McDonald's Salads May Be Causing Parasite Outbreak in Some States
5 monthes ago - By Time
Health officials in Illinois and Iowa are investigating an increase in people becoming sick from a parasite that causes intestinal illness.
The Illinois Department of Public Health said in a news release Thursday that it has received confirmation of about 90 cases of cyclosporiasis, which is caused by the Cyclospora parasite. The Iowa Department of Public Health, in its own release, said it has identified 15 cases linked to the same illness and parasite.
Both departments say there appears to be a link to consumption of McDonald's salads. The departments say McDonald's is also investigating...
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More Than 100 People Have Gotten Sick From a Parasite Linked to McDonald's Salads
5 monthes ago - By Mens health
The symptoms are very unpleasant.
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Cyclosporiasis outbreak linked to McDonald's salads sickens more than 100 in Iowa, Illinois
5 monthes ago - By Healio
Health officials in Iowa and Illinois said more than 100 cases of cyclosporiasis may be linked to salads made by McDonald's.
The Illinois Department of Public Health said 90 cases of the gastrointestinal illness have been confirmed in the state, and the Iowa Department of Public Health has identified 15 cases.
“McDonald's has been in contact with public health authorities from Iowa and Illinois about an increase in Cyclospora infections in those states,” McDonald's spokesman Khim Aday told Infectious Disease News. “Out of an abundance of caution, we
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McDonald's Salads Linked to Intestinal Parasite Outbreak in Midwest
5 monthes ago - By NY Times
Iowa and Illinois have recorded more than 100 cases of cyclosporiasis, which causes nausea and fatigue. McDonald's has stopped selling salads at about 3,000 locations.
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