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Food poisoning affects approximately one in six Americans each year. Here are some things you might not know could give you food poisoning.
Meal prepping can help you save time and money but there are some things to look out for when meal prepping that could potentially make you sick.
Mets vow to teach 25-year-old outfielder how to cook after he got sick from his own under-cooked chicken
Brandon Nimmo was so proud of his dish that he said he even sent a photo to his wife. Unfortunately, that chicken later made him sick.
The 46-year-old woman reportedly ate a dish at RiFF restaurant, Valencia containing morchella fungi, which can be poisonous if not cooked correctly.
Bill Marler has cut certain foods out of his diet after more than two decades as a foodborne-illness attorney. Here's what he won't eat.
Some American food-safety inspections aren’t happening due to the government shutdown, sparking food-poisoning concerns. Here’s what this ...
Food-poisoning expert Bill Marler says you should consider skipping salad when going out to eat.
From airport lines to food inspections, here are all the ways the government shutdown is impacting the lives of average Americans
The federal government is stuck in the second-longest shutdown ever. Average Americans are starting to see the effects from airports to paychecks.
Some American food safety inspections aren’t happening due to the government shutdown, and it could mean more food-poisoning outbreaks
The government shutdown could lead to a perhaps unexpected negative consequence: more food-poisoning outbreaks.
SHUTDOWN STANDSTILL: The government shutdown enters a record 22nd day as Trump, Democrats continue to battle over the border wall and 800,000 workers ...
The government shutdown entered a record-breaking 22nd day as the showdown between Trump and Democrats drags on and 800,000 workers go without pay.
Following spate of food poisoning cases, Singapore introduces stiffer penalties for establishments with poor hygiene practices
In appropriate cases, NEA and AVA will also press for deterrent sentences to be imposed by the court.