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Risk of carbon monoxide poisoning rises in winter, Minnesota officials say


November 7, 2018

Minnesota officials warn that emergency visits for carbon monoxide poisoning drastically increase during the colder months when people use fuel-burning heaters more often. But most unintentional poisoning of the odorless, colorless gas could be prevented.

The danger period is now, when people begin to turn on their furnaces and other appliances as the temperature begins to dip.


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