Food Poisoning

Food poisoning is a very common disease around the the world. More than 250 diseases can cause food poisoning. Some of the most common are bacteria, salmonella, E. coli, and listeria. This disease can also cause symptoms. These include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever. There are about at least 3 million of these cases each year.

The way that it spreads is when people eat food or water that is contaminated by germs, they can get sick. There are areas in this picture that show some areas have more cases of this disease than other areas around the globe.

This disease occurs when food or water gets contaminated by dangerous germs that cause food poisoning cases. Eating contaminated food and drinking dangerous water can cause you to get diarrhea, and other symptoms. Another way this can occur is when you cross contaminate foods.