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Nationwide Salmonella Outbreak Kills One and Sickens Nearly 1,000 People in the U.S.

Nationwide Salmonella Outbreak Kills One and Sickens Nearly 1,000 People in the U.S.

Chicks and ducklings kept in backyards are the likely source of a nationwide Salmonella outbreak that has sickened nearly 1,000 people and killed one person. The outbreak nearly doubled in size since the CDC’s last report on June 24. Sick people range in age from 1 to 94-years-old, and more than 150 people have been hospitalized. Every state […]

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