Adults over 50 more likely to get foodborne illnesses

04/10/2009 | USA Today

People age 50 and older are more likely to get sick or die from foodborne illnesses, according to a new CDC report. Physicians had believed young children were most vulnerable but a review of 2008 data found hospitalization and death rates were higher for older adults.

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