Salmonella

A close up image of Salmonella.

What is Salmonella?-A bacterium that occurs mainly in the intestine, especially a serotype causing food poisoning.

Who's at risk?- Infants Older adults , Pregnant women and people with chronic illnesses are at risk more than most, but anyone can get Salmonella.

The photo above describes how salmonella progresses, the syptoms and whos at risk more than others.

What are the symptoms?-Diarrhea , fever and abdominal cramps are all symptoms of Salmonella. The illnesses can last from 4-7 days.

How do I prevent it?-When cooking foods such as poultry, ground beef, and eggs be sure to cook them troughly. Do not drink raw eggs , or raw milk. Aloso alwa

The video above describes How to recognize the symptoms of salmonella poisoning.

What are the sources of the bacteria?- Salmonella bacteria live in the intestines of people, animals and birds. Most people are infected with salmonella by eating foods that have been contaminated by feces. Raw meat,poultry and seafood.

Video shows what salmonella is and information about it.

This a photo of some foods that can have salmonella.

Comment Stream