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January 25, 2024

Salmonella is a bacteria found in the intestines of many healthy animals and reptiles that can cause illness in humans. It is most commonly transmitted through undercooked foods, especially poultry, but people can also contract salmonella infections through direct contact with animal carriers. It typically causes mild gastrointestinal symptoms. Vulnerable individuals can develop severe or fatal symptoms. Learning how to prevent salmonella can keep you and your family safe.

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