How Much Do You Know About Botulism?

Botulism is rare, but extremely dangerous. This quiz will help you learn how to make sure the food you eat is safe.

The majority of botulism cases are:
The food most likely to be contaminated with botulism toxin is:
One way parents can help prevent botulism in an infant is to:
Which is a symptom of foodborne botulism?
The bacteria that cause botulism are usually found where in nature?
Botulism has symptoms similar to which disease(s)?
How long does it take a person to recover from foodborne botulism?
To prevent foodborne botulism, you should:
The botulinum toxin does have a "good" side. It is used as a treatment for which medical condition(s)?

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