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  1. Food Safety Consortium

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/food-safety-consortium-0

    foodborne disease around the world.   Click HERE to contact us with questions or learn how to become ...

  2. How CFI is Supporting Food Safety Throughout the World

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/news/how-cfi-supporting-food-safety-throughout-world

    and conducts research that increases our knowledge about foodborne disease and/or leads to ... foodborne disease and protect public health.    Our international research currently focuses on Salmonella, ...

  3. Stakeholder-Centered Risk Ranking Workshop Builds Consensus and Sets Priorities for Food Safety Research in Kenyan Poultry

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/news/stakeholder-centered-risk-ranking-workshop-builds-consensus-and-sets-priorities-food-safety

    disease in Africa. Research grounded in locally led decision-making about priorities will be better ... disease. The farmers and local veterinary experts then gathered in breakout groups to discuss and rank ...

  4. Sudden Oak Death (aka Ramorum blight)

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-tree-05

    blight) is a disease caused by the oomycete pathogen Phytophthora ramorum that was discovered in ... central-coastal California in 1995. This pathogen had been known to cause disease in nurseries and gardens since ...  Sporangia of  P. ramorum. Photo by UC Berkeley. The disease causes extensive mortality on tanoak ...

  5. How to Read the Nutrition Facts Label

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5586

    nutrition facts label was updated for the first time since its debut in 1994. The changes made to the ... contained in these foods, the updated nutrition facts label requires these packages to have “dual column” ... may be at increased risk for certain chronic diseases like heart disease and some cancers. The percent ...

  6. Targeting a Healthier Diet

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SS-123

    to meet the demands of daily living such as doing housework without becoming exhausted, mowing the ... lawn or weeding the flower beds without becoming tired and climbing stairs without becoming winded. The ... second quality is that a person has few disease risk factors. For example, high blood pressure is a risk ...

  7. X-Disease (Mycoplasma disease of peaches and nectarines)

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-13

    Pathology X-disease has been diagnosed in several peach orchards in northern Ohio. Once the disease is ... established in an area or orchard, it can be very destructive. The disease has been reported to occur ... X-disease corresponds to the range of distribution of the wild chokecherry, which is a major reservoir of ...

  8. Cork Spot and Bitter Pit of Apples

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-01

    disease usually is not serious. This is an updated version of a fact sheet originally published in 1992. ... sometimes confuse these disorders with damage resulting from insects or pathological diseases, particularly ... used in controlling post-bloom diseases and insects affecting fruit. Do not apply calcium chloride ...

  9. Biosecurity for Youth Livestock Exhibitors

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/vme-7

    production, biosecurity refers to those measures taken to keep disease agents out of populations, herds, or ... States attempts to keep highly pathogenic avian influenza, as well as other diseases such as ... foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), out of its animal population. In addition to national concerns, individual states ...

  10. Gluten-Free Eating: Important Considerations

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5589

    allergy, Celiac disease and non-Celiac gluten sensitivity. Wheat allergy Wheat allergy is an overreaction ... Wheat allergy occurs in about 0.4 percent of the U.S. population. Celiac disease Celiac disease is ... This digestive disease can cause serious complications, including malnutrition, if left untreated. ...

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