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Fear of bird flu looms over Memorial Day food safety

As Americans prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, anxiety hangs over some outdoor gatherings amidst fears of avian flu contaminating food…

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Raw milk safety and bird flu virus : Shots

Cows graze at a dairy farm in La Grange, Texas, that sells raw milk to the public. Chiara Eisner/NPR hide…

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Business

Stephen Bird steps down as Abrdn chief executive

Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter.…

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Food & Drink

Bird flu remains widespread but still a low risk for humans

According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, the widespread H5 bird flu remains a low…

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Food & Drink

Second US dairy farm worker tests positive for bird flu

A Michigan farm worker is the second person to be infected with bird flu in an ongoing outbreak linked to…

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Science

Genetic analyses of the bird flu virus unveil its evolution and potential

A flurry of reports about the genetics of the bird flu currently infecting U.S. cattle are offering insight into how…

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Science

Cows might host both human and bird flus

Cows have entry portals for both human and bird flus. This new finding may mean that cattle could host both…

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Lifestyle

Bird Flu Has Spread to Cattle — Here’s How It Affects Humans

Spring has sprung, and with it, so has the bird flu. A viral strain of avian influenza arrived in the…

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Business

Bird flu FAQ: H5N1 dairy cow outbreak in Texas, New Mexico, Michigan

Just when you stopped regularly hearing about COVID-19 in the news, another infectious disease began to dominate headlines this spring:…

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Science

Bird flu is not a dire threat for most of us—yet

This article was originally published on KFF Health News. Headlines are flying after the Department of Agriculture confirmed that the H5N1…

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