It has been a busy last several weeks for public health investigators (and lawyers) and uncomfortable (and sometimes deadly) weeks for food poisoning victims, as well as management for several… Continue Reading
Not sure where in the 100 I fall, but the fact that I made the list again is an honor.
I tend not to get quoted much by Fox News – so, when it happens, well, I must have said something: “The number of recalls have actually gone up in… Continue Reading
The American Agriculture Law Association will host its 36th annual Educational Symposium in historic Charleston, South Carolina from October 21 – 23, 2015. I have the honor of being the keynote… Continue Reading
Over the last week I spoke to two families of very young children stricken by E. coli O111 after they both attended a small town Maine fair and petting zoo…. Continue Reading
Foodborne illnesses represent a substantial, yet largely preventable, health burden in the United States. In 10 U.S. geographic areas, the Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet) monitors the incidence of… Continue Reading
In 1992 in response to a growing risk of pathogenic E. coli being linked to hamburger being cooked to the 140 degrees then suggested by the FDA Food Code, the… Continue Reading
I was in Alaska, Minnesota and Washington D.C. last week and now need to start thinking of packing for New York City. Eating Through Time: Food, Health and History The… Continue Reading
The Johnny Horton song keeps running through my head as I try to sleep before heading North to the Alaska Environmental Health Association annual meeting in Anchorage.
A week ago last Monday, I was sitting in a bar in the Boston airport across the gate from my delayed flight (I would eventually get home a day late)… Continue Reading