Poison Center & Public Health Collaboration Community of Practice (CoP) newsletter ; September 2022
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Poison Center & Public Health Collaboration Community of Practice (CoP) newsletter ; September 2022

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      limate Change and Toxