Salmonella, the name of a group of bacteria, is one of the most common causes of food poisoning in the United States. Usually, symptoms last 4-7 days and most people get better without treatment. But, Salmonella can cause more serious illness in older adults, infants, and persons with chronic diseases. If you want to prevent getting Salmonella, clean your hands with soap and warm water before handling with your foods, always clean your surface before preparing your food on them. Wash your hands when you are feeding or giving you pets treats. Keep all your foods at the right temperature and make sure that you foods are cooked before eating.
This video talks about the symptoms when catching Salmonella.