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Vibriosis Food Poisoning

Vibriosis is a foodborne illness caused by eating food that is contaminated with vibrio bacteria. Typically people become infected by eating undercooked or raw seafood, such as shellfish (especially oysters). Vibrio bacteria are more prevalent between May and October when the water is warmer. About 80% of vibriosis infections... click to read more

Salmonella Food Poisoning

Salmonellosis is the illness caused by consuming food contaminated with Salmonella. Young children and older adults have a higher risk of being affected by Salmonella. Potential food sources for Salmonella outbreaks include eggs, poultry, meat, unpasteurized milk or juice, cheese, and contaminated raw fruits and vegetables.

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Listeria Food Poisoning

Listeriosis is a serious infection caused by eating food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. Older adults, pregnant women, newborns, and adults with weakened immune systems are primarily at risk of being affected by listeriosis.

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E. coli Food Poisoning

People who eat food contaminated with E. coli can become ill within 2-8 days, with the average being 3-4 days. Usually they will experience symptoms such as bloody diarrhea and vomiting. Most people will recover within a week, but some cases will be more severe and last longer.

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Clostridium Perfringens Food Poisoning

lostridium perfringens, or perfringens food poisoning, is one of the most common causes of foodborne illnesses in the United States. The illness is caused by eating foods contaminated with clostridium perfringens bacteria. Beef, poultry, gravies, and dried or pre-cooked foods are common sources of clostridium perfringens infections. Clostridium perfringens... click to read more