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E. coli Infection (INACTIVE)

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  • E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 14 in Six States

    E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 14 in Six States
    Federal health officials say 14 people in six states have been sickened by the same strain of E. coli over the past couple of months. According to CDC spokeswoman Lola Russell, 14 cases of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O145 infection with the...
  • Arkansas River health advisory rescinded

    Arkansas River health advisory rescinded
    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has rescinded the health advisory for the Arkansas River. Analytical results from sampling the river on June 7 indicate that E. coli bacteria concentrations have returned to acceptable levels. KDHE first...
  • E.coli Outbreak Sickens 14 in 6 States, Including CA

    E.coli Outbreak Sickens 14 in 6 States, Including CA
    Atlanta -- Federal health officials say 14 people in six states have been sickened by the same strain of E. coli over the past couple of months. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokeswoman Lola Russell, 14 cases of Shiga toxin-...
  • Alexion: Profile From The Company's 2012 Annual Report

    Overview Alexion is a biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients with severe and ultra-rare disorders through the innovation, development and commercialization of life-transforming therapeutic products. Our marketed product SolirisĀ®...
  • Plan in the works for sewer system along U.S. 127

    Plan in the works for sewer system along U.S. 127
    HUSTONVILLE — Efforts are moving forward to bring sewer service to the U.S. 127 corridor south of Junction City. By providing sewer to homes in and near the Moreland and Hustonville communities, water quality in the Dix River watershed will...
  • ISP says contaminated food from hot trucks ending up in area restaurants

    ISP says contaminated food from hot trucks ending up in area restaurants
    Indiana State Police with the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division are concerned about trucks on Indiana interstates that are delivering spoiled and contaminated food to area restaurants. They say the excessive heat is also making the problem worse....
  • A storied presidency

    In 1995, Barack Obama released "Dreams From My Father," a compelling memoir full of stories about his life that -- though often not exactly true -- persuaded many people that this young man had a great political future ahead of him. Nearly a decade...
  • Tanimura & Antle Voluntarily Recalls Single Lot of Romaine Lettuce Because of Possible Health Risk

    Tanimura & Antle Voluntarily Recalls Single Lot of Romaine Lettuce Because of Possible Health Risk
    Tanimura & Antle Inc. is voluntarily recalling a single lot of romaine lettuce because it may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria. The affected product is limited to Tanimura & Antle Field Fresh Wrapped Single Head Romaine. This product is packed in...
  • CA Company Recalls Romaine Lettuce for Possible E. coli

    CA Company Recalls Romaine Lettuce for Possible E. coli
    SALINAS, Calif. (KTLA) -- Romaine lettuce grown in California is being recalled because of possible E. coli contamination. The grower is Tanimura & Antle, which is based in Salinas, in northern California. The company says that the recall is limited...
  • 4 accused of washing, reselling moldy cheese

    4 accused of washing, reselling moldy cheese
    Four people have been indicted in federal court in Chicago on charges of distributing tainted cheese throughout the U.S. after “washing” it by scraping off mold and fungus. No one is known to have become sick from eating the cheese, federal...
  • Two Stanford Elementary students diagnosed with E. coli poisoning

    Two Stanford Elementary students diagnosed with E. coli poisoning
    Officials from the Lincoln County Board of Education have confirmed that two kindergarten children from Stanford Elementary School are suffering fromE. colipoisoning. “They are very sick,” Superintendent Karen Hatter said. Both children are...
  • 'Pink Slime' manufacturer sues ABC News for $1.2 billion in damages

    'Pink Slime' manufacturer sues ABC News for $1.2 billion in damages
    'Pink slime' manufacturer sues ABC News for $1.2 billion in damages Beef Products Inc. announced Thursday that the company has filed a $1.2 billion lawsuit against ABC News, three reporters (Diane Sawyer, Jim Avila and David Kerley) and others,...