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    Food poisoning can be very painful and difficult to endure, and although it can commonly resolve on it's own without treatment, in some cases over the counter (OTC) medications help relieve some symptoms, and can assist with the road to recovery. Food poisoning can be very painful and difficult to endure, and although it can commonly resolve on it's own without treatment, in some cases over the counter (OTC) medications help relieve some symptoms, and can assist with the road to recovery..
  • Iwaspoisoned featured on NBC's Today Show
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    What You Need To Know About Fruit and Food safety Raw fruits and vegetables can carry harmful germs such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria that can cause illness. A large percentage of foodborne illnesses are caused by  fruit and vegetables. Germs on the peel or skin may enter and contaminate the fruit, so even if you don't intend to eat the peel, always wash or scrub fruits and vegetables under running water before eating. Read more Raw fruits and vegetables can carry harmful germs such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria that can cause illness. A large percentage of foodborne illnesses are caused by fruit and vegetables. Germs on the peel or skin may enter and contaminate the frui
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  • Cross Contamination of Food: What You Need to Know
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  • Shigella: What You Need to Know
    Shigella is a bacteria that causes an intestinal infection in a person when ingested. This infection is commonly known as shigellosis. It is a problem everywhere, especially in developing countries, but is also prevalent in the US, with approximately 500,000 cases each year. Shigellosis is most commonly found in crowded places like schools, daycare centers, nursing homes, or any place with a lack of sanitation. Read More   Shigella is a bacteria that causes an intestinal infection in a person when ingested. This infection is commonly known as shigellosis. It is a prevalent problem in the US, with approximately 500,000 cases each year.
  • Campylobacter: What You Need to Know
    Campylobacter infection is a type of food poisoning that affects about 1.5 million people yearly in the U.S. It's usually acquired by consuming contaminated water and foods - especially raw or undercooked poultry. A campylobacter's main hosts are poultry and livestock. It lives inside the animal's digestive system and these animals can carry this bacteria with no symptoms and show no signs at all. Sometimes, a cow's udder comes into contact with infected cow manure or any other livestock feces, thereby causing an infection and contaminating the milk production of the cow. In other cases, the bacteria may reside in water and sewers. Read more... Campylobacter infection is a type of food poisoning that affects about 1.5 million people yearly in the U.S. It's usually acquired by consuming contaminated water and foods - especially raw or undercooked poultry.
  • Vibrio: What You Need to Know
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  • Norovirus vs Coronavirus: What are the Key Differences?
    As the world starts to lift restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, other common viruses will likely make a return as the general population returns to pre-pandemic activity and behavior. In the UK, for example, by July 2021 cases of norovirus are 72% higher than they were during the same period last year. With COVID-19 still circulating, people may start to confuse norovirus with coronavirus and vice versa. This may present issues when it comes to diagnosis and treatment. Is it wise to obtain a test, for example? Are there certain home remedies that may be more effective for norovirus than COVID-19? How can you avoid falling ill in the first place? To help put your mind at rest and make appropriate preparations to deal with these viruses, we’ve put together a handy guide to their primary similarities and differences. Read more... With Covid-19 still circulating, and a resurgence of Norovirus, people may start to confuse norovirus with coronavirus and vice versa. This may present issues when it comes to diagnosis and treatment. Is it wise to obtain a test, for example? Are there ce
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    Diarrhea is one of the most common symptoms of food poisoning.  It may begin within hours or take days—sometimes weeks—to appear after eating contaminated food. The main complication of diarrhea is dehydration.  Many types of food poisoning can cause diarrhea,  and the onset of diarrhea can vary depending on the type of  contamination. While diarrhea is usually not more than an uncomfortable illness, it can lead to dehydration. If you experience symptoms, increase your fluid intake. If your symptoms last more than a day or two, get worse, or becomes severe, call your doctor. Read more Diarrhea is one of the most common symptoms of food poisoning.  It may begin within hours or take days—sometimes weeks—to appear after eating contaminated food. The main complication of diarrhea is dehydration. If your symptoms last more than a day or two
  • Salmonella: What You Need to Know
    Salmonella is a type of bacteria that can cause food poisoning. It is usually present in raw eggs, meat, and poultry. Salmonella can also be found on the outside of fruit and vegetables that have not been washed well before being eaten. Symptoms of Salmonella include diarrhea, fever, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, chills or headache. If you experience these symptoms within 12 hours after consuming anything from this list: raw eggs (including eggnog), uncooked meats (including ground beef), unpasteurized milk or juice products containing apple or pear juices; contact your doctor immediately! Read more Salmonella is a type of bacteria that can cause food poisoning. It is usually present in raw eggs, meat, and poultry. Salmonella can also be found on the outside of fruit and vegetables that have not been washed well before being eaten.
  • What are Foodborne Parasites?
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  • What is Viral Gastroenteritis?
    Gastroenteritis refers to an infection of the gut and is known as food poisoning when caused by food contaminated with virus(e.g.norovirus), bacteria(e.g salmonella), and parasites(e.g Giardia). Gastroenteritis symptoms range in severity and can start within hours of eating contaminated food. Read more
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  • What is Listeria?
