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Hepatitis A is a human fecal virus.  It is endemic outside the United States.  Since 2016 the CDC has reported over 30,000 infections with over 19,000 hospitalizations and 300 deaths.

Hepatitis A is vaccine preventable.

The ongoing hepatitis A outbreak is primarily in the homeless population and those linked

The CDC, several states, and federal partners (USDA/FSIS) are investigating a multistate outbreak of Listeria infections.

As of August 23, 2019, a total of 24 people infected with the outbreak strain of Listeria has been reported from 13 states: California (4), Florida (1), Iowa (10), Illinois (4), Indiana (1), Kansas (1), Kentucky (1), Michigan (1),

Food safety attorney William (Bill) Marler is available to consult those affected by the ongoing Listeria outbreak in the European Union. EFSA and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) announced today that frozen corn is the likely source of the Listeria outbreak affecting Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. As

Wayne County health officials report that a worker at the Token Lounge in Westland has been diagnosed with hepatitis A,

The club at 28949 Joy Road remains open for business, but people who drank beverages there between Nov. 20 and Dec. 4 are encouraged to watch for symptoms of the disease.

Hepatitis A has been

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), along with several other health agencies, are investigating at least seven cases of salmonella affecting people in four Wisconsin counties after all of them consumed fresh shelled peas purchased at farmers markets.

The Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) and four Local Health Departments are investigating

Food Safety News reports that an E. coli outbreak initially linked to a restaurant in Seattle is now being investigated as a multi-state outbreak with cases confirmed in four states.

In addition to seven Washington residents reported last week in connection with the Matador restaurant in Seattle, the outbreak has also sickened people in Colorado,

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CDC-led PulseNet spots outbreaks early, encourages safer practices 

110868_webAn elderly woman in Phoenix. A Toledo toddler. An accountant in Indianapolis. All poisoned by food. Quickly uncovering that their illnesses are connected can make all the difference in halting a deadly outbreak.

About 276,000 cases of foodborne illness are avoided each year because