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Malaysian shrimp safe to eat, Government says after bombshell report claiming wet market stocks contain banned antibiotics

Shrimp farmed in Malaysia has not contained banned antibiotics since 2008, the Government has clarified.
Not pictured: the bacteria in raw milk that can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and other stomach woes.

Armie Hammer drank goat milk straight from the teat, and an expert said ‘this should never be done’

"Fresh" milk may sound healthier, but experts say pasteurization is important to kill pathogens without taking away nutrients.

Chipotle has nurses check if workers who call in sick are just hungover

"The nurse validates that it's not a hangover — you're really sick — and then we pay for the day off to get healthy again."
Police released this surveillance video of the suspect.

Walmart hunts for woman accused of urinating on produce and says it plans to have her prosecuted

A woman is accused of urinating on potatoes in the fresh-produce department of a Walmart in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania.

The 5 worst dishes you can eat at buffets, according to food safety experts

Buffets can breed germs that lead to food poisoning. Choose foods that are kept at the correct temperature and left untampered by other patrons.
The parasite enters the human body through ingestion of the snails or slugs that carry it.

A brain-invading parasite called rat lungworm has infected more than 80 people in Hawaii after they ate slugs and snails

People may become infected when they eat unwashed produce hiding the mollusks. Home-growing food and keeping pets also raises the risk.
Frozen food section of a supermarket.

Kroger is recalling frozen berries that might be contaminated with Hepatitis A. Here’s how worried you should be.

The FDA found evidence of Hepatitis A, a contagious liver disease, in a selection of frozen berries sold at Kroger grocery stores nationwide.
PFAS have been found in food packaging, as well as food items.

The FDA found ‘forever chemicals’ in meat, seafood, and chocolate cake sold in grocery stores. Here’s how worried you should be.

The toxic chemicals in question, known as PFAS, have been associated with cancer, liver damage, and developmental issues.
Keeping your butter out on the counter has been hotly debated.

It’s actually fine to leave your butter on the kitchen counter, with 2 big exceptions

People often argue if leaving butter on the counter is actually safe. Experts said yes, but there are a few things that you need to know.