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what is dehydration Egg recall: what is salmonella, and what are its symptoms?

by:IKE     2019-06-07
Food regulatory authority, health department and chief veterinary officerxa0The Australian Food Standards Agency says it is investigating rare salmonella associated with eggs.In Tasmania, new state, Victoria and Queensland, human cases related to this strain have been confirmed.The investigation led to food recalls in last September and this year, FSANZ said.
Including this recall.
xa0Woolworths 12 cage-free eggs 700g (barcode 9300633636982), Victorian fresh barn spawning 600g, Victorian fresh barn spawning 700g, Victorian fresh barn laying 800g, the Lowden Valley barn laid 600 grams of eggs.Not all eggs are affected, FSANZ said, but if the public buys the recalled eggs, it is recommended to return them to the place of purchase or throw them into the bin.Affected eggs should not be thrown into the garden or fed to pets and livestock.
According to the Ministry of Health and Human Services, salmonella is an intestinal infection caused by salmonella.Symptoms may start between 6 and 72 hours after eating contaminated food, and the disease usually lasts for one week.However, salmonella can lead to systemic diseases and other long-termTerms and conditions.
Severe diarrhea can lead to severe dehydration, though uncommon, for a long timeLong-term effects may include reactive arthritis.Anyone with concernsxa0Medical advice should be sought about their health
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