Outbreak Linked to Cilantro Leads to Import Ban
The FDA has banned all cilantro imports from a Mexican state after outbreaks of intestinal illness caused by the Cyclospora cayetanensis parasite.
What You Need to Know About Outbreak Linked to Cilantro
A surge of outbreaks related to a microscopic parasite has officials from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration banning all cilantro imported from a Mexican state. Cilantro farms in Pubela have been blamed for causing repeated cyclospora outbreaks in the U.S. in recent years, according to the U.S.
Federal Shutdown to Hamper Disease Tracking, Clinical Trials
The Affordable Care Act’s health insurance marketplaces may not experience the effects of the government shutdown, but other federal health care programs are down thousands of employees, officials said. As a result of the shutdown, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can’t ...
Farm Stops Salad Production Over Cyclospora Stomach Bug Outbreak
The Mexican farm blamed for a cyclospora outbreak in two states has voluntarily stopped making and shipping bagged salads to the United States until the Food and Drug Administration says it can resume doing so, according to an FDA statement. An FDA investigation traced the illness...
Mystery Continues in Cyclospora Stomach Bug Outbreak
Megan Provost ate a salad at Olive Garden six days before the onset of what she called the worst stomach bug of her life. "I felt like somebody socked me in the stomach," Provost, a 29-year-old banker, said. "I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy." After learning about the multi-state cyclospora
Source of Cyclospora Found
The FDA has linked the outbreak of stomach flu to a salad mix grown in Mexico.
Health Alert: Source of Mysterious Stomach Bug Identified
The CDC has traced the cause of the cyclospora outbreak to salad supplier in Mexico.
Cyclospora Outbreak Traced to Salad Supplier
More than 400 cases of cyclospora in 16 states linked to salad greens supplier to restaurants.
Stomach Bug Outbreak Tied to Taylor Farms in Mexico
FDA Names Mexican Produce Supplier as Source of Cyclospora in Iowa, Nebraska
Cyclospora Victim: 'I Found Myself in Tears a Lot of the Time'
For more than a month, Donna Heller hadn't been able to take more than a few bites of food without feeling uncomfortably full and needing to run to the bathroom. When she tried to sleep, she said it felt as if her stomach was "eating itself." Heller, a 54-year-old teacher from Crowley, Texas, was