Live chicks, ducklings obtained from relatives, feed supply stores, websites, and hatcheries.
Thirty-four people have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.
To date, 8 people have been hospitalized and 1 patient has died.
Illnesses appear to be caused by Vibrio parahaemolyticus bacteria.
As of end of May 2018, 199 cases of salmonellosis identified that were linked to kratom consumption.
Thirty people have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.
Lone star tick is most common in the South, but may be spreading to new areas
Twenty-four people have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.
The first step for managing a patient with diarrhea is to determine the severity of dehydration according to the estimated volume loss and the symptoms and signs noted on physical examination.
In 2013, one-quarter of Campylobacter samples from infected people were resistant to quinolone antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin, the agency said.
Goal is to protect U.S. food supply from potential terrorist acts.
As more people grill and prepare food outdoors, are you prepared to treat patients who present with acute gastrointestinal illness?
Two doses of a virus-like particle vaccine protects against Norwalk virus gastroenteritis, infection.
Reports of a strain of salmonella highly resistant to ciprofloxacin are increasing in several European countries, and health officials have identified isolates of the bacteria in the United States and Canada.
Salmonella Heidelberg sickens 76, kills one in 26 state outbreak linked to ground turkey.
Tainted raw bean and seed sprouts grown in Germany spread the strain of Escherichia coli that caused an outbreak of enterohemorrhagic illness and hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) there and in other European countries.
About 50% of people who travel to developing countries develop an illness. Find out how to prevent them with this travel medicine update from the American Academy of Physician Assistants' 39th Annual PA Meeting.
The FDA and CDC are advising people in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin to discard in-shell hazelnuts and mixed-nut products that contain in-shell hazelnuts due to the potential for serious illness from possible E. coli 0157:H7 contamination.