Take precautions to prevent food-borne illness, experts say

05/24/2011 | Washington Post, The

Consumers need to take steps at home and investigate restaurant health reports to avoid getting sick from tainted foods, even though many times food-borne illnesses may not be serious enough to require a trip to the doctor. George Washington University pediatrician and epidemiologist Dr. Lynn Goldman says people should "consider that anything you buy at the grocery store today ... could have a pathogen in it or on it."

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