Changeset 20698 in main


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06/04/20 17:04:04 (4 weeks ago)
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Paul Leo
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Adding June 2020 heat related illness as temps rise
Moved CO poisoning and Vaping to bottom of page

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    77        <CONTENT>
    8         <h3>Know How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning</h3>
    9                 <span class="Italicize">November 2019</span> - As temperatures continue to fall, the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center remind New Mexicans that they can prevent carbon monoxide poisoning by taking a few protection measures.
    10                 <br/><br/>
    11                 <div class="Indent">
    12                         <a href="https://nmhealth.org/news/all/">NMDOH News Alerts</a>
    13                         <br/>
    14                         <a ibis:href="health/poisonings/CarbonMonoxidePoisoning.html">Health Tips for Carbon Monoxide Prevention</a>
    15                 </div>
    16                 <br/>
    17         <h3>Vaping-Associated Lung Disease</h3>
    18                 <span class="Italicize">August 2019</span> - The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is investigating possible cases of lung disease that are associated with vaping. All cases under investigation have been hospitalized with severe breathing problems after vaping including cough, shortness of breath, and fatigue. NMDOH, other states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are still investigating the possible causes of these illnesses.
    19                 <br/><br/>
    20                 <div class="Indent">
    21                         <a href="https://nmhealth.org/news/all/">NMDOH News Alerts</a>
    22                 </div>
    23                 <br/>
    248        <h3>Health Risks on Hot Days and Extreme Heat</h3>
    259                The New Mexico Department of Health cautions New Mexicans and visitors to be aware of weather conditions to avoid heat-related illnesses such as heat stress which can have many signs and symptoms like dizziness, nausea, cramping, and weakness.
    2610                <br/><br/>
    2711                <ul class="Indent">
     12                        <li>
     13                                <span class="Italicize">June 2020</span> - Be mindful of heat-related illness and know the signs to look out for yourself and others as temperatures in most of the state have risen above 90 degrees, and southern New Mexico counties are experiencing extreme heat. 
     14                        </li>
    2815                        <li>
    2916                                <span class="Italicize">August 2019</span> - High temperatures in effect throughout the state and with extreme heat in the Southeast New Mexico.
     
    113100                </div>
    114101                <br/>
     102                <h3>Know How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning</h3>
     103                <span class="Italicize">November 2019</span> - As temperatures continue to fall, the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center remind New Mexicans that they can prevent carbon monoxide poisoning by taking a few protection measures.
     104                <br/><br/>
     105                <div class="Indent">
     106                        <a href="https://nmhealth.org/news/all/">NMDOH News Alerts</a>
     107                        <br/>
     108                        <a ibis:href="health/poisonings/CarbonMonoxidePoisoning.html">Health Tips for Carbon Monoxide Prevention</a>
     109                </div>
     110                <br/>
     111        <h3>Vaping-Associated Lung Disease</h3>
     112                <span class="Italicize">August 2019</span> - The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is investigating possible cases of lung disease that are associated with vaping. All cases under investigation have been hospitalized with severe breathing problems after vaping including cough, shortness of breath, and fatigue. NMDOH, other states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are still investigating the possible causes of these illnesses.
     113                <br/><br/>
     114                <div class="Indent">
     115                        <a href="https://nmhealth.org/news/all/">NMDOH News Alerts</a>
     116                </div>
     117                <br/>
    115118        </CONTENT>
    116119</HTML_CONTENT>
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