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The Contagion® Food-borne Infection / Food Safety specialty page provides food-borne Infection / food Safety-specific clinical news and articles, coverage from conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content.

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Biodetection Technologies Biothreats and Pathogen Detection: Coverage from the Biodefense World Summit
Ebola virus tracking and mechanisms to detect threats to our national food supply are highlighted.
Investigators Scrambling to Find Source of Utah-Arizona <i>E. coli</i> Outbreak
A team of investigators are dedicating their efforts to pinpointing a source of the E. coli outbreak that has sprung up on the Utah-Arizona border.
What Kind of Botulism Accounted for the Majority of Confirmed Cases in 2015?
The CDC recently released a national botulism surveillance summary for 2015.
Power Law Could be Used to Predict Size, Scope of Food-Borne Outbreaks
Could a power law be used to predict food-borne outbreaks and thus help public health agencies better prepare?
 
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.
Public Health News Watch Wednesday: Report for April 5, 2017
This week’s Public Health News Watch highlights initiatives taking place this week in celebration of National Public Health Week, as well as two new pieces of legislation being considered in Congress that could impact food safety in the country and healthcare, in general.
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.
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