The symptoms of food poisoning resolve for most patients within a few days without treatment, according to Mayo Clinic. In severe cases, common treatments include administering fluids intravenously to prevent dehydration... More »

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People infected with salmonella typically experience diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever; however, many people experience no symptoms, according to Mayo Clinic. Additional symptoms of the infection include nausea, vomit... More »

Symptoms of food poisoning include nausea, vomiting, fever, runny diarrhea, abdominal cramping and pain, according to Mayo Clinic. The illness is especially risky for elderly people, pregnant women, children, and individ... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic website, the signs and symptoms of food poisoning from consuming contaminated food may begin within hours of consumption, or possibly not for days or weeks later. The sickness resulting from ... More »

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Letting the stomach and intestines settle, preventing dehydration, easing back into a normal diet and getting plenty of rest are the mainstays of home treatment for food poisoning, according to Mayo Clinic. Avoiding dair... More »

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To rid the body of food poisoning, HowStuffWorks recommends patients take several steps to increase fluid intake, monitor calorie levels and achieve adequate rest. Probiotic supplements provide the body with a potent dos... More »

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Symptoms of food poisoning can occur anywhere from 1 hour to 10 days after eating tainted food, according to WebMD. The amount of time it takes to set in depends on what type of infection the food caused, and symptoms va... More »

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