Researchers have found that harmful bacteria found in seawater flourish in the presence of dust that comes from the Sahara desert in western Africa, as well as other areas of continent.
TAGGED: Food Poisoning
They warn that as climate change causes such desert areas to grow, the risk of seafood poisoning could rise around the world.
, Bacterial Infection
, Food Safety
, Global Warming
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