S. Geetha*


Intake of contaminated food causes food-borne illness i.e. food poisoning and because the digestive system of infants and children is not fully developed, they are at a high risk. Also school going children eat outside and get affected with food poisoning. Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting and fever are the common symptoms of food poisoning. But they vary because of different bacteria and different types of food. So some may have very mild symptoms and on the other hand some may exhibit severe signs. Different kinds of bacteria have different signs and symptoms of food poisoning. Treatment depends on the severity of the dehydration, response to therapy, and ability to drink fluids without vomiting. Children, in particular, may need close observation.

Keywords: Dehydration, Nausea, Food Borne Illness.

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