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Food Borne Illness

QuestionAnswer
Q-FEVER Contracted from cattle or raw milk
HEPATITIS-A A form of liver disease, may be contracted from water or flies.
STREPTOCOCCUS (Holiday disease) Attacks the respiratory system and the throat
HEPATITIS-A Jaundice is associated with this disease
STREPTOCOCCUS Can be cause by floor dust
STAPHYLOCOCCUS Contracted from boils, cuts, sores, post nasal drip and sneezing
TUBERCULOSIS Passed by the fingers w/ or mouth secretions attached
DIPTHERIA From nasal discharges, respiratory infections, and throat infections
SCARLET FEVER Usually contracted from raw milk and can be passed from person to person
BACILLARY DYSENTARY (Shigellosis) Common diarrhea caused by poor sanitation habits or by huge crowds living together
SALMONELLOSIS disorder caused by materials from the intestines of man, mammals, and birds.
SALMONELLOSIS Improperly cook sausage, meat pies, custards, and low acidic foods, may all cause this illness
BOTULISM Caused by eating foods having clostridium botulism bacteria growing in them
AMEOBIC DYSENTARY Invades the wall of the large intestine.
AMEOBIC DYSENTARY Transmitted by human hands, flies, and contaminated water or food
TYPHOID (Enteric) Caused by contaminated raw foods
FOOD INTOXICATION STAPHYLOCOCCUS
FOOD INTOXICATION BOTULISM
FOOD INFECTION Q-FEVER
FOOD INFECTION TYPHOID
FOOD INFECTION AMEOBIC DYSENTARY
FOOD INFECTION SALMONELLOSIS
FOOD INFECTION BACILLARY DYSENTARY
FOOD INFECTION SCARLET FEVER
FOOD INFECTION DIPTHERIA
FOOD INFECTION HEPATITIS-A
FOOD INFECTION STREPTOCOCCUS
FOOD INFECTION TUBERCULOSIS
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