While drinking milk that is very sour or chunky can result in food poisoning, milk that is starting to turn or is just after its expiry date is not likely to cause sickness. Children or those with weak immune systems are... More »

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HowStuffWorks explains that food poisoning often occurs when a person eats spoiled food. Common symptoms of food poisoning are stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and cramping. More »

Milk becomes spoiled because of the bacteria present in it. When milk is pasteurized, some but not all of the bacteria in it is killed, and the bacteria that remain eventually cause pasteurized milk to spoil. More »

Spoiled milk can potentially cause food poisoning, resulting in vomiting and diarrhea. The specific symptoms and the severity of the illness depend on which microorganisms colonize the spoiled milk and how much one inges... More »

Drinking milk past its expiration date may lead to food poisoning because of the bacteria that grows in the milk and makes it sour. Symptoms of food poisoning include nausea, stomach cramps, fever and diarrhea. More »

According to Dr. James Jay, a food biologist at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, most foods can be safely eaten beyond the expiration date without making a person sick. The exceptions to this are meats, poultry, fres... More »

Drinking bad or sour milk does not cause sickness in most cases. There is a small risk of food poisoning in consuming spoiled milk in large doses, but the risk is minimal. More »

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