ATLANTA — An outbreak of antibiotic resistant Salmonella has infected 77 people and caused one death, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Although the exact source of the outbreak hasn't been confirmed, investigators believe the outbreak may be linked to ground turkey. The illnesses are spread across 26 states with the highest number of reported cases, 10, in Michigan and Ohio. Since it often takes two to three days for a person to get sick after eating ...

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