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Calicivirus (INACTIVE)

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  • News of the Weird: Chocolate Toothpaste and 'Holy Crap' Cereal!

    News of the Weird: Chocolate Toothpaste and 'Holy Crap' Cereal!
    The Precocious Tots of Finland: A University of Kansas professor and two co-authors, in research in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Finance, found that children age 10 and under substantially outperformed their parents in earnings from stock trading...
  • Virus sickens more than 100 middle school students in Oak Park

     
    An Oak Park middle school was bracing Tuesday to see if a highly contagious virus that has sickened more than 100 students had run its course....
  • Some say this is a fine beginning for what could be a longer list

     
    Michael Moynihan at the Daily Beast: What follows are a list of words routinely employed by journalists that must..be committed to the “memory hole.” Exclusive ... Breaking ...A better word, with less urgency—so of absolutely zero...
  • 'Vomiting virus' strain of norovirus strikes US from Australia

     
    If you're feeling sick, it may not be the flu. It could be the "vomiting virus" -- a strain of norovirus that originated in Sydney, Australia and struck New Zealand and France before sweeping the U.S....
  • Norovirus Outbreak Sickens Dozens at Oak Park School

    Norovirus Outbreak Sickens Dozens at Oak Park School
    OAK PARK, Calif. (KTLA) -- Dozens of students and staff at Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park have been sickened by a highly contagious virus. The Ventura County Health Department says that norovirus is to blame. It can cause stomach pain, nausea,...
  • Did you wash your hands?

    Did you wash your hands?
    Washing your hands after using the bathroom — not to mention after touching any number of public surfaces, from doorknobs to subway handrails to oh-so-disgusting toilet flush levers — is a basic rule of hygiene. Yet we don't always do it...
  • DHH recalls oysters and closes oyster harvesting area

    DHH recalls oysters and closes oyster harvesting area
    The Department of Health and Hospitals quickly closed oyster harvesting area 23 (see graphic at left) Tuesday and also ordered a recall of oysters harvested from that area since April 6. Fourteen people have reported getting sick with the norovirus after...
  • Mexican Restaurant Sees Business Pick up Slowly Following Norovirus Outbreak

    Mexican Restaurant Sees Business Pick up Slowly Following Norovirus Outbreak
    As expected, business has been slow for the Holland area Mexican restaurant where several hundred people contracted Norovirus in late July. After reopening his doors in early August, owner Alonzo Salinas has made some changes. “I think a lot of...
  • FDA urges removal of Korean shellfish from stores

    FDA urges removal of Korean shellfish from stores
    Korean shellfish shipped to the United States may have been exposed to human feces and potentially contaminated with norovirus, the Food and Drug Administration warned distributors, retailers and other food service operators Thursday. After evaluating...
  • Illness Cancels Pom-pon Competition

    Illness Cancels Pom-pon Competition
    About 40 middle and high school girls have gotten sick over the last few days, and the Kent County Health Department says it could be an outbreak of the norovirus. The illness broke out at Davenport University, where hundreds of girls from around the...
  • Norovirus blamed for sick campers at Notre Dame

    Norovirus blamed for sick campers at Notre Dame
    SOUTH BEND – A norovirus is being blamed for the gastrointestinal outbreak that affected 106 students attending sports camp at the University of Notre Dame this week. That word came Friday afternoon from St. Joseph County Health Officer Dr....
  • Oregon abandons glove requirement for restaurant workers

    Oregon abandons glove requirement for restaurant workers
    Last year, when Oregon Health Authority officials announced they would adopt the 2009 FDA Retail Food Code, restaurateurs suddenly faced a piece of legislation that would prohibit foodservice workers to touch prepared food with their bare hands. The...