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Holiday Safety: Preventing Foodborne Illness

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Holiday meal.
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Woman with a stomachache at a restaurant.
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What is foodborne illness?


Senior man with his grandchildren.
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Who is at risk?


Woman disgusted by food quality.
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What causes foodborne illness?


Raw eggs.
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Are certain foods considered higher risk?


Food pathogen.
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How many foodborne pathogens exist?


Woman with a stomach ache.
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What are symptoms of food poisoning?


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If exposed, when will I feel sick?


Woman with a stomachache at the doctor.
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How is foodborne illness diagnosed?


Woman talking to her pharmacist.
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How is foodborne illness treated?


Holiday foods.
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Preventing food poisoning during the holidays


Family cooking together.
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Celeste Cooper, RN

Celeste Cooper, RN

@PainedInkSlayer

Celeste Cooper, R.N., is a freelance writer focusing on chronic pain and fibromyalgia. She is lead author of Integrative therapies for Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Myofascial Pain and the Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain book series. She enjoys her family, writing and advocating, photography, and nature. Connect with Celeste through Twitter @PainedInkSlayer.