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While everyone is at risk of developing foodborne illness, some groups are more likely to get sick than others. These groups include children, pregnant and post-partum women, people over 65, and those with compromised immune systems (FDA, 2018c). Chil ...
One of CFI’s objectives is to build strong partnerships to advance the goal of a safer food supply. Throughout its history, CFI has developed and maintained diverse, collaborative and results-driven partnerships to advance food safety, including: Ohio Sta ...
USDA’s Economic Research Service’s report on Product Liability and Microbial Foodborne Illness identifies three economic incentives most likely to result in the production of safe food: market forces; food safety laws and regulations; product liability. M ...
Re-Employment of OSU Extension Retirees
http://oaa.osu.edu/assets/files/documents/facultyappointments states: Reemployment of retired faculty for eligibility requirements and guidelines on the ... Resources is copied on the request and involved in discussions on priorities. Guidelines to be followed for OSU ... confirm cost with Human Resources. Any assignments which go beyond one year may be viewed as no longer ...
Food safety is a shared responsibility. From farm to fork to physician plays an important role in preventing foodborne illness. Government can: Ensure that food production and service facilities adopt proven preventive measures and enforce food safety la ...
Causes and Symptoms
Foodborne illness results from consuming foods contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, toxins or chemicals. Most cause acute illness and involve diarrhea, nausea and vomiting – but foodborne illness can also cause long-term health outcomes. There ...
About Foodborne Illness
Foodborne illness is a serious global health issue. Of the 600 million people sickened by it around the world each year, an estimated 420,000 will die – 1/3 of them, children. This impact is comparable to malaria and tuberculosis. Food safety is a global ...
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