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Diseases E coli are germs that normally live the intestines of people and animals The most common symptoms are severe stomach cramps and diarrhea E coli lives in the intestines of healthy cattle and can get into the meat when cattle are slaughtered The germs are killed when the meat is thoroughly cooked The most common food source is ground beef because the grinding spreads the germs throughout the meat These germs have also been in raw milk roast beef apple cider salami and sometimes on vegetables fertilized with contaminated cow manure E coli must be swallowed to cause an infection This can happen if you eat or drink something that contains these germs and is not properly cooked or pasteurized The germs can be spread from person to person if someone who is infected does not thoroughly wash his or her hands with soap before preparing food for others There is no treatment E coli Antibiotics do not help and may even be harmful The most important things to remember are that the germs can only make you sick if you swallow them and the germs are killed by thoroughly washing your hands with soap and water Laryngitis is a minor inflammation of the larynx and surrounding tissues causing temporary hoarseness It is more common during epidemics of seasonal virus infections late fall winter and early spring Some symptoms include the following hoarseness or loss of voice sore throat sensation of a lump in the throat and tiredness The risk increases with exposure to mold pollen and polutants It also increased with extremely cold weather smoking excess alcohol consumption and recent respiratory illness such as bronchitis or pneumonia Ways to avoid it include restrain from yelling or straining your voice and treeat respiratory infections carefully If in fact you do happen to get laryngitis dont use
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