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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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HHS

People at Risk: People with Weakened Immune Systems

food safety  immune system problems 

A properly functioning immune system works to clear infection and other foreign agents from the body. People with health problems or who take medicines that weaken the body’s ability to fight germs and sickness are more likely to get a foodborne illness. This includes, for example, people with diabetes; liver or kidney disease; HIV/AIDS; autoimmune diseases; organ transplants; and people receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy.

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HHS

People at Risk: Older Adults

risk  food safety  older adult health 

Adults age 65 and older are at a higher risk for hospitalization and death from foodborne illness. This increased risk of foodborne illness is because organs and body systems go through changes as people age.

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HHS

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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OWH

Staying healthy and safe

diabetes  pregnancy  smoking  alcohol  women's health  oral health  pelvic floor  Lactose Intolerance  healthy eating  vitamins  healthy pregnancy  food safety  Substance Abuse  weight gain  PKU  minerals  caffeine  calorie needs  vegetarian  fish facts 

Learn tips for staying healthy and safe during pregnancy, including calorie needs and healthy foods for mom and baby from the Office on Women’s Health.

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ODPHP-HF

Protégete de la hepatitis B

safety  vaccine  vaccines  malaria  food safety  bed bugs  water safety  healthfinder  ODPHP  Health topics 

Share this resource to help people stay safe and healthy when they travel outside the United States.

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ODPHP-HF

Habla con tu hijo adolescente sobre las relaciones saludables de pareja

salmonella  e. coli  E Coli  food safety  ecoli  food handling  food storage  salmonella poisoning  healthfinder  ODPHP  Health topics 

Share these good habits to help people protect their families from food poisoning.

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ODPHP-HF

Stay Healthy When You Travel

safety  vaccine  vaccines  malaria  food safety  Health Topics  bed bugs  water safety  healthfinder  ODPHP 

Share this resource to help people stay safe and healthy when they travel outside the United States.

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ODPHP-HF

Protect Your Family from Food Poisoning

salmonella  e. coli  E Coli  food safety  ecoli  Health Topics  food handling  food storage  salmonella poisoning  healthfinder  ODPHP 

Share these good habits to help people protect their families from food poisoning.

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HHS

Food Safety - In an Emergency

food  food safety  emergency links 

Listing of resources to find out how to keep food safe during and after an emergency, such as a flood, fire, national disaster, or the loss of power.

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