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E.coli symptoms include a high fever, diarrhoea, and having stomach cramps. The public have been warned to avoid eating romaine lettuce after an outbreak of the bacterial infection was reported in the US. These are the warning signs of the E.coli bacterial infection to look out for.
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[UN News] A spokesperson for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has condemned any violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that could slow down the humanitarian response to the Ebola outbreak in the vast country's north-east, following an attack on a UN base and nearby hotels housing UN staff, in the city of Beni on Friday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people not to eat romaine lettuce amid a new outbreak of E. coli. At least 32 people have gotten sick in 11 states, including 13 who had to be hospitalized. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Thirty-six children in North Carolina have been diagnosed at a private school where many families claim religious exemption from vaccines
This time, 32 people in 11 states have been struck down by lettuce-linked E. coli - 13 of whom are receiving hospital treatment. The CDC told anyone with romaine at home to throw it away.
At least 50 people in the US and Canada have been infected, health officials say.
This is different from a recent multistate E.Coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce.