Diarrheal infections

Diarrheal infection is spread from person to person if someone who’s infected doesn’t wash their hands properly.

Diarrheal infections: The most common of these diseases are giardiasis, E. coli, hepatitis A, campylobacteriosis, salmonellosis, cryptosporidiosis, yersiniosis and shigellosis.

Diarrheal infections are spread from person to person if someone who’s infected doesn’t wash their hands properly after using the toilet. The infections can also be spread through eating food or drinking water contaminated with the germs.

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This item was last modified on October 24, 2017