A report by the CDC said the bacteria has infected at least 53 people, including 31 who have been hospitalized. The agency's advice: Throw out pre-cut romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Ariz. NPR Also reported by •NYTimes.com
Julie Deshaies/Shutterstock According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona, might be the cause of the latest E. coli outbreak. So far, there have been.. Source: Wochit News -
A new outbreak of E. coli in 11 states has been linked by government investigators to bagged, chopped romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Ariz. Consumer Reports is recommending—for the second time since.. Source: Time -
The number of people hospitalized due to a multistate E. coli outbreak linked to chopped romaine lettuce continues to grow, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Matt Yurus reports. Source: CBS Dallas Digital -
E. Coli bacteria lives in the intestines of people and animals.
Some strains are harmless, but others can cause sickness, kidney failure, or death.
A recent E.Coli outbreak traced back to romaine.. Source: Wochit -
A new outbreak of E. coli in 11 states has been linked by government investigators to bagged, chopped romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Ariz. Consumer Reports is recommending—for the second time since.. USATODAY.com
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An unusually virulent strain of E. coli bacteria on romaine lettuce has sent 31 people to hospitals in 16 states, and health officials are urging consumers to throw out any of the lettuce they may have.. L.A. Times