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Resolve to Be Food Safe in 2015: Easy Ways to Reduce the Risk of Food Poisoning with Home Food Safety

The start of a new year offers the opportunity to reflect and consider what you can do to make your life happier and healthier. Resolve to be food safe in 2015 and reduce your risk of food poisoning with tips from Home Food Safety, a public awareness campaign from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and ConAgra Foods.

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UT Southwestern Microbiologists Discover How Gut Bacterial Resources Are Hijacked to Promote Intestinal and Foodborne Illnesses

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UT Southwestern Medical Center microbiologists have identified key bacteria in the gut whose resources are hijacked to spread harmful foodborne E. coli infections and other intestinal illnesses.

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Survey Shows Floridians Have Concerns About Food Safety, GMOs

While Floridians believe they do a fairly good job of keeping themselves safe from foodborne illnesses, they aren’t always clear about which foods, preparation techniques or cooking methods pose the biggest risks.

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All People Should Have Access to Safe Food and Water: Updated Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Ensuring a safe food and water supply is the responsibility of consumers, health professionals, government and industry alike, according to an updated position paper from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The position paper recommends that registered dietitian nutritionists be active participants in creating a “global food safety culture.”

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Expert to Comment on FDA Labeling Rules

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Got Leftovers? Tips for Safely Savoring Food the Second Time Around

Whether you cook all your food for the week on Sunday or have extra food left at the end of a meal—for many families, leftovers are key to solving the problem of "what's for dinner." Meals like pastas, soups, chili, and other home-cooked meals can easily be reheated for lunch at the office the next day or packed in a heat-insulated thermos for kids' lunches.

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How Not to Poison You Friends and Family at Thanksgiving. Food Safety Expert Kathleen Splane Shares Her Top Tips

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Texas A&M AgriLife Scientist: eBeam Sanitization of Ebola Waste Could Be Cheaper and ‘Greener.’

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Electron-Beam Technology a Better Way to Sanitize Ebola Waste?

Dr. Suresh D. Pillai said electron beam technology could be much safer and more cost effective to sanitize ebola virus contaminated equipment and wastewater.

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Electronic 'Tongue' to Ensure Food Quality

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An electronic "tongue" could one day sample food and drinks as a quality check before they hit store shelves. Or it could someday monitor water for pollutants or test blood for signs of disease.

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