E. coli outbreak update 2016: Yet another outbreak at a Chicago restaurant, while researchers and farmers join efforts to prevent E. coli transmission.
At least 25 persons have fallen ill in an E. coli outbreak at a Chicago restaurant. The… Read More
During Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), harmless E.coli bacteria in the gut can become harmful. Within the gut, there is a variety of bacteria, including E.coli, which normally is non-threatening, but can become so in… Read More
Researchers uncovered the reason why some people get sick, and even die, from E.coli O157:H7; the E.coli bacteria – a food borne pathogen – become more harmful when it is with beneficial bacteria.
The four year study used mice models… Read More