FDA Warns of U.S. Norovirus Cases Linked to Canadian Oysters

The United States and Canada are investigating a multistate outbreak of norovirus illnesses linked to raw oysters from Canada. Restaurants and retailers should not serve or sell these potentially contaminated raw oysters, which were harvested in the south and central parts of Baynes Sound, British Columbia, Canada, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said. The oysters were distributed in 13 states, but...

“Deeply rooted anti-Black racism” persists in academic medicine: Study

Despite efforts over the years to address racial inequities in industries throughout the U.S., experts say in a new study that there is "deeply rooted anti-Black racism permeating" academic medicine, a field that "urgently" requires an "intervention."Published Friday by JAMA Network Open, the study assesses some of the biggest struggles Black faculty at academic medical centers have faced in...

That Delicious Seafood Boil Might Lead To An Uncomfortable Future

If there’s one thing in this world everyone can agree on, it’s that food plays such an important and wonderful part in our lives. Not only do you need food to survive, but food has the ability to bring people together. Think about family dinner every Sunday when the matriarch or patriarch would cook that delicious Sunday meal. Think...

Chocolate Milk Mommies to host annual community baby shower for Black mothers in May

more than 80% of us mothers breastfeed their babies according to *** recent survey. But the ***. C. L. U. Says that number is smaller with black moms largely due to systemic racism and health care inequalities here in central Alabama. There's an organization called Chocolate milk Mommies that educates and encourages black women to breastfeed. The group's...