Chances are that about 15 percent of the food you eat — more if your diet includes lots of fruits, vegetables and cheese — comes from abroad, and the government is taking steps now to make it safer.Full story
(Reuters) - Some simple safety techniques for food handling and preparation could help delicatessens and other food stores cut the risk of customers developing the potentially deadly foodborne illness of listeriosis, according to a U.S. government report released on Friday. Full story
Following this summer’s listeria outbreak, two more people have died, bringing the death toll to 23, and making this the worst case of food-borne illness in 25 years. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
The deadliest food outbreak in more than a decade is raising fears about the nation’s produce, particularly lettuce and cantaloupe linked to deaths from coast to coast. Food expert Phil Lempert offers some practical advice on how to reduce the risks when preparing your next meal.
At least 72 have been sickened and 16 have reportedly died due to a listeria outbreak. But while President Obama tried to sign a Food Safety Modernization Act into law, the GOP majority decided to gut the “food safety and inspection service” from the budget. Martin Bashir explains.
Health magazine’s Dr. Roshini Raj speaks with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about common foods can make you sick and what you can do to prevent illness.
The listeria tragedy could put pressure on the private sector to do more testing, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
A gastrointestinal tube insterted preemie Kendall Paciorek stomach provides an alternative way of feeding the three month old girl. The tube is needed to assure that Kendall gets a full feeding every three hours even though she has little energy to feed herself. Kendall was born three months prema
Michelle Wakley-Paciorek holds her daughter Kendall Paciorek after being examined by occupational therapist and a speech pathologist. Kendall's development will be closely watched in the first year for signs of any problems that might be caused by being born three months premature.
Newborn Kendall Paciorek gets special attention from her sister Madison and her mom Michelle Wakley-Paciorek on her first full day home from the hospital. Kendall was born three months prematurely with the virus Listeria, which her mother contracted from eating cantaloupe.