According to Mayo Clinic, most cases of food poisoning do not require medical treatment. Cases that cause severe vomiting and diarrhea, however, may result in dehydration that requires intravenous replacement of fluids a... More »

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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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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 »

Treating food poisoning involves resting and avoiding the intake of food and drink for several hours and then taking sips of water or sucking on ice chips, advises Mayo Clinic. As the patient feels better, he can consume... 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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According to Mayo Clinic, symptoms of food poisoning can include vomiting, stomach cramps, queasiness, fever and diarrhea. Depending on the specific cause of food poisoning, symptoms can develop within hours following in... More »

While symptoms can vary depending on the cause of food poisoning, Mayo Clinic states that most forms manifest with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach ache and fever that may appear within a few hours to a few weeks afte... More »