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New drug target designed to attack gut bacteria

Gastroenteritis is caused by some foodborne bacteria. Researchers have designed a new antimicrobial drug to take on one of the world’s most prevalent foodborne bacteria.

Edmonton evacuee center dealing with gastroenteritis outbreak

The main evacuation center for those who fled the Ft. McMurray wildfire has been hit by a viral stomach bug, affecting about 50 people as of Monday morning.

Gastroenteritis outbreak in New Zealand

Auckland - A recent food poisoning outbreak in New Zealand has been traced to prepackaged lettuce shipped to various supermarkets throughout the country.

Breath test for stomach cancer

A breath test has been devised for distinguishing between other gastric ailments such as ulcers gastric cancer. The device has shown a 90% success rate in trials.

Queen returns to work next week to celebrate Commonwealth Day

London - Following an overnight stay at King Edward Vll hospital after a bout of gastroenteritis and some time off of the throne to recover, the beloved monarch returns to her regular duties next week.

Queen Elizabeth released from hospital

London - A happy and smiling Queen Elizabeth was released from the King Edward Vll hospital Monday afternoon where she graciously thanked the staff and caregivers who had helped her recover from gastroenteritis.

Gastroenteritis breaks out in Pakistan

Multan - After afflicting areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, the epidemic of gastroenteritis has broken out in Multan (Punjab). Experts believe contaminated water is responsible for the outbreak.

FDA Approves New Rotavirus Vaccine

In a public statement on April 3rd, the GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals announced the release of Rotarix, the third oral vaccine for rotavirus to be developed. The FDA approved the vaccine on February

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