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Carbon monoxide incidents increase during winter

Published 12/19/2012, Alexandria Echo Press

Carbon monoxide (CO) incidents increase by more than 10 percent during the winter months and are often called the silent killer. CO is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas and when inhaled, it enters the blood stream, preventing proper absorption of oxygen, which can lead to illness and even death.

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