Knoxville News Sentinel reports that about a third of America’s adults have suffered from food illnesses like Salmonella, Botulism and E. coli at least once in their lives.

A national survey of 1,031 adults by Scripps Howard News Service and Ohio University found that among those who’ve gotten ill from something they ate, slightly more than half say they’ve contracted food illness more than once, a third say the illness was serious enough to cause them to visit a doctor and one in eight said they were hospitalized.

People who’ve experienced food-borne disease are much less trusting that their state and local health departments will keep them safe from contaminated foods than are people who’ve never gotten sick, the survey found.