Adults older than 65 years and people with weakened

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adults older than 65 years, and people with weakened immune systems are more likely to have a severe illness.” (CDC 2018). As it pertains to the final, population is addressed as the number of people exposed to the bacteria/illness, as that population relates to the non-exposed population, which shows prevalence and health disparity. The prevalence in certain social and or socioeconomic groups will help us explain health disparity and the social and behavioral determinants that resulted in exposure. Risk factors and prevention were also discussed in the articles, such as eating and handling undercooked food and steps to take not to do so. Mortality was discussed. Odds ratio was not calculated but prevalence was discussed. The connections between the population and public health issue were discussed, however for the final we will need to explore beyond the social and behavioral determinants in order to address the public health issue comprehensively.
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1-3 JOURNAL: LOCATING RESOURCES 5 Salmonella as a disease Salmonella leads to diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps. 12-72 hours is the typical development timeline for post exposure symptoms. 4-7 days is the typical course of symptoms and treatment is not usually required for recovery. Salmonella may travel from other places in the body via the bloodstream, leaving the intestines. The diarrhea may be severe and require hospitalization. From 2010-2012 the incidence of Salmonella incidence had decreased 9% by 2013. Salmonella is more common in the summer than in the winter. This leads the reader to believe that either people consume more ground beef due to grilling in the summer months, or perhaps the disease effects the livestock in the warm weather due to whatever reasons (will have
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