Article - 2 Minute Read
March 15, 2017
Bagged salads could be harboring a dirty, and possibly deadly, secret: They provide a rich breeding ground for foodborne illness.
Medically Reviewed by Primary Care
Categorized as: Living and Wellness, Nutrition, Safety
Tagged with: bagged greens, food safety, foodborne illness, Nutrition, salads
Article - 3 Minute Read
November 6, 2015
You can — and should — eat seafood during pregnancy, with a few exceptions. Here's how you can enjoy seafood safely during your pregnancy.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Magee-Womens
Categorized as: Pregnancy and Childbirth
Tagged with: fish, food poisoning, food safety, infographic, Nutrition, pregnancy, seafood
April 25, 2014
Knowing how to handle food after a power outage can help avoid foodborne illness. Learn more about food safety facts, preservation tips, and more.
Medically Reviewed by Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center
Categorized as: Safety
Tagged with: food safety, foodborne illness, thawed food
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Article - 1 Minute Read
April 14, 2014
Power outages make it difficult to keep food safe. Learn more about how to protect your food during a power outage with these tips.
Medically Reviewed by Digestive Disorders
Tagged with: food poisoning, food safety, food safety power outage, power outage