The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believes 60 percent of Norovirus infections were caused by a strain that originated in Australia.

Raw shellish is a notorious source of norovirus and other foodborne germs, but at least one recent study suggests norovirus may be even more insidious than that. In December, a team at Ohio State University found the virus stuck to plates that had been

A new strain of the stomach bug norovirus was been steadily moving around the globe. The strain was first identified in the U.S. September 2012.

In addition to the flu, doctors are warning people about the norovirus, which is spreading and making many sick. You may have heard of the norovirus before as there have been several major outbreaks on cruise ships in recent years. In layman's terms

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believes 60 percent of Norovirus infections were caused by a strain that originated in Australia.