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Beware Easter Photo-Ops and Props Bearing <i>Salmonella</i>
Be careful when handling chicks or bunnies this Easter, as they may transmit Salmonella to you or your loved one.
Multidrug-Resistant Gene Found in <em>Salmonella</em>
Researchers in China have discovered a troubling case of the presence of a variant of the multidrug-resistant gene MCR-1 in a common strain of Salmonella in a healthy patient.
Number of Outbreaks of Disease Associated with Imported Food Increasing
CDC researchers found that not only is the proportion of US food that is imported is increasing, but the number of food-borne disease outbreaks associated with imported foods is also increasing.
Common Food-borne Bacteria Could Help Fight Brain Cancer
Research conducted by Duke University biomedical Engineers finds that an avirulent strain of Salmonella typhimurium may be able to deliver life-saving treatments directly to the cells in glioblastoma tumors.
<i>Salmonella</i> Promote Host Survival During Infection
Researchers from Salk Institute make a surprising discovery regarding the link between sickness-induced behaviors, such as loss of appetite, and their role in how the body fights off infection.
Handle with Care: 3 Food Poisoning Hazards at Your Super Bowl Party
Throwing a Super Bowl party? There are a few food poisoning hazards that you should be mindful of this weekend.
<em>Salmonella</em> May Spread Further by Becoming Less Virulent
Researchers find that Salmonella Typhimurium has evolved a mechanism to inhibit its ability to cause disease and allow survival of its host in order to promote its own spread to new hosts.
Urbanized White Ibises Could Be Transmitting <i>Salmonella</i> to Human Populations
A team of researchers has found that urbanized white ibises may be shedding Salmonella enterica and transmitting it to humans visiting parks.
The new test can differentiate between Lyme disease and 7 other tick-borne diseases.