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Food Poisoning and Foodborne Illness

Parent Category: Food Safety
Food-borne illnesses affect millions of people each year. Worldwide, food poisoning caused by consuming contaminated food or drink are among the leading causes of death. Explore this category for knowledge about what bacteria or viruses cause most food-borne illness and what you can do to protect yourself and your family.

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Every year, approximately 42,000 people get salmonella in the USA  alone.
No. The salmonella is not freezed so it won't kill it.
It depends on the illness. Food poisoning can come from viruses,  parasites, bacteria or fungi, and symptoms vary from short-lived  diarrhea and vomiting to paralysis in some shellfish-borne  poisoning cases. If the poisoning is due to a food other than  shellfish or mushrooms, then no medical...
Very possible, especially if it was still in the can. You'll know very soon though.
Botulism can be the result of food poisoning. It is caused by the  bacteria Clostridium botulinum and causes paralysis of muscles.
It's perfectly safe to eat if thats what you're worried about. Infact there's bacteria everywhere so it doesn't make a difference.
Clostridium botulinum, the anaerobic bacteria responsible for  botulism, produces gases and some smelling substances. So if the  can or the lid are bloated, it's not a good idea eat the content.  The smell (be careful! Don't taste it!) is similar to rancid  butter.
Clostridium botulinum produces a toxin that causes paralysis at  high enough quantities. It does this by blocking the release of  acetylcholine thus stopping nerve impulses.
Body temperature is a good temperature for most food poisoning  bacteria to thrive in. They can multiply quickly and cause illness.
Botulism is nothing but which can be defined as food poison caused  by bacterias which are all growing on improperly sterilized tinned  meats and other preserved foods.
  == Answer ==   If the eggs are contaminated and carrying a good deal of the bacteria, then obviously, that sickening little organism is going to invade your garbage disposal.   Then again, why would you care?  I am sure the garbage disposal is rife with all sorts of germs. ...
Was Planters creamy peanut butter on the most recent recall list??
I've never had them actually go bad unless one of the shells got  cracked. Their cooking properties change somewhat. They are better  for hard boiling and subsequent peeling if they are a little older,  IIR. The yolk will become flatter if you crack it as it gets older,  and the air sack in the...
Endemic is a disease of a particular people or a particular region. Botulism is however found all over the world and so cannot perse becalled an endemic disease but can be an endemic hazard amonst aparticular people due to their methods of storing food. So for example a foodborne botulism resulting...
i heard it at my local petstore but i dont know if its true
1. campylovbacter   2. salmonella   3. Ecoli   4. Listeria   are the 4 main types of food poisoning.
Sirloin should be a deep red colour. When vacuum packed it will be  a deep purple colour. This is due to the lack of oxygen (will  return to a red colour when the pack is opened).   The meat should not be brown or green.
Food spoilage is when food goes bad (ie, starts to rot) and food poisoning is when you eat foods that either has infectious microbes or toxic substances in it which cause you to get sick.
it has to be heated to 180 degrees fairenheit or hotter i think. if it's not there is a possibility you could get food poisoning, but it's not definite
  1.4 million annually in the United States. Sited from:   Wright JG, Tengelsen LA, Smith KE, Bender JB, Frank RK, Grendon JH, et al. Multidrug-resistant Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. 2005 Aug [date cited]. Available from http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod...
it can hide in everywhere from your stores canned peas to the air you breathe you can also get it from cocaine and botox
yes, bad cheese can give you food poisoning
Traditional foods are foods that are unique to a certain culture, such as sushi for Japan, and spicy crayfish dishes for Louisiana.
The hospital will not find it in your blood but they will see it in your urine.The blood the hospital takes are test tubes for different reasons they don't check for drugs.They will most likely see it in the urine but it is irrelevent for them it will most likely not even be discussed
yes it is very dangerous it can cause itching flushing shortness of breath diarrhea vomiting.
There is no vaccine for botulinum toxin. However, botulinum antitoxin is available.
Common sense tells you that eating too much of anything might make you sick. But you shouldn't be violently ill, so long as the mushrooms weren't poisonous.
salmonella typhi H is a typhoid count. it is very dangerous. in typhi H it tells us that the count of the disease will decrease very slowly and it will take years time to decrease but in typhi O it tells us that the count will decrease in a short period of time such as in 1 or 2 weeks. the count 1...
people who eat raw eggs in their cakes
Talk to your doctor to see if this is normal. Symptoms from food poisoning can persist - it depends on the 'bug' that affected you and the severity of your illness. You may need further treatment.
several things;Processing, ingrediants, allergic reactions, and much more.
  Cases of foodborne botulism often come from home-canned foods with low acid content, such as asparagus, green beans, beets, and corn.   Clostridium botulinum bacteria is anaerobic, which means it can survive and grow with little or no oxygen. Therefore, it can survive very well in sealed...
