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People at Risk: Pregnant Women

women  listeria  pregnancy  pregnancies  food safety  food borne illnesses 

Immune system changes in pregnant women place the women themselves, their unborn children, and their newborns at increased risk of foodborne illness. These illnesses can be worse during pregnancy and may lead to miscarriage or premature delivery. Some foodborne illnesses, such as Listeria and Toxoplasma gondii, can infect the fetus even if the mother does not feel sick.

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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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