foodborne


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Related to foodborne: foodborne botulism
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foodborne

adj de transmisión alimentaria (form), transmitido por los alimentos
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CENEVRE (CyHAN)- The World Health Organization's (WHO) first ever global estimates of foodborne diseases find children under five account for almost one third of deaths.
GENEVA, Dec 3 (KUNA) -- The Eastern Mediterranean Region has the third highest estimated burden of foodborne diseases per population, after the African and South-East Asia Regions, according to a new study by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reminds people with HIV/AIDS (and those preparing food for them) about the importance ofsafe food handling in preventing foodborne illness.
Foodborne illness is a growing public health problem in developing and industrialized nations and a common cause of illness, and sometimes death, worldwide (1).
Surveillance for foodborne disease outbreaks--United States, 1998-2008.
Foodborne illness is a major public health problem and a common cause of illness and death worldwide.
The economic burden of foodborne illness includes the cost of any health care required, productivity losses and lost trade, incurred as a result of restrictions placed on trade if contaminated food is identified as the source and cause of an outbreak of foodborne illness.
Rapid detection of foodborne illnesses and identifying common sources are essential to timely investigation and reducing foodborne outbreaks," said state epidemiologist Allyn Nakashima, MD.
This book reviews key aspects of the surveillance, analysis and spread of foodborne pathogens at different stages of industrial food production and processing.
ATLANTA -- Viruses surpassed bacteria as the pathogen group responsible for the most foodborne disease outbreaks in the United States in 2004, Rachel Yelk Woodruff reported in a poster at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Dramatic media reports have alerted the public to the dangers of foodborne pathogens such as Salmonella and Escherichia coli O157:H7.
Fatal illnesses caused by unknown foodborne agents do not always involve gastroenteritis, and gastroenteritis may not be accurately diagnosed or reported on hospital charts or death certificates.