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What to do When the Fridge Goes Out During Stormy Weather

Food Safety,Our Blog,Pathogens | March 30, 2019

If you live somewhere with inclement weather, you probably know a thing or two about preparing for a storm or a hurricane. You know to make sure that you’re stocked on batteries and drinking water. You know where to look… read more

Wormwood Tea the Cure for Parasites?

Food Safety,Our Blog,Pathogens,Science | February 20, 2019

Snail fever. Bilharzia. Schistosomiasis. In 2016, some 200 million people were afflicted; of those, less than half received treatment. Swollen, distended bellies are the telltale sign; the disease, which is caused by parasitic flatworms, still ravages children in the global… read more

Red Light – Green Light: Shopping Cart Bacteria

Food Safety,Pathogens | October 5, 2018

The official start of fall is just around the corner, but for many parts of the country this doesn’t mean much when it comes to the temperature dial.  At least not right away.  While temperatures scorch and it’s hot enough,… read more

Diarrhea: Infectious Disease Society of America’s New Guidelines

Pathogens | October 4, 2018

Molecular diagnostic testing and other culture-independent diagnostic tests have recently pushed culture diagnostic testing for diarrheal illness diagnosis and treatment to the sidelines.  Culture can always play a role in confirmation testing and can offer additional antibiotic sensitivity information not… read more

I Take It Like a Man, But Not When Food Poisoning is Involved

Pathogens | September 14, 2018

Life is full of lessons. Some are hard, others a bit easier. But the take away – what we learn – is what lessons are all about right? It is how we grow from these lessons that define us as… read more

We Have a Super BIG Problem with Superbugs in Our Food

Food Safety,Outbreaks & Recalls,Pathogens | August 30, 2018

Scientists are sounding the alarm on growing resistance to antibiotics in bacteria. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria already kill tens of thousands each year. Some worry that they will be responsible for our next global epidemic. And there’s a significant chance that that… read more

Manure Meandering – Read This Before You Plant Your Veggies

Food Safety,Outbreaks & Recalls,Pathogens | August 23, 2018

Manure can be a great base for compost. The leavings of cows, horses, and other grass-munching herbivores are rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, which are all necessary ingredients for cooking up healthy soil. Manure is readily available, too –… read more

The Dos and Don’ts of Royal Eating

Food Safety,Pathogens | August 17, 2018

As Americans, we are all pretty amazed by The Royal Family. Weddings, births of new royal babies, royal dogs, clothing and now even foods have become topics in our homes and in all sorts of media. Why are we royal… read more

Red Tide Hits Florida – What You Need to Know

Outbreaks & Recalls,Pathogens | August 12, 2018

A lot of people get an incredible amount of enjoyment out of travel, and during the summer months when the ocean water is warm and the sun is pleasantly hot, Florida tends to be a popular place for tourist and… read more