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  • First Chikungunya Cases Acquired In The U.S. Reported

    First Chikungunya Cases Acquired In The U.S. Reported

    Florida Health officials Thursday confirmed the first locally acquired cases of the mosquito-borne virus chikungunya.

  • More Stores Affected By Listeria Fruit Recall

    More Stores Affected By Listeria Fruit Recall

    Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12. Wawona believes the products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

  • Cheese and Microbes Just Got Tastier – New Lower Price

    Cheese and Microbes Just Got Tastier – New Lower Price

    This is not a cheesemaking guide, and you won’t find any recipes in it. Neither is it a microbiology 101 textbook (although it does cover the fundamentals of both cheesemaking and microbiology). Rather, it collects some of the best studies, essays and research, from a broad array of authors, on the subject of microbes and the science of cheesemaking, seen through the lens of a variety of cheese styles...

  • Report On Viruses Looks Beyond Disease

    Report On Viruses Looks Beyond Disease

    In contrast to their negative reputation as disease causing agents, some viruses can perform crucial biological and evolutionary functions that help to shape the world we live in today, according to a new report by the American Academy of Microbiology.


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