    Listeria food poisoning symptoms include fever, headache, and tiredness in mild cases, but severe infections can lead to death. Listeria is commonly linked to ready-to-eat foods but occurs in frozen foods as well. Listeria risk is minimized by pasteurization or thoroughly heating food to 165 degrees. Read more
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    One of the most important organs in your body is your liver. Responsible for detoxification, your liver also helps in digestion and also allows you to store energy. When infected, your liver might be unable to carry out these functions. Hepatitis A is an infection of the liver caused by the Hepatitis A virus (HAV).   Read more
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    If your stomach lining is inflamed, you may be diagnosed with Gastritis. This condition may be acute or chronic but can be treated using acid reducers like antacid, or antibacterial medication if the condition was triggered by bacteria. Chronic gastritis is less common, usually affecting 2 out of 10,000 individuals, while acute gastritis is most commonly reported with 8 cases in every 1,000 individuals. Read more
  • What is Cyclospora?
    Cryptosporidiosis is an infection by the Cyclospora cayetanensis parasite that may be transmitted by ingesting food, water, or feces containing the parasite. You may also become infected if you touch your mouth after using the toilet without properly washing your hands. People suffering from cryptosporidiosis often report watery diarrhea. Read more
  • What is Colitis?
    Inflamed colon (or large intestine) is also referred to as colitis. Colitis can be caused by food poisoning due to disease-causing organisms like Salmonella and Escherichia coli. The condition may also be a result of autoimmune reactions and a shortage of blood supply to the colon. Regardless of its cause, people suffering from colitis normally report symptoms including diarrhea and abdominal pain.  Read more
  • What is Norovirus?
    Norovirus infection usually begins with diarrhea and vomiting that are often mistaken for flu, and hence the infection being termed the stomach flu. Norovirus infection can become severe without prompt medical attention. The highly contagious virus can be spread via food, water, contaminated surfaces, and close contact with infected persons.  Read more
  • Physical Contamination in Food
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  • Food poisoning timeline and when you should see a doctor?
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  • How to report food poisoning and what to do if you have food poisoning
    Report food poisoning at iwaspoisoned.com If you have food poisoning report it to IWasPoisoned.com. Public health agencies throughout the United States subscribe, as do health officials in many other countries. Iwaspoisoned is a trusted site, and with the help of consumer reporting has detected many outbreaks in real time, preventing further harm as a result. Read more If you have food poisoning report it to IWasPoisoned.com. Public health agencies throughout the United States subscribe, as do health officials in many other countries. Iwaspoisoned is a trusted site, and with the help of consumer reporting has detected m
  • What are food poisoning symptoms?
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  • Why should I report food poisoning?
    Help prevent further incidents of food poisoning.   Each year, millions of people get food poisoning and thousands die Read more
  • How do I stop throwing up from food poisoning?
        To control nausea and vomiting be sure to avoid solid foods until the vomiting ends.   Taking slow, small sips of liquids can help avoid vomiting and dehydration. Read more
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  • How long does food poisoning last?
        How long does food poisoning last? Foodborne diseases, in general, refer to more than 250 kinds of disease-causing germs. In the majority of people with mild to moderate symptoms of food poisoning (viral and bacterial), symptoms may resolve in about 24 to 48 hours and there is no additional medical treatment needed. But food poisoning can also take more than a few days or even weeks to resolve. Any signs of dehydration or blood to your stool for more than 72 hours should be evaluated medically. Seek medical help if you suspect something unusual about the symptoms you are experiencing. Read more In the majority of people with mild to moderate symptoms of food poisoning, symptoms may resolve in about 24 to 48 hours and there is no additional medical treatment needed. But food poisoning can also take more than a few days or even weeks to resolve.
  • What are the most common food poisoning ‘bugs’?
        Infectious organisms like bacteria, viruses and parasites are the most common causes of food poisoning. Read more
  • How does food poisoning happen?
      Food poisoning is caused by eating contaminated food that is handled or cooked incorrectly before it reaches your plate.   Read more
  • What helps food poisoning?
        Stay hydrated and replenish the fluids your body is losing to diarrhea or vomiting. Properly restore electrolytes by drinking beverages like Pedialyte, Ceralyte, or Oralyte to prevent dehydration. Sports drinks like Gatorade should not be used because they do not restore the necessary balance. If you're able to keep down fluids do, slowly introduce foods that are easy to digest like bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast; commonly referred to as the ‘BRAT’ diet. Read more
  • What should I do if I have food poisoning, should I see a doctor?
    If you experience symptoms of food poisoning, such as diarrhea or vomiting, drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration. You should seek medical attention from your doctor or healthcare provider if you have symptoms including any of the following: Read more
  • Do I have food poisoning?
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  • Why Report Food Poisoning?
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    Food poisoning often improves without treatment in a few days. During that time you should drink fluids to prevent dehydration. Read more
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