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The Dangers of Staph

Staphyloccocous | October 13, 2018

Staphylococcus or Staph bacteria live in the nose of one-third of individuals and on the skin of 1 in 5 individuals. It is generally harmless and people who carry it might not show any symptoms. Most times these bacteria causes… 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

Old School Food Safety May Lead to Illnesses: A Personal Expirience

Food Safety | October 2, 2018

Ever gotten food poisoning at a family gathering?  I have.  Growing up it was tradition that we spent the holidays with grandparents basking in the joys of family coming in from out of town, catching up and just enjoying time… read more

Hey Honey! It’s National Honey Month!

Food Safety | September 23, 2018

Backyard beekeepers rejoice! September is National Honey Month, and we are jumping for joy in our house. Why are we jumping for joy you ask? It is all because of Honey; a deliciously sweet treat that literally goes with everything…. read more

Food Cravings & You

Food Safety | September 21, 2018

Imagine for a moment that you were presented with your absolute favorite food. It could be snack chips, chocolate, some sort of desert, ice cream, fast food: the list is endless, and is usually bad for you. Of course it… read more

Cuts to CDC Epidemic Prevention Endanger Americans

Food Safety,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 21, 2018

A former chief of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that the decision of the Center to cut down 80% of the CDC epidemic prevention activities overseas could raise the danger for the United States. The… read more

Want to Lose Weight? Think About When You Eat.

Science | September 20, 2018

It’s not just the what; it’s also the when. That’s what nutritional scientists are learning as they continue to study the ways in which our diets are complicated by other variables. One trend that’s emerging, according to a recent write-up… read more

Could Your Smartphone or Tablet in the Kitchen Make You Sick?

Food Safety | September 19, 2018

We have all done it; a perfect recipe that you need to prepare but you can’t remember the recipe by heart because it is brand new. It was on the internet, maybe even on a best friend’s social media. You… read more

Food Safety in the Time of Hurricanes

Food Safety,Water | September 18, 2018

For many people across the United States, the end of summer means long, warm evenings, days that grow steadily shorter, and a changing of gears in anticipation of the fall. Schools are filling back up; Starbucks is debuting their usual… read more