Changeset 12341 in main

11/23/16 14:42:31 (6 years ago)
Paul Leo

Changes as per Barbara and Deyonne

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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/html_content/newsroom/newstrack/InTheNews.xml

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    55        <TITLE>In The News</TITLE>
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    629        <CONTENT>
    730                What is going on in the field of environmental public health? Check here to learn about
    831                exciting innovations in tracking environmental and health data, the implications of these,
    932                and successes in the field.<br/><br/>
    10                 Sometimes NM EPHT makes the news.  Come here to find out which outlets feature our program.
     33                Sometimes NM EPHT makes the news. Come here to find out which outlets feature our program.
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     35                        <TITLE>Consumer Product Safety Concerns: Portable Generators and Carbon Monoxide</TITLE>
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     37                                The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has determined preliminarily that there
     38                                may be an unreasonable risk of injury and death associated with portable generators.
     39                                To address this risk, the Commission proposes a rule that limits CO emissions from
     40                                operating portable generators. Learn more about this proposed rule at []. 
     41                                <br/><br/>
     42                                NM EPHT provides practical tips for preventing [ carbon monoxide poisoning] 
     43                                and [ searchable data]
     44                                about CO poisonings in New Mexico.
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     48                        <TITLE>Kidde Recalls Combination Smoke/CO Alarms Due to Alarm Failure</TITLE>
     49                        <CONTENT>
     50                                Do you have a carbon monoxide detector in your home? If, not you should get one.
     51                                If you do, check to see if it is one the recently recalled models from Kidde.
     52                                The recall is due to a malfunction in the alarm system when it reaches its
     53                                seven-year end-of-life. You can learn more about the recall here: []. 
     54                                <br/><br/>
     55                                One of the best ways to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning is to check your home
     56                                heating sources such as furnaces, water heaters, wood stoves, and portable heaters
     57                                for leaks, cracks and proper function every year. It is still important to replace
     58                                batteries annually in both the carbon monoxide and smoke detectors in your home and
     59                                replace detectors every few years based on the manufacturer
     60                                [ Learn more about preventing carbon monoxide poisoning.]
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