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IWasPoisoned.com is very pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Lee-Ann Jaykus to our advisory team. 

With over three decades experience, Dr. Jaykus is one of the preeminent food safety scientists working today. She is a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing, and Nutrition Sciences at North Carolina State University, with an associate appointment in the Department of Microbiology. Her educational credentials include a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences and Engineering from the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as well as degrees in Food Science from Purdue University. 

Dr. Jaykus’ current research focuses on food virology (that is, the study of viruses in food and food systems); development of molecular methods for foodborne pathogen detection; application of quantitative risk assessment in food safety; and understanding the ecology of pathogens in foods. This work will go towards the continuing goal in food sciences to better understand foodborne illness and its prevention. 

In addition to her credentials in education and research, Dr. Jaykus is currently serving as the scientific director of the USDA-NIFA Food Virology Collaborative. Known as NoroCORE, the Collaborative is a consortium of academic institutions with representation from researchers and regulators affiliated with state and federal governments, as well as members from relevant industrial sectors. 

We look forward to working with Dr. Jaykus and welcome her to our Advisory Board. Her guidance and expertise will advance the quality and effectiveness of our surveillance and response to foodborne illness outbreaks. 

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Smoothie King, Rivergate Parkway, Charlotte, NC, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Other
“I had a mango and strawberry smoothie. I drink it on the way to work and started feeling so nauseous and felt like I was about to puke. Now I’m at work on my 1hr break in the restroom with diarrhea! I work at a call center I can’t keep... See More going to the restroom will I’m on calls. This is my second time at this place and the experience was not good at all!  I got sick drinking it while at work 
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Mango Joe's, Orlando, FL 32821, United States

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Vomiting Headache Stomach Pain
“6 of us, including an infant, went to SeaWorld 1/1/20. We had all-day-dine. And ate 3 times- at several places, and finally- here. 1/2/20 I have a 10 year old vomiting with headache who rallied early afternoon, a 73 year old vomiting with headache and unable to keep anything down... See More at all, a 48 year old with stomachs pain- all ate bacon cheeseburgers. 73 year old got an old, cold burger. The other two got new ones we had to wait 15 minutes for right before they closed for the night.
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Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Livernois, Detroit, MI, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Vomiting Stomach Pain
“I got sick from there chicken sandwich for the third time.the sandwich is good but I’m never getting it again.Yesterday I gave it one last chance (I hadn’t had it in a month)and the symptoms were way worse than before .i had it around 2:00pm my symptoms started around 5:00... See More pm.i know it was the sandwich because that’s all I had eaten.I started feeling really nauseous and threw up ,I started feeling sick all over then my stomach started to hurt ,this lasted until 4:00 am .I don’t know if it’s just the location I went to or what but now I’m officially too scared to try any other location.
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McDonald's, Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Vomiting Cramps Bloating
“Ate on Thursday afternoon, started feeling an upset stomach, cramps and bloating on Friday. Could not sleep well. Other 2 friends who were with me and had food here are experiencing similar symptoms as well. I had a Mcflurry and they had burgers and fries. ”
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Upper Bukit Timah Road, Hong Wen Mutton Soup, Singapore

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting
“Ate mutton soup for dinner for take away around 7pm on 8/1. My son started vomiting at 4am (9/1) and continued for 8times by 9am. Started diarrhea at 9am. Me and my husband started having nausea and vomited around 11:30pm. ”
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El Nido, Palawan, Philippines

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Vomiting
“We went on a private boat tour with lunch prepared by the boatmen. That evening we all got sick A food eaten on the boat.  At least 15 people. All from the boat tours! . I have spoken with about 15 people and they all confirm getting violently ill after... See More eating the food on the boat tours. Something needs to be done to improve the food prep conditions OR more warnings to the tourist not to eat the delicious look
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Whole Foods Market, North Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Dehydration
“It was either the precooked frozen meatballs I had or Naked juice (I also had pasta and marinara). About an hour after eating, I was throwing up nonstop for hours and had mild diarrhea and ended up in the ER for dehydration. ”
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Artisan Market, North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting
“I had a Mediterranean salad before my flight at 6:30pm. Woke up at 2:30am with intense diarhhea and vomitting. Like, NON STOP until 6:30am. Finally mellowing out, but still very sick. It's only 9:40am. ”
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Flight from Minneapolis to Warsaw

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Fever Vomiting
“Me and my son had shared his ravioli with cheese that seemed like was very sour and strange texture. Now we vomiting have a fever diarrhoea temperature cant get up from the bed. It's me and my son. It happened on Tuesday 7th of January. Symptoms started late Wednesday on... See More the 8th.
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ALDI, Grand Avenue, Gurnee, IL, USA

Report Type: Allergic Reaction
Symptoms: Other Headache
“Water - Not sure if it’s the gallon of water I bought from here but most likely. The cap seemed opened already, it just came off without separating from the other piece that usually gets left on the bottle. I didn’t think anything of it until a few minutes after... See More dinner when I noticed my daughter’s face/cheeks being red. Then I looked in the mirror and my face/cheeks was also flushed red. This only happens to me with alcohol. I don’t drink alcohol because I’m allergic to it. The symptoms I’m experiencing right now is the same symptoms as when I take one sip of alcohol. I get a headache and my face feels warm and my heart starts beating fast. I took my blood pressure and it was high. My heart is also palpitating. My daughter’s blood pressure is also elevated and her heartbeat keeps going up and down from 77 to 125, according to her Apple Watch. This is very weird. 
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