As predicted, the salmonella charade continues. Anyone who finds that they had potentially contaminated eggs should either return the eggs or throw them away and then completely sanitize anywhere the eggs were kept, according to the CDC. Fully cooking eggs so that they aren’t runny and are firm all the way through is the best way to avoid getting sick from raw eggs. Most people who get sick from salmonella will see symptoms between 12 and 72 hours after they first ate the eggs. Symptoms include a fever, diarrhea and stomach cramps, according to the CDC. With no treatment, the sickness will last anywhere from a few days to a week and in rare cases, it can turn deadly.
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