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Sal­mo­nella, the name of a group of bac­te­ria, is one of the most com­mon causes of food poi­son­ing in the United States.

Usu­ally, symp­toms last four to seven days and most peo­ple get bet­ter with­out treat­ment. Sal­mo­nella can cause more se­ri­ous ill­ness in older adults, in­fants, and per­sons with chronic diseases.

Sal­mo­nella is killed by cook­ing and pas­teur­iza­tion.

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