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Health officials say the bacteria is especially dangerous to people with weak immune systems and is fatal around 50% of the time when it gets into people's bloodstreams, the Broward-Palm Beach New Times reports. "A person can contract the virus by
Florida health officials have issued a daunting warning to beachgoers over a seawater bacterium that can breed in cuts and scrapes causing flesh eating disease . The infection can also be transmitted through eating or handling contaminated oysters
We've decided to eat at the Fish House, a restaurant otherwise known to my thriftier parents as "the most expensive place to eat on the Gold Coast". We've driven down from Brisbane, retelling stories about our adventures overseas most of the way...
Unless you grew up dining on bivalves, you could stare at a menu all night long and still not know what the heck you're eating. But with a little bit of knowledge, you can begin to understand and appreciate the seriously immense world of oysters (or
After 19 months of legal fights, the oyster operation is suspending its retail operations Thursday, but a group of restaurants and other businesses that rely on its oysters is carrying on the battle to save the company. That group forged the
The National Park Service is delaying the closure of a popular oyster farm in the Point Reyes National Seashore...Marin County was scheduled to shut down at the end of July after former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar in 2012 refused to renew the farm'
The San Francisco Bay Area's last oyster farm is not closed, not quite yet. While the Drakes Bay Oyster Co.'s retail store is scheduled to shut down Thursday, oyster farming
Dan Mazur loves planting oyster seeds on Budd Inlet's shores...After maturing for one to two years, the oysters can grow as big as your hand. Oysters don't seem to care who their neighbors are, said Mazur, adding that the shellfish love Olympia's
Oyster , the unlimited ebook subscription service, today announced the launch of its web and mobile web reader. Now available to read on web and mobile web browsers, the expansion marks Oyster's second new platform in the past month, delivering the
Wynn Resorts plans to use more than 250,000 live oysters to help clean the contaminated Mystic River if it receives a license to build its proposed $1.6 billion Everett casino. The collaboration with the nonprofit Massachusetts Oyster Project would