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If a child drinks spoiled milk, rinse his mouth with water. The child may vomit initially because of the bad taste of the milk, but he will usually not develop a foodborne illness, according to The Stir. Medical care is ... More »

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If a baby drinks spoiled milk, rinse her mouth with water. The baby may vomit due to the milk's taste, but foodborne illness usually does not result, according to The Stir. Seek immediate medical attention if the baby de... More »

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After drinking spoiled milk, a baby may vomit because of the bad taste, but he usually does not develop foodborne illness, according to The Stir. If the baby develops symptoms, including diarrhea, prolonged vomiting, fev... More »

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If a baby drinks spoiled milk, rinse her mouth with water. The baby may vomit due to the milk's taste, but foodborne illness usually does not result, according to The Stir. Seek immediate medical attention if the baby de... More »

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Milk curdles when its acidity causes casein, a major proteins in milk, to be attracted to other casein molecules and clump up, according to About.com. This creates solid masses of fat and protein known as curds, and a tr... More »

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Bad milk contains bacteria that is capable of causing illness upon drinking it. According to KidsHealth, bacteria from milk, such as salmonella, causes nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. More »

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Condensed milk does go bad, or spoil. To prevent food borne illness, the best option is to use the milk before the best-by date on the can. More »

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