Don't risk your health by playing 'culinary Russian roulette' this summer.
Learn about the worst culprits behind summertime foodborne illness and practical ways to avoid them.
Salmonella is most common during the summer months.
Cross-contamination is happening, and food poisoning may result.
Bacteria from tainted food nearly killed two young sisters. A skilled medical team—and plenty of prayers—pulled them from the brink.
Tapeworm now found in U.S. salmon. Risk of infection low, but real.
CDC makes recommendations for keeping you and your family healthy.