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To the Editor: New Delhi metallo-I2-lactamase 1 and OXA-48-group I2-lactamase have been increasingly reported as carbapenemases responsible for carbapenem resistance in Enterobacteriaceae worldwide .
Researchers at Kansas State University and elsewhere are making progress with a sweeping five-year study focused on preventing Shiga toxin-producing E. coli in beef.
David Roberts, the north and west Cumbria coroner, delivered a narrative verdict at the end of the inquest into the death of 32-year-old Graham Richard Lamb, of Linstock.
A boil water notice has been issued for Deerfield Beach after the North Broward Regional well field, from which the city gets a portion of its groundwater, detected E. coli in one of the wells.
The global spread and increasing incidence of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae have resulted in treatment and public health concerns.
Bacteria can lurk on the buffet table if food is left sitting out too long or not kept at the proper temperature.
A young boy has been described as the most severely affected surviving patient in Scotland of the worst strain of E. Coli.
According to a new study, 97 percent of chicken breasts bought in stores across the U.S. was found to contain potentially harmful bacteria.
There are no current molecular or phenotypic typing methods for foodborne pathogens that matched up to all pre-defined criteria, according to an EU scientific opinion.
In May 2011, public health authorities in Europe began investigating an outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O104:H4 infections that ultimately involved more than 4,000 persons in 16 countries.
For its report " The High Cost of Cheap Chicken ," Consumer Reports tested over 300 raw chicken breasts, including some labeled as organic and antibiotic free, at national retailers.
There is harmful bacteria crawling all over the chicken breasts you cook with, according to an eye-opening study by Consumer Reports .
Dufour, A P. E. COLI AND PUBLIC HEALTH. MONITORING THE QUALITY OF RECREATIONAL WATERS.
If you eat chicken, heads up! Consumer Reports ' tests of more than 300 raw chicken breasts purchased at stores across the country found potentially harmful bacteria in nearly all the samples.
When you shop at your favorite grocery store, you probably assume that the food on display is safe to take home.
Household chores are a never-ending reality of life. In fact, on average women spend more than two hours a day on household activities, which include housework and cooking, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Time Use Survey.