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New measures proposed to reduce salmonella illnesses

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Salmonella is a very common illness. According to the Cleveland Clinic, salmonella is a bacteria that can develop in under-cooked or uncooked poultry or seafood. The bacteria can grow also if the meat has been left out in the heat for too long.

It does not take very long for poultry or seafood to go bad in 90-degree F weather, or if it is left outside for more than two hours. A person can also get salmonella from polluted water or unpasteurized milk.

When handling uncooked chicken, it is very important for someone to wash their. . .

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