Hurricane power outages may increase risk of carbon monoxide poisoning

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(Reuters Health) – Homeowners in North Carolina and South Carolina who lost electricity in the wake of Hurricane Florence need to realize that backup generators and other temporary power sources can cause carbon monoxide poisoning, scientists warn.

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