What is food poisoning?
When I first saw the article, I was skeptical that the ABC’s food poisoning report would be accurate.
I thought it would show an alarming number of cases of food poisoning, and a high rate of false positive results.
That is until I checked my feed and saw an article with the title: “Australian food poisoning: more than 1,000 reported cases in just one month”.
It was a new, shocking statistic.
I checked the number of people who tested positive, and it was just 1,052.
But that was only because the ABC had used the incorrect number of food samples in its study.
The ABC report, published on November 1, has since been removed from its website, but I was still able to get my hands on it.
I was able to verify that there are more than 2,000 people who have tested positive for food poisoning in Australia.
It was only a matter of time before it started to spread.
And the more people who reported the food poisoning to the ABC, the more false positive findings it was generating.
This story was picked up by a number of news websites, including the ABC.
The network has since retracted the story, but not before it had already caused the number to surge to over 2,500.
And this has only just started to happen.
There are a number other examples of the ABC misreporting food poisoning.
I am not trying to argue that the media is perfect, but this has gone on for a number years now.
When I was growing up, we had newspapers like the Sunday Mail and the Courier Mail.
I remember having a hard time finding out the story of a person who died from food poisoning and how they were treated by a hospital.
That was just too horrible.
But now, with the internet, we have more ways to get information than ever before.
I do know that food poisoning is something we should all be concerned about, but when the media tries to mislead us, it is irresponsible and it is dangerous.
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