Health Briefs to Air Segment on Salmonella

Salmonella has the ability to make people very ill from food they eat. The provocative program reports on what is affected and what to do.

Coral Springs, FL, August 22, 2014 --( Health Briefs producers are pleased to announce work on a segment on salmonella. The program will explain to viewers what it is, what can be affected by it and what to do if one becomes sick after consuming salmonella-tainted food. It will also delve into recent government notices about food products which might contain the organism and where to find more information. The celebrity-hosted show will air later this year on most regional cable television networks.

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