Salmonella poisoning

Salmonella poisoning

n.
Gastroenteritis that is caused by food contaminated with bacteria of the genus Salmonella which multiply freely in the gastrointestinal tract but do not produce septicemia. Symptoms include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
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Liverpool LPS and Wirral are all attending but St Helens Sutton will not have a ladies team due to the absences of Diane Appleton, who is recovering from salmonella poisoning and Pam Fitzsimmons.
4 million cases of salmonella poisoning occur in the United States each year from eating contaminated beef, pork, poultry, eggs and milk.
A COVENTRY city centre takeaway has been banned from making its own homemade mayonnaise with raw eggs after an outbreak of salmonella poisoning.
More than 500 people had to be evacuated from an Ibiza hotel after a suspected outbreak of salmonella poisoning.
A lot of these fast-food franchises have an older clientele for these egg breakfasts - and that's a high-risk group for salmonella poisoning,'' Muriana said.
Since the recall was announced in February, our law firm alone has been contacted by over a thousand persons that have reported symptoms of Salmonella poisoning, including fever, stomach cramps and severe diarrhea which in many cases required hospitalization.
A WOMAN in hospital for five days with salmonella poisoning plans to sue Birmingham's Cadbury, claiming a chocolate bar caused her illness.
A MIDWIFE left disabled by salmonella poisoning from a Chinese restaurant was yesterday awarded pounds 1.
A 50-year-old man died on Wednesday at Leighton Hospital in Crewe after he had been showing the symptoms of salmonella poisoning.
Only about one in five to ten cases of salmonella poisoning were reported and recorded.
Salmonella poisoning in Majorcan and Turkish hotels.
Salmonella poisoning is caused by inflammation of the stomach and intestines.