great organizational tools that people use all the time in order to maintain the highest level of productivity and avoid duplicating mistakes. We make to-do lists, grocery lists, birthday lists, tasks lists, New Year’s Resolutions lists, and more…. read more

Drink This Virus Cocktail & Call Me in the Morning

Norovirus | July 24, 2018

What would you think if your doctor told you to drink a virus in order to kill a virus? Would you do it, or would you call him crazy? In today’s day and age, it seems that science is always… read more

Norovirus – The Cruise Ship Stowaway

Norovirus,Outbreaks & Recalls | July 5, 2018

Food poisoning and cruise ships. Cruise ships and food poisoning. The two go together like tropical cocktails and little paper umbrellas. They’re two sides of the same coin; put a couple hundred people together in a little box floating on… read more

The Scoop on Poop: Why Your Fecal Matter Matters

Campylobacter,Cyclospora,E. coli,Listeria,Norovirus,Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella,Shigella,Staphyloccocous,Vibrio | June 23, 2018

When a tummy ache becomes serious enough that your over-the-counter treatments and home remedies are just not doing the trick, it might be time to see a doctor.  If you find yourself in a doctor’s office or emergency room as… read more