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Consumption of raw or insufficiently fit to be tied oysters and clams positions a high risk for infection with the Norwalk virus
. Foods other than shellfish are polluted by reckless food trainers.
Epidemiology of Norwalk gastroenteritis and the role of Norwalk virus
in outbreaks of acute nonbacterial gastroenteritis.
The Norwalk virus
causes vomiting, gastric flu, sickness, diarrhoea and fever and lasts from 24 to 48 hours.
Chris Lines, of the National Public Health Service for Wales, which monitors disease outbreaks, said: 'There is no obvious explanation for this increase in the Norwalk virus
as there have been no large outbreaks.
Gastroenteritis due to Norwalk virus
: an outbreak associated with a municipal water system.
Sixteen percent also said they were less concerned about global conflicts, and three percent said they were more confident about health matters such as SARS and Norwalk Virus
. Sep 27, 2004
Arntzen's research team has used several types of plants--including corn, banana, potato, tomato, and lettuce--to test the production of vaccines against such infectious agents as hepatitis B, Norwalk virus
, cholera, and a harmful strain of Escherichia coli.
He predicts Microban will become enormously important as consumers worry about flu viruses, severe acute respiratory syndrome, the Norwalk virus
linked to cruise ships and others.
Tim, our newest employee, told us that the ship we were slated to take in two weeks had just returned to port with the Norwalk Virus
. He then assumed the role of "sick ship reporter."
Last fall's cruise ship outbreaks of Norwalk virus
infected hundreds and made headlines.