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The number of states reporting geographically widespread flu rose from 4 to 7.
A restaurant's faulty drainage system—thought to harbor Salmonella bacteria in biofilms—was the likely source of a long and perplexing outbreak in England, investigators determined.
Risk factors include previous infection and hospitalization in a high-ESBL-burden nation.
Discharge from municipal, agricultural, and industrial waste can contribute.
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