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Salmonella in Oahu, Hawaii from yet named source

The Hawaii State Department of Health is investigating 14 cases of Salmonella infection (salmonellosis) on Oahu. Reported cases include both children and adults. All of the cases developed diarrheal illness from mid- to late October and four have required hospitalization. Although a source has not yet been confirmed, preliminary investigations identified consumption of raw fish, specifically poke that contains limu (also called “ogo” or “seaweed”), in common among cases. The tainted limu has been linked to a seaweed farm on Oahu which was ordered by the department to halt operations and advise its customers to remove product from sale immediately. http://www.foodpoisonjournal.com/foodborne-illness-outbreaks/salmonella-in-oahu-hawaii-from-yet-named-source/#.WCNz5fkrKUk

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