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"Poisons on Our Plates addresses serious, significant public health and economic issues related to microbiology, food safety, regulation, inspection, and the lack thereof. Laudably, Morrone (Ohio Univ.) extols the importance of environmental health, personal hygiene, and immunization while being cynical about food-borne outbreaks she labels as 'scare of the moment.' . . . Recommended. General readers and all undergraduate and two-year technical program students."