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What increases my risk for pesticide food poisoning?

Children are most at risk for pesticide food poisoning because of their undeveloped immune systems. You are also at risk if you work with pesticides since the pesticide can transfer from your hands to your food easily. Pregnant mothers should also be careful as a case of pesticide food poisoning can cause severe birth defects. Pesticide food poisoning is most prevalent in undeveloped countries.

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What causes pesticide food poisoning?
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The main cause of pesticide food poisoning is harmful bacteria that can grow in a pesticide solution...
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What are the symptoms of pesticide food poisoning?
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The symptoms of pesticide food poisoning can include fever, stomach ache, vomiting, fatigue, and dia...
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Are there alternative treatments for pesticide food poisoning?
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If you are experiencing the symptoms of pesticide food poisoning, you should contact your doctor rig...
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What is the rate of incidence for pesticide food poisoning?
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Although the rates for pesticide food poisoning are unknown, pesticide poisoning in general is known...
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