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Foodborne Illness? You're SOL

Raskin-Imodium.jpgHanna Raskin reports on the back end of the dining process, alerting readers to a major shortage of Imodium A-D, used to treat diarrhea and mild food poisoning. The pills are currently tough to find in Seattle and the shortage also extends to other parts of the country. Kind of a nasty topic? Sure. But as Raskin says, "a food lover who hasn't dealt with digestive problems hasn't eaten very much food." [Seattle Weekly]

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