by Michael Davis
Salmonella is a type of bacteria that causes Salmonellosis. Young children, older adults, and people who have impaired immune systems are at the largest risk of having severe cases. Eating contaminated food contaminated with salmonella is how salmonella spreads or infects other people. Symptoms of salmonella develop twelve to seventy-two hours after infection. The illness usually lasts about four to seven days. The symptoms of salmonella are diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps. Salmonella is a self-limited condition; it burns itself out. To help prevent getting salmonella, thoroughly cook poultry, ground beef, and eggs, and do not hesitate to send your food back to the kitchen for further cooking if you are served uncooked food in a restaurant.
This is what salmonella looks like under a microscope.
These are the symptoms of salmonella.
Salmonella is very common in raw chicken.
Salmonella is also very common in uncooked poultry and eggs.
Salmonella has many symptoms, and salmonella is very contagious.