Salmonella bacteria can be transmitted by contaminated foods or by animals. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how salmonella infection (salmonellosis) happens, its symptoms, how to treat it, and much more.
Salmonella Infection (Salmonellosis)
Learn about salmonella, symptoms of salmonella poisoning, and tracking salmonella outbreaks and related product recalls.
Gastroenteritis is a condition that causes vomiting, nausea, fever and diarrhea. WebMD tells you how to recognize whether it is caused by food poisoning, and how to stay hydrated.
How to Prevent Food Poisoning
Food poisoning is common – and preventable. Learn what foods to be careful with, how to cook and clean, and what to watch for in restaurants and while traveling.
Food Poisoning: What to Know
Learn about the germs, viruses, and parasites that are the biggest causes of food poisoning.
Keeping Foods Safe From Deadly Bacteria
Planning a picnic? Here's how to make sure your food is safe.
Eggs: 8 Healthy Facts
From nutritional benefits to ancient symbolism, we've eight ten things we bet you didn't know about eggs.
Egg Facts: Free-Range, Organic, Cage-Free, Vegetarian, and More
WebMD discusses the difference between egg types such as cage-free eggs, free-range eggs, pasteurized eggs, organic eggs, and more -- and whether any are safer than other eggs.
Public health experts tell WebMD about the 'dirty dozen' of places where germs love to hide. Learn about sources of e-coli infection and more.