Yersiniosis is a disease caused by the bacteria Yersinia. It associated with consuming food or beverages contaminated with the bacteria. Many cases of yersiniosis are related to eating raw or undercooked pork. Symptoms of yersiniosis can include diarrhea, which can be bloody, fever and abdominal pain. Practicing good hand hygiene and safe food handling practices can help prevent yersiniosis.
PHO Grand Rounds: The Off-Target Effects of Antibiotics on the Human Microbiome
This presentation describes the composition and functions of the human microbiome, its relationship to human disease and the impact of antimicrobials on these functions.