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Salmonella enteritidis In Chicken Meat Causes Sickness

Salmonella enteritidis is a type of salmonella bacteria.It is usually found in eggs infected by foecal germs. The U.S. Agriculture Department //reports that this bacteria is now found more often in chicken meat. Tests conducted during the years 2000 to 2005 show a fourfold increase of salmonella enteritidis on chicken meat.

Salmonella is reported to cause sickness in at least 40,000 people every year with an annual death toll of about 600 in the US.

There are many species of salmonella that cause sickness but salmonella enteritidis is one of the most common.

The infection of this bacteria leads to fever, causes stomach cramps and diarrhoea, and when this bacteria invade the bloodstream in some cases, it may become fatal.

The U.S. Agriculture Department advises people to eat chicken at home or ensure that it is cooked to 165 degrees as the bacteria is killed.It also suggests that food thermometers be used and the rules for safe cooking be followed meticulously, which includes washing hands well before cooking, separating cooked food from raw,and refrigerating food that has to be stored right away.

Salmonella is also found in pork and beef, raw fruits and vegetables and dairy products.
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