“This is an ALERT” notes the document sent to Ohio school nurses that I obtained this morning.

During April 2022, there has been an increase in complaints of gastrointestinal illness (GI) attributed to eating Lucky Charms cereal reported primarily to a crowdsourcing website. Some complaints of illness have also been reported to the U.S. Food

The Associated Press reports that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating Lucky Charms cereal after dozens of customers complained of illness after eating it.

The FDA said Saturday it has received more than 100 complaints related to Lucky Charms so far this year.

“The FDA takes seriously any reports of possible adulteration of

Adenoviruses is suspected as the cause of the hepatitis.

Since November 2021, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), in collaboration with pediatric healthcare providers including hospitals who treat children and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has been investigating an increase in hepatitis in young children. These children presented to providers in

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention is warning consumers of possible hepatitis A exposure at a Boothbay convenience store.

A food service worker at T&D Variety at 601 Wiscasset Road, Boothbay, who was infected with hepatitis A, handled “to go” food on April 6 between 7 a.m. and 1 p.m., and on April

Come on CDC, let’s call for hepatitis A vaccines for all food service workers.

There has been an ongoing and massive hepatitis A outbreak that has been sweeping the United States over the last several years.  Seeing yet another hepatitis A scare in a food service worker has been a far too common occurrence. Here

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is alerting the public to a risk of exposure to Hepatitis A from a food service employee at a restaurant located in Emerald Park, SK.

The SHA (Regina area) is conducting an investigation and follow-up of a case of Hepatitis A in a food handler who assisted with all meal