It is estimated that 48 million people a year will get sick from food poisoning. Are you practicing food safety to prevent this? There ways to reduce the risk of food illness. One of the ways you can avoid food illness is to identify those that are high risk of food poising. Young children, older adults, pregnant women, or adults with immune diseases are at a much greater risk. People in these group may want to avoid raw meats, unpasteurized dairy products, and uncooked sprouts.
To learn more, please visit the "Prevent Food Poisoning" safety article by the CDC.