This week may have been a good week for E. coli, but not for us. The deadly bacteria broke out in several U.S. communities.
A toxic new strain of E. coli bacteria that appears to have originated in Germany has concerned people avoiding salads — and health officials scratching their heads. Continue reading
A deadly new strain of E. coli is sickening hundreds throughout Europe and so far baffling researchers and health officials. Ray Suarez reports on the outbreak that has many Europeans concerned about the contents of their salads and soups. Continue reading
A new strain of E. coli is sickening hundreds throughout Europe and leaving health officials baffled. Ray Suarez discusses the outbreak’s global impact with attorney Bill Marler, who has worked on foodborne illness cases, and Cornell University food science professor Robert Gravani. Continue reading
Spinach has returned to store shelves after September’s deadly E. coli outbreak. NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels reports from California on what caused the problem and what growers are doing to prevent another one. Continue reading