Recent Examples of salmonella from the Web
In the event of an E. coli or salmonella outbreak, the difference between two seconds and six-plus days can be decisive, even lifesaving.
Salmonella symptoms include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps over a period of four to seven days.
A similar theory—which was largely dismissed—circulated two years ago when the chain was hit by outbreaks of E. coli, norovirus, and salmonella.
The average norovirus outbreak causes about 18 illnesses, while salmonella usually leads to about 25.
Some were found to have died from salomonellosis, a disease caused by the bacteria salmonella.
Chipotle is still recovering financially from cases of e. coli, salmonella and norovirus traced to the restaurant during a string of incidents in 2015.
But about 10 percent of people with a bacterial gastrointestinal infection such as salmonella or E. coli go on to develop a type of irritable bowel syndrome known as post-infectious IBS.
How could the turkey cook all the way through, my people reasoned, if the heat could not swirl around inside the bird? Onions, lemons, butter, and other seasoning were allowed, but a thick gob of breadcrumbs was salmonella waiting to happen.
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Origin and Etymology of salmonella
First Known Use: 1913See Words from the same year
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Definition of salmonella for English Language Learners
: a kind of bacteria that is sometimes in food and that makes people sick
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