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By Lora Strum, Julia Griffin
The Food and Drug Administration warned Thursday that eating raw cookie dough may be harmful to your health following an E. coli outbreak that prompted the recall of millions of pounds of flour.
By Eugene Mason
By PBS NewsHour
The O104:H4 E. coli strain. (Photo courtesy Manfred Rohde, Helmholtz-Zentrum fuer Infektionsforschung (HZI)/Getty Images) The rare strain of E. coli that has killed 39 people and sickened thousands in Europe combines the abilities of two known E. coli pathogens…
By Talea Miller
In other news Friday, firefighters in eastern Arizona hurried to make the most of improved conditions in their battle against the Wallow wildfire. Also, health officials announced that bean sprouts from a German organic farm were the source of the…
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.
Toxic Outbreak of E. Coli in Europe a 'Wake-Up Call' on Food Distribution…
In other news, a suicide bombing in Pakistan killed 35 people, and Secretary of State Clinton was criticized by Arab states for her talks with Israel.
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