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Statement From FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb On Researching Medical Uses Of Cannabis
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Over the past decade, we’ve seen a growing interest in the development of therapies derived from marijuana and its components.
7/19/2018 3:53:00 PM
Cannabis Cultivation Will Be A Race To The Bottom
The current “green rush” has brought with it an intense focus on large-scale cannabis cultivation. Across the United States and around the globe, we routinely hear stories of companies building larger and larger cannabis farms.
7/19/2018 10:18:00 AM
Home Invasion Robbery at a Cannabis Grow Site
This morning at 4:26 there was a robbery and home invasion. The incident took place at one of the marijuana growers located on the 23000 block of Potter Road.
7/14/2018 12:21:00 PM
Report Your Illness
Think you got sick from something you ate? Let us know by answering a few questions about your symptoms, places you've visited, and what you ate.
(Health care professionals must follow the procedure listed in California's List of Reportable Conditions (pdf) to notify the California Department of Health of certain foodborne diseases.)
Please Seek Medical AdviceContact your health care provider, especially if you are:
- Pregnant, elderly, have a weak immune system, or if the ill person is an infant. Any of these conditions put people at higher risk of getting sick if exposed to germs in contaminated food, and at higher risk of developing serious medical problems.
- Having severe symptoms such as bloody diarrhea, severe nausea and vomiting or a high fever.
What is a foodborne illness outbreak?
When two or more people get the same illness from the same contaminated food or drink, the event is called a foodborne disease outbreak - CDC
Public health officials investigate outbreaks to control them, so more people do not get sick, and to learn how to prevent similar outbreaks from happening in the future.
What should you do if you think you have a foodborne illness?
Who gets foodborne illnesses?
Anyone can get a foodborne illness. However, some people are more likely to develop foodborne illnesses than others, including
- infants and children
- pregnant women and their fetuses
- older adults
- people with weak immune systems
These groups also have a greater risk of developing severe symptoms or complications of foodborne illnesses.
What are the symptoms of foodborne illnesses?
Symptoms of foodborne illnesses depend on the cause. Common symptoms of many foodborne illnesses include
- diarrhea or bloody diarrhea
- abdominal pain
(Information regarding foodborne illness is shared from the NIDDIK website. This information is not copyrighted. The NIDDK encourages people to share this content freely.)