Water Cleanliness Issues

    Seafood outbreak


        By Cynthia Wallentine

    Cyclospora: A one-celled, microscopic parasite, Cyclospora cayetanensis causes an intestinal infection, usually after drinking water or eating produce contaminated with feces. While travelers to tropical climates are warned about Cyclospora, Americans inside the country are usually infected by eating imported, contaminated fruit. Because it is a parasite, the infection does not permanently clear on its own, but can be treated with a combination of drugs. Thoroughly washing produce is important and cooking does not always kill the parasite.

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