You love to go out to eat. It’s a great experience for your family, friends and you. You set aside a few bucks or hundreds of dollars to splurge on appetizers, drinks and entrees. When your meal is great, you love to share it with the world.You post photos of your meal and your group of friends at the restaurant on social media sites like Facebook and Instagram. Better yet, you get to cherish those memories for years to come.Which is why it’s so disappointing when your meal goes bad. By “bad,” we mean stomach-churning bad, where you end up with a painful stomach ache or a debilitating bout of diarrhea and vomiting that could land you in the hospital.Posting that on social media may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re sitting in a hospital bed or you’re taking a sick day from work. Yet, sharing your experience with others could save many people the discomfort you’re experiencing or perhaps save their lives.
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