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People at Risk

risk  food poisoning  foodborne illness  food safety 

Food poisoning or foodborne illness can affect anyone who eats food contaminated by bacteria, viruses, parasites, toxins, or other substances, but certain people are more likely to get sick or to have a serious illness.

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Food allergies

eggs  milk  food poisoning  shellfish  irritable bowel syndrome  Lactose Intolerance  food allergies  epinephrine  Women’s health  fish  peanuts  tree nuts  wheat  soybeans  anaphylaxis 

In a food allergy, your immune system reacts to a certain food or ingredient as if it were harmful.

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CDC

Food Safety Smarts

food poisoning  CDC Features  food safety 

Use these tools and tips to help prevent food poisoning.

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CDC

Salmonella and Food | CDC Features

cook  food  chicken  salmonella  chill  outbreak  clean  food poisoning  Diarrhea  CDC Features  foodborne illness  food safety  separate  raw eggs 

You may know that Salmonella can contaminate poultry and eggs but it also sneaks its way into many other foods – ground beef, tuna, pork, tomatoes, sprouts, and even peanut butter. Learn what you can do to make your food safer to eat.

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CDC

Solve Foodborne Outbreaks | CDC Features

salmonella  listeria  CDC  outbreak  foodborne disease  detect  food poisoning  E Coli  CDC Features  foodborne illness  food safety  outbreak investigation  foodborne outbreaks  disease detective  enteric infections 

Did you know you can help disease detectives detect and solve foodborne disease outbreaks? Learn some ways you can help protect others from getting sick.

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CDC

Foodborne Germs and Illnesses | Food Safety

CDC  partnerships  food poisoning  FDA  foodborne illness  food safety  NCEZID  FSIS  Food Safety Office  NCZVED  dfbmd  president's working group  food handling  fso  cifor  usda  dpd  aphis  afdo  aphl 

Food poisoning or foodborne illness is a costly, yet preventable public health problem. Learn about food borne diseases, illnesses, and how to prevent with food safety.

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CDC

Food Safety Savvy | CDC Features

food poisoning  CDC Features  food safety 

Use these tools and tips to help prevent food poisoning.

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CDC

Home Canning and Botulism | CDC Features

botulism  food poisoning  CDC Features  home canning 

Home canning is an excellent way to preserve garden produce and share it with family and friends, but it can be risky or even deadly if not done correctly and safely.

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CDC

Settings of Norovirus Outbreaks, Figure 2 | CDC Features

norovirus  outbreaks  surveillance  gastroenteritis  food poisoning  vomiting  Diarrhea  CDC Features  washing hands  stomach cramps  throwing up  stomach bug  acute gastroenteritis  Norowalk-like virus  food preparation  contaminated food  food handlers  cruise ship outbreaks  out breaks  food inspections 

Noroviruses spread by having contact with infected people, consuming contaminated food or water, and touching contaminated objects or surfaces. Outbreaks occur often and can happen to people of all ages in a variety of settings.

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CDC

Surveillance of Norovirus Outbreaks, Figure 1 | CDC Features

norovirus  outbreaks  surveillance  gastroenteritis  food poisoning  vomiting  Diarrhea  CDC Features  washing hands  stomach cramps  throwing up  stomach bug  acute gastroenteritis  Norowalk-like virus  food preparation  contaminated food  food handlers  cruise ship outbreaks  out breaks  food inspections 

Noroviruses spread by having contact with infected people, consuming contaminated food or water, and touching contaminated objects or surfaces. Outbreaks occur often and can happen to people of all ages in a variety of settings.

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