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Rattlesnake Pills Responsible for <i>Salmonella</i> Infection in Kansas
A Salmonella infection in a Kansas resident has been linked with the consumption of rattlesnake pills.
Did Infections Caused by World War I Contribute to Causing World War II?
How many of those who recovered from WWI-associated infections had residual neurological impairments that increased their risk for violence?
The 10 Biggest Infectious Disease Outbreaks of 2017
We’ve rounded up the 10 biggest infectious disease outbreaks of 2017.
New Report Sheds Light on Types of Food That Contribute to Food-Borne Illness
The Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration released a report that sheds light on the types of food that contribute to food-borne illness.
National Cookie Day: Say No to Raw Dough
On National Cookie Day, it’s important to remember to avoid consuming any raw baking materials or you'll run the risk of infection.
FDA Releases NARMS Report on Food-borne Antimicrobial Resistance
While a new FDA report shows antibiotic resistance remains low among many food-borne bacteria, some pathogens are increasingly showing multidrug resistance. 
37 Individuals Infected in Multistate <i>Salmonella</i> Agbeni Outbreak Linked to Pet Turtles
Thirty-seven individuals have been infected in ongoing multistate Salmonella Agbeni outbreak that has been linked with pet turtles.
CDC Issues Health Advisory on Resistant <i>Brucella</i> Strain Found in Raw Milk
The CDC has issued a health advisory on a rifampin/penicillin-resistant strain of RB51 Brucella that has been contracted by a Texas resident through the consumption of raw milk.
Influenza A (H3N2) has caused most of the illnesses in this severe flu season, but influenza B is becoming increasingly responsible for more infections as the flu season continues to hit the United States.