Keeping A Happy Tummy On The 4thIt's a prime time of year for food poisoning from holiday get-togethers. here are some tips to stay away from the doctor.
The Five Second Rule? Make It 30 ... PlusFor years, the unofficial "5 second" rules says it's safe to eat food that's been dropped on the floor, provided you pick it up before the clock strikes five seconds. Now a new study says the five seconds may be too strict. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the latest "research."
Run The 2-2-4 Play On ThanksgivingThanksgiving is traditionally the start of the holiday season. It's also tradionally the start of food poisoning season. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida reports on how the "2-2-4" rule may help make today---and the rest of the holidays-- more enjoyable.
Salmonella A Big Concern For Shoppers At Colorado GroceriesConcerns about a salmonella outbreak in chicken have prompted King Soopers grocery stores on the Front Range to take a brand off its shelves.
Denver Rescue Mission Says Procedures Weren't FollowedThe Denver Rescue Mission says its investigation has revealed what sent approximately 60 people to the hospital after eating there on Sunday.
Food Poisoning Outbreak Hits Dozens Who Dined At Denver Rescue MissionMore than 340 people were sickened and dozens of people had to be taken to the hospital for apparent food poisoning Sunday night at the Denver Rescue Mission.
Don't Poison Your Kid At SchoolHere's a surefire way to give your child a stomach ache: pack a lunch for school. A new study shows 98% of lunches brought from home are beginning to spoil by lunchtime. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida has some tips on saving your kids... from you.