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By STOP Foodborne Illness
The National public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness is looking for stories of those who have been impacted by an antibiotic-resistant foodborne illness.
11890033
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar look at the food poisoning issues surrounding holidays to Turkey, the top travel destination for UK holidaymakers. Salmonella, Cryptosporidium and Campylobacter are just a few bugs that can be contracted on holiday in Turkey.
11888931
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar LLP take a deeper look into the Health Protection Agency's (HPA) insight into food poisoning and traveller's diarrhoea report which details some of the most common illnesses contracted abroad by holidaymakers.
11883336
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar Solicitors LLP have recognised a pattern in their case history relating to holiday illness bugs, they are now prepared to share this and highlight the common illnesses that unfortunate holidaymakers have been unlucky enough to contract
11874245
By Simpson Millar LLP Solicitors
Top Holiday Claims Experts, Simpson Millar claim that holiday illnesses eg Salmonella could rise in countries such as Egypt or Turkey and we could see an influx in British holidaymakers struck down by this travel bug whilst on holidays abroad.
By Jim Cook
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed the presence of strains of listeria in cantaloupe samples. Currently, there are 33 additional illnesses and 29 deaths reported to be linked to the ongoing outbreak of listeria food poisoning.

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By HDScores
Don’t Eat at a Dirty Restaurant this year or anytime. The CDC states 1 in 6 Americans will get a food borne illness annually (48 Million people). There is a potential for 131,000 food borne illnesses to occur on a daily basis across the US.
By NewLaw Solicitors
With the holiday season now upon us NewLaw Solicitors is urging holiday makers across the UK to stay safe during their summer breaks and ensure that they have adequate insurance cover in place, should anything go wrong whilst on holiday.
By Hilary Meredith Solicitors Ltd
It’s very upsetting when a summer holiday is ruined by food poisoning or illness caused by or contracted from the hotel you are staying at or an accident caused by the negligence of the hotel proprietors or others.
12044658
By STOP Foodborne Illness
The National public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness is looking for stories of those who have been impacted by an antibiotic-resistant foodborne illness.
By SGS Consumer Testing Services
In summer we see an increase in socialization and food consumption and unfortunately, food poisoning. While we enjoy and thrive in the warm weather unfortunately so do bacteria, which multiply rapidly in warm humid temperatures.
11890033
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar look at the food poisoning issues surrounding holidays to Turkey, the top travel destination for UK holidaymakers. Salmonella, Cryptosporidium and Campylobacter are just a few bugs that can be contracted on holiday in Turkey.
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar LLP take a look into popular honeymoon destinations that suffer a high amount of complaints from holidaymakers due to poor standards and illnesses. The destinations include Mauritius, the Maldives, Dominican Republic and many others.
11888931
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar LLP take a deeper look into the Health Protection Agency's (HPA) insight into food poisoning and traveller's diarrhoea report which details some of the most common illnesses contracted abroad by holidaymakers.
11883336
By Simpson Millar LLP
Simpson Millar Solicitors LLP have recognised a pattern in their case history relating to holiday illness bugs, they are now prepared to share this and highlight the common illnesses that unfortunate holidaymakers have been unlucky enough to contract
11874245
By Simpson Millar LLP Solicitors
Top Holiday Claims Experts, Simpson Millar claim that holiday illnesses eg Salmonella could rise in countries such as Egypt or Turkey and we could see an influx in British holidaymakers struck down by this travel bug whilst on holidays abroad.
By Dexas International Ltd.
It's too easy to count the number of Americans who get sick each year with a food-borne illness...1 in 6. Dexas shares how kids can be empowered to keep an eye on food safety practices at home, by following the A-B-C rule - "always be clean."
By Jim Cook
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed the presence of strains of listeria in cantaloupe samples. Currently, there are 33 additional illnesses and 29 deaths reported to be linked to the ongoing outbreak of listeria food poisoning.
By Society of Certified Senior Advisors
Summary: Not all foods are safe for seniors to eat and food in refrigerators is surprisingly susceptible to contamination. Learn how to protect yourself with safe food practices.
By Lee Jackson, Food Writer and Author
Food-borne diseases and threats to food safety constitute a growing public health problem. It is important to understand what can cause food poisoning and how to help prevent it.
By Scott Skolnick
AratedONLY.com recognizes the award winning restaurants in Missouri City Texas, says larger cities should follow the example of this small city
By Scott Skolnick
A national database of Health Department "A" Rated restaurants has been established at AratedONLY.com
By Joel McLaughlin
So far 2,403 confirmed illnesses linked to the recent shell egg salmonella outbreak have been reported. In recent news reported on CNN.com...
By Joel McLaughlin
A voluntary recall has been implemented by Wright County Egg of Galt, IA due to potential contamination with salmonella bacteria.
By Joel McLaughlin
Recently, 34 people have become ill with salmonella food poisoning after eating at certain Subway restaurants in Illinois. While all are reportedly recovering, 14 of these 34 had to be hospitalized.
By Joel McLaughlin
Recently, seven cases of salmonella food poisoning have been reported in Douglas County in Oregon. According to local health officials, the outbreak appears to be connected to a downtown Roseburg restaurant, Los Dos Amigos.
By Joel McLaughlin
Recently, romaine lettuce has been in the news as Freshway Foods voluntarily recalled the lettuce that was said to be contaminated with E. coli O145.
By Joel McLaughlin
Recently, it was announced that salmonella bacteria had been found in HVP, or Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, that is used in a wide range of food products.
By Joel McLaughlin
On March 3, 2010, the CDC updated the case count related to the Daniele, Inc., recall involving salami coated with red pepper from Wholesome Spice, and possibly black pepper as well.
By Joel McLaughlin
Over the past several weeks, the Centers for Disease Control reports that 230 people have been infected with salmonella in 44 states and the District of Columbia.
By Yvonne Siddall
Based on a 900-year Old Formula: This combination of natural ingredients was originally discovered in the 12th century by Genghis Khan’s Mongol Empire. Its efficacy in killing germs may have been a major contribution towards bringing
By Joel McLaughlin
A New Jersey cheese manufacturing company is in danger of being shut down due to cheese being contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
By Joel McLaughlin
Fears of salmonella contamination have prompted the FDA to recall seedless watermelons that were distributed in California and Texas. A food test was conducted that detected the presence of salmonella on the outside rind of a watermelon.
By Nick Harris, Head of International Travel Law
Holiday Claims Solicitors Simpson Millar – Get £250 Instant Cash Upfront (quote: "claim250") if we agree to pursue your compensation claim for your ruined Tenerife Holiday. See how you can claim compensation if you were taken in ill in Tenerife.
By Nick Harris, Head of International Travel Law
Simpson Millar Solicitors LLP have received reports from holiday makers hit by an outbreak of illness at the Kuredu Island Resort Hotel in the Maldives. - Get £250 bonus for your Maldives Holiday Compensation Claim
By Nick Harris, Head of International Travel Law
Simpson Millar Solicitors LLP are receiving reports from holiday makers struck by outbreaks of illness at the Gran Caribe Club Villa Cojimar and Sol Cayo Guillermo hotels in the resort of Cayo Guillermo - Cuba.

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