Food and Water borne infections

Foodborne normally called as food poisoning, and waterborne diseases square measure conditions caused by intake or drinking food or water that's contaminated by microbes or the toxins they manufacture. The start of symptoms could occur among minutes to weeks and often occur as flu-like symptoms. They usually cause channel symptoms like abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and looseness of the bowels.People with weakened (compromised) immune systems like those with HIV/AIDS or WHO have had associate organ transplant; in these populations, the conditions could also be far more severe and troublesome to resolve.

 

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