History notes that the Aztec community was reduced from 25 million to 1 million a century after the arrival of Spaniards in Mexico in 1519.
Everybody doesn't want to experience food poisoning. It's hassling and inconvenient for everyone. However, a strain of food poisoning may be our best ally in fighting an even worse enemy: Glioblastomas, or one of the deadliest form of brain cancer.
Researchers from Duke University have genetically engineered a strain of salmonella, which usually causes food poisoning, to fight against the most aggressive and deadliest form of brain cancer, glioblastoma.
Several companies are recalling their products, including waffle mix, crepe mix, kettle chips and macaroni and cheese, after the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) detected salmonella in the manufacturing facility where their milk powder ingredient were made.
The Alabama Department of Public Health blames the chicken served at a wedding last November 12 for the recent outbreak of salmonella that sickened nearly 100 in Colbert County.
Juices released from precut leaves of lettuce, spinach and other leafy vegetables can encourage the growth of Salmonella pathogen growth by 2,400-fold
A multi-state salmonella outbreak currently rampant in Kansas, Missouri and Illinois has been traced back to eggs distributed by Good Earth Egg Co. LLC from Missouri.
A new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that there is an association between the salmonella outbreaks and the rising trend of keeping chickens as pets.
Scientists engineered a new weapon against cancer: bacteria that will self-destruct once activated, killing cancer cells.
A new study involving bacteriophages has revealed the ability of the bacteria-eating virus to successfully reduce salmonella in meat products by as much as 90 percent.
A variety of Nature Made vitamins are being recalled due to possible salmonella or Staphylococcus aureus contamination.
It turns out that the picky appetite of the Salmonella bacteria might be its downfall. Researchers have found that Salmonella relies on a very specific nutrient to survive, and blocking the bacteria's access to this nutrient can essentially "starve" the infection.
Pet lizards called bearded dragons, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday, are responsible for a nationwide outbreak of salmonella that so far has sickened 132 people in 31 states over the last two years.
Cucumbers imported from Mexico appear to be at the root of Salmonella infections that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), sickened 73 people in 18 states as of Thursday with a 27 percent hospitalization rate.