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  • FDA plan to reduce antibiotic use in meat is a major step

    FDA plan to reduce antibiotic use in meat is a major step
    Make no mistake about it, the Food and Drug Administration’s decision Wednesday to encourage reductions in the use of antibiotics in livestock production is a very big deal. Granted, it doesn’t go as far as many advocates would prefer --...
  • FDA to phase out non-medical antibiotic use by farms

     FDA to phase out non-medical antibiotic use by farms
    In a major shift of national food policy, the Food and Drug Administration is phasing out the non-medical use of antibiotics on farm animals in an effort to combat growing human resistance to the crucial drugs. The plan, announced Wednesday, would...
  • Minnesota says raw milk makes more people sick than recognized

    As the movement to relax regulations on raw milk seems to be gaining steam, health officials in Minnesota warned Wednesday that raw milk could be making more people sick than previously recognized, based on a 10-year study. They estimated that more than...
  • FDA unveils plan to rein in antibiotics on the farm

    In a move to address growing concerns about human resistance to antibiotics, the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday it plans to phase out the non-medical use of antibiotics on food animals. The plan would rein in what’s believed to be...
  • Congress faces deadline to reach a budget deal

    Congress faces deadline to reach a budget deal
    Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill on Monday to begin a critical week of budget negotiations with wide-ranging economic implications for Maryland — on issues that include Baltimore harbor dredging, preschool classrooms and the Eastern Shore's...
  • Time to toss the Thanksgiving leftovers

    Time to toss the Thanksgiving leftovers
    If you haven't eaten the leftovers from Thursday's Thanksgiving feast, then it's time to toss them, according to health and safety experts. The Virginia Department of Health recommends that after three to four days, they be eaten, discarded, or frozen....
  • USDA outlines plan to fight salmonella

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has outlined a broad plan to combat salmonella. But some food safety advocates say it doesn't do enough to combat a pathogen responsible for 1.3 million illnesses in the U.S. each year. The push has taken on new...
  • USDA announces new plan to combat salmonella

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled a new plan Wednesday to reduce the number of salmonella outbreaks linked to meat and poultry. The effort comes weeks after Foster Farms chicken was found to have sickened at least 389 people nationwide with...
  • Buying breast milk online? Watch out for salmonella and E.coli

    Buying breast milk online? Watch out for salmonella and E.coli
    Breast milk may be best for baby, but ordering it over the Internet is not necessarily such a good idea. Researchers recently bought more than 100 samples of expressed breast milk from two milk-sharing websites and then took them to the lab to see...
  • Letters: Plastic bags and the consumer

    Re "Hard data on plastic bags," Editorial, Nov. 27 The Times' suggestion of a study to determine the effects of plastic-bag bans on the municipalities in California that have passed them is an excellent idea. But let's make sure it is truly objective....
  • Best way to cook stuffing? Experts offer Thanksgiving safety tips

     Best way to cook stuffing? Experts offer Thanksgiving safety tips
    With millions of turkeys thawing and piles of stuffing waiting to be prepared, Thanksgiving is one of the riskiest times of year for food safety. Bacteria can be lurking anywhere in crowded holiday kitchens, spread by cross contamination or...