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Food Poisoning

Food Poisoning From Shiitake

Shiitake mushrooms, a traditional food also used as a medicine in Asian cultures, are the third most popular mushroom in the Unite...

Breastfeeding & Food Poisoning

Food poisoning results from eating food contaminated with harmful bacteria or toxins and can cause vomiting, diarrhea and abdomina...

Herbs for Food Poisoning

Food poisoning occurs when you consume food contaminated with various pathogens, including bacteria, parasites and viruses. The Na...

Bacteria & Kitchen Sponges

The kitchen may be the dirtiest room in the home, and kitchen sponges partially take the blame. According to "The New York Ti...

Vinegar for Food Poisoning

Apple cider vinegar is used to treat illnesses, including food poisoning. "The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth" calls apple cider vi...

Most Common Foods Causing Food Poisoning in the United States

Food poisoning is an illness that occurs when a person eats a food contaminated with a bacteria or other microorganism. The most-c...

Catfish Food Poisoning

Catfish makes regular appearances in many Americans' diets, and serves as a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, an important fatty...

Food Poisoning Travel Advice

Almost every traveler gets food poisoning at one point or another, and the culprit can be anything from a fastfood sandwich to a m...

Effects of Expired Foods

Most packages of food include a sell-by or use-by date that helps stores and consumers know how long each item is safe for consump...

Signs & Symptoms of Food Poisoning From Bad Meat

Food poisoning from eating meat is typically the result of bacterial contamination, usually due to improper handling, storing or c...
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