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E. Coli on Calif. Ranch Matches Outbreak Strain
Oct 27, 2006 in
Investigators have matched E. coli found in a stream and in a wild pig on a California ranch to the strain of bacteria that caused last month's deadly spinach-borne outbreak.
"Food safety experts do not know how far apart livestock operations and vegetable fields should be to prevent E. coli contamination" Well,that's comforting!
Zinfandel's wine roots to bear tourism fruit in Kastela, Croatia
Op-Ed: Scientist who is the darling of climate change deniers feels heat
Weasel hitching a ride on back of a woodpecker goes viral [Photo]
Wreck of the biggest battleship ever built discovered
Archaeologists find 3,000-year-old tomb in Luxor
NFL Rumors: Mark Ingram to Philadelphia Eagles?
Current HIV traced back to gorillas
Recovering Ireland appeals for diaspora to come home
High salt diet could protect against pathogens
Catching up with Tony Dovolani from 'Dancing With the Stars'
2015 NBA Mock Draft: First round projections and analysis
FDA taking the heat for duodenoscope sold without approval
First ever photo of light as both wave and particle at same time
Mr. Big Shot: Study finds men more likely narcissistic than women
Encounter with aliens and UFOs deemed historical fact
Google figures out how to stop people from lying on the Internet
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