Ineffective or unenforced government regulations that allow bacterial outbreaks to sicken or kill consumers also hurt food producers’ bottom line
Healthy food kills. Or at least, it can. In 2010, food borne illness sickened nearly 20,000 Americans. Of those infected, over 4,000 had to be hospitalized; 68 died.
Cars don’t kill people. People do.That’s the premise of a New York Times article that was published this week about pedestrian safety in New York City.
With the snap of a camera or the click of a mouse, participants in this year's BioMed Central image contest provided a peek into the intricate relationships uniting members of our biosphere...