Ethiopia is the only country in the world where food poisoning treatment is available.
But that doesn’t mean that the country is immune to outbreaks.
Food poisoning is an emerging problem in Ethiopia, which suffers from poor nutrition and is in the midst of a severe drought.
It’s also the birthplace of the world’s most popular and famous cheese.
What’s the most important thing you know about this food poisoning?
There’s a good chance that you have some food poisoning symptoms.
And it can be really difficult to diagnose food poisoning without a laboratory test.
For example, it’s very difficult to detect food poisoning in children because they don’t have a test for it.
You can’t look for a food allergy with a food poisoning test.
And so that means you’re going to need to be really careful about what you’re eating, what you’ve been eating.
If you’re pregnant, it can cause miscarriage.
If there’s a family history of food poisoning, it could cause severe illness for the child.
And there’s also a risk of serious illness for people who are older, and people who may be in the public eye.
If it’s your first time eating in the country, it may be a good idea to seek medical help.
It could also be a very scary time.
What are the symptoms of food and how do you know if it’s food poisoning or not?
The symptoms of a food or food poisoning are usually mild.
If someone says, “I have diarrhea, my stomach hurts,” that means that you may have food poisoning.
If they’re very pale or they’re weak or they just feel very ill, that could be food poisoning too.
You may feel nauseous or tired.
You might also have a cough.
The symptoms can vary depending on what kind of food you’ve eaten and how much of it you’ve consumed.
But the worst thing is, the symptoms usually disappear within a few hours.
So it could be a couple of days or weeks before you start feeling better.
What can you do if you think you have food or drug poisoning?
You should immediately get tested.
And if you have a family member or a friend who has been affected by food poisoning you should get medical help too.
And don’t go outside without a mask.
You should wear one to cover your nose, mouth, mouth and eyes.
And just to make sure you’re protected from any potential contamination, you should take all of your clothing off, including underwear, shoes and socks.
And you should also make sure that you wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
And then you should always keep your mouth covered with a cloth or a mask, because there’s potential for food or drugs to be ingested through that.
And remember that it’s a risk to everyone who is eating or has food or has a family that has food poisoning because there are so many different kinds of foods and they can be contaminated in different ways.
What should I do if I think I’ve been exposed to food or have been drinking?
There are so few things that can happen to people who have food and have been exposed.
So if you’ve had a meal and you think that something is wrong with your mouth or your tongue, you’re not likely to develop a food and drug allergy or a food intolerance.
So you should check with your doctor.
And again, you’ll want to be very careful, and then if you need help, you can reach out to your doctor or your family member, who can also reach out and get you tested.
If that’s not possible, you need immediate medical attention.
If your symptoms are mild or if you haven’t had any problems with food or drink before, you may want to see your doctor and have an in-person visit.
But you can also call the National Food and Drug Administration (NFFSA) at 1-800-336-4544.
Is there anything else I should know about?
The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) has published a lot of information on the Food Poisoning in Ethiopia website.
And one of the things that they have done is set up an online portal for food poisoning information.
So there are many different types of food or medical conditions that can be caused by food.
But there are also a lot more things that people need to understand about food and what can be found in the food that you’re getting.
The Food Poisoned in Ethiopia page is available in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and other countries.
The NFFSA has a similar website for food allergy.
But I’m not sure that the NFFSA is posting the information on its website.
Do I have to go to an emergency room?
If you’ve got a foodborne illness, and you have symptoms, you have to seek immediate medical help if you are feeling ill.
If symptoms are very mild, you won’t have to be hospitalized, but you should call the emergency room if you can’t