1: your stomach will start to hurt and you'll fell slightly nauseous. This continues to build until... 2. You will start vomiting everything in your system. If you try to drink water it will come back up. Eventually you will throw up bile and dry heave. 3. The vomiting will cease or at least slow...
It is found in the egg so don't eat raw egg!
Bacteria can breed in Mayonnaise that has been opened but not refrigerated, or not returned immediately to the refrigerator. Ingesting bacteria can cause food poisoning, so yes, Mayonnaise (ALL brands) can cause food poisoning if not stored properly.
  This question doesn't give us enough information to know what you are asking. Are you saying an egg you got out of your refrigerator was warm before cooking it? If so, please say so in your question.
You can't, but you have choice not to eat it. Just like people have a choice not to eat fast food or junk food.
Salmonella is a concern, especially regarding food preparation and handling, because it can make people extremely ill, or worse depending upon the individuals circumstances.
No he did not. He took a Cyanide (poison) pill together with his wife Eva Braun and then they shot themselves through the head to be certain they would die. The Germans then probably burned and/or buried their remains since they have never been found.
Salmonella, Listeria, E.coli O157, Campylobacter.The major one would have to be salmonella because it has the least time for the incubation period.
All Light fittings (and switches) come with an IP rating which consists of two numbers. The first number indicates the light fittings protection against dusk and the second digit is the fittings protection against moisture (water). This shows the buyer how well the fitting will perform in a dusty or...
Salmonella is the name of a family of straight rod-shaped bacteria that infest the intestines of warmblooded animals. Enteritis means: an inflammation of the intestines, especially the last section callled ileum
Foodborne pathogens enter the body through the consumption of contaminated food.Usually when food that contains some germs or harmful things is consumed, it enters the bodies. Its happen everywhere, make sure when making food you prepare your food properly and keep you hands clean.
it highers the possibility of having cancer
I haven't yet refrigerator has been smelling like a antifreeze or rubbing alcohol for a week can't say for sure but it might be just me but I think it is cause I feel lightheaded after I am exposed from the ice in my drink
The shape of food poisoning? depends I suppose on what bacteria caused the food poisoning in the first place.
The main food poisioning you can get from eggs is salmonella. This is well known and can cause, vomitting, severe stomach pains and in some cases constipation and diorreha.
i honestly dont know!! anyone who knows how they attack it would be very helpful if you could answer and answer fast!!:/
Yes. Salmonella causes intestinal and or general illness when eating foods that are contaminated with the salmonella bacteria. The onset of symptoms can begin 7 - 12 hours after exposure and usually lasts 4 - 7 daysSymptoms are Fever, diarrhea, abdominal cramps and headache
no, it is bacteria that is the cause of most food poisonings.
Some probably do from poisonous berries, but even if that does happen, it most likely will only happen once or twice, because then the wild animals learn what happens when they eat that certain food.
it is more likely at home, because people in restaurants always try to avoid having food poisoning cases. while at home you dont really think about it.
  salmonella is a prokaryotic cell.
None. No medicines will help with Food Poisoning, however, if you/the patient has diorrhea it is sensible to use Pepto-Bismal. The Symptoms Of Food Poisoning Are: [Common]• Nausea• Vomiting• Diarrhea[Other]• Stomach Cramps• Abdominal pains• Loss Of Appetite• High Temperature, 38...
Maybe... if you have eaten the food to much then yes
No, you get food poisoning by eating food that has gone bad. You don't get it from touching or kissing someone who has it nor by breathing the air near them. It is NOT contagious.
To prevent food-borne illness, washing hands frequently, as well as  washing utensils after each use is very important. Do not use the  same utensils for raw meat, poultry, and seafood as those used for  other foods. Cook food to proper temperatures. Refrigerate or  freeze perishable foods...
I don't really think it's contagious, I think it's just something you can get from dented cans.
Marshmallow cream can stay good until it is opened, unless the product is contaminated.
by being exposed to the bacteria through direct contact
it contains the poison Ricin
Salmonella is a bacteria that can cause food poisoning but there is also many other bacteria or chemicals that can affect the food that you eat.
Salmonella is found in eggs, contaminated water, undercooked poultry, unpasteurized milk, birds and turtles who carry it.
It is found were it is most unlikely to be found
death your not ment to live
it causes diarrhea, abdominal cramps,vomiting,and fever and you could DIE FROM IT Salmonella typhimuriumCREATED BY CUTIE33947
No. No it is not possible for a girl to get food poisoning from swallowing sperm Yes. Yes it is possible to get food poisoning because swallowing sperm will not counteract it.
Staphylococcus is a bacteria. This particular bacteria is very often the cause of skin, stomach and blood infections. It is commonly found on the skin, but is easily disinfected with antiseptics or even soap and water--it is normally dealt with by the body's immune system pretty easily, and as such...