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  1. Salmonella bacteria normally live in creature and human digestive organs and are shed through dung. People become tainted most much of the time through polluted water or food. Commonly, individuals with salmonella infection have no symptoms. Others create loose bowels, fever and stomach cramps inside eight to 72 hours

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