NEW YORK — Four in 10 Americans (42%) indicate they have become sick or ill over the past two years from what they attribute, at least in part, to something they ate, according to a new Harris Interactive poll of 2,010 adults surveyed online between Jan. 13 and 15. In addition, one-quarter (26%) of those who indicate they became sick from something they ate have eliminated that food from their diet entirely. Another 15% indicate that they advised family, friends and colleagues not to eat ...

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