Niagara says at this time, there have been no reports of illness or injury.
While the scientists say more clinical trials are needed, they also say their findings are encouraging because they “suggest a potentially simple and effective approach for reducing antibiotic usage.”
Federal food safety officials say ground beef recalled by a Detroit business may have been sent to stores in 10 states.
Dr. Carrie DeLone, Physician General for Pennsylvania, says illnesses related to bagged lettuce have not reached this part of the country.
The products carry the number “EST. 208A” inside the USDA mark. They were produced July 18 and shipped in 40 to 60 pound cases across the country.
Public pools will soon be opening up for the season, but there’s some disgusting new research you might want to consider before you dive in.
The “food police” have a new report on which meat is most likely to cause foodborne illness. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more.
Giant Food Stores and Martin’s Food Markets have removed several products from sale after a voluntary recall by Rich Products Corporation.
Health officials say at least 24 people have become sick from an outbreak of E. coli infections linked to frozen snack foods marketed to children.
Three Chester County women who admitted to “contaminating” a birthday cake with human waste and then giving it to a classmate for her and her family to eat have been sentenced to some unusual community service time by a judge.
A cookie dough warning from Federal Health Officials. They say it can be dangerous if eaten raw. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is here with more on the safety alert.
Food safety continues to be an issue in our country. Whether it is an e coli outbreak, a concern over listeria or some other exotic bacteria, we keep seeing situations popping up in the news. Prevention is key.
Both counties are handing out free water test kits distributed by the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Officials in Ventnor City, Atlantic County, New Jersey are asking residents to boil their water before using it.
Classes were cancelled Monday for approximately 6,500 hundred students in the Winslow Township Public School System because of contaminated water in the Camden County community; however, all school employees were expected to report for work as usual.