Salmonella Turner Jones and Drew Dietrich

Salmonella is a foodborne sickness that comes from consuming raw or improperly cooked food.
Salmonella can come from eating raw eggs,chicken,or cookie dough.
Every year salmonella is responsible for one million food born illnesses in the U.S,also causing 19,000 hospitalizations and 380 deaths.
Symptoms of salmonella are diarrhea,fever,and abdominal cramps. These symptoms appear usually 12-72 hours after infection
Ways to prevent salmonella include cooking food throughly and not consuming raw eggs.
In March 2016 an outbreak of salmonella spread across 40 states in the U.S.
Salmonella treatment involves antibiotics,anti-diarrheals,and lots of fluids.
Salmonella can dehydrate the body so treatment focuses manly on replacing fluids and electrolytes.Severe cases require hospitalization and an iv.
Salmonella was first discovered in 1885 by Veterinary Scientist Daniel E. Salmon
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