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Colon Cancer: Are You at Risk?
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Food Safety News - September 19, 2014 Oregon Restaurant Ruled Out as Source of E. Coli Infections

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The Lincoln County Public Health Division in Newport, OR, announced Wednesday that the restaurant in Otis, OR, where Serena Profitt, 4, and her friend, Brad Sutton, 5, shared a turkey sandwich over Labor Day weekend was not the source of E. coli infection that later killed the girl, hospitalized her friend, and may have sickened a... Continue Reading
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The White House announced Thursday its plan to make the issue of antibiotic resistance a national priority. In addition to the release of the much-anticipated President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) report on antibiotic resistance requested by President Obama last year, there are three related developments. These include an Executive Order (EO)... Continue Reading
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Jury in PCA Criminal Trial Continues Deliberations Today

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The jury in Albany, GA, ended its first full day of deliberations on Thursday without reaching a verdict in the trial of three former Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) executives who face a total of 111 federal felony charges. The jury returns today to continue its work of deciding whether former PCA owner Stewart Parnell,... Continue Reading
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Crest's Parent Company Plans to Phase Out Microbeads in Toothpaste

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A dental hygienist’s concern about the tiny blue dots she kept seeing in people’s mouths has led to an announcement from the parent company of Crest toothpaste that it will start phasing out the controversial ingredient over the next six months. Trish Walraven said she wondered what the little blue specks could be that she... Continue Reading
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Scots will continue to have an appetite for porridge and kippers after yesterday's independence vote, but also remaining despite the outcome are Scotland's food safety challenges. Foodborne illnesses strike about 132,000 Scots annually, sending 2,330 to hospitals and causing about 50 deaths. Who gets the bill for those damages — about 140 million British pounds... Continue Reading
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