A multistate outbreak of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce is widening and has sickened at least 53 people so far. Here’s what you need to know.
A mysterious outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is making people sick all over the country.
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Following an E. coli outbreak in 16 states, officials are expanding their warning, advising people to avoid buying “all types of romaine lettuce” grown in Arizona.
While more and more Americans are embracing marijuana, the general feeling about the drug among parents whose kids may soon have much more access to it has remained unclear.
A Harvard University study found that children whose mothers consumed processed foods and sugary sodas during pregnancy scored lower on tests for learning, memory and other skills.
Research by Nottingham Trent University suggests blondes may be better in bed due to many women feeling more sexually adventurous after choosing to dye their hair a lighter hue.
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E. coli infections traced to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona where 90% of winter greens grow have sickened 53 people, and one expert says that it may be years before the ground is safe again.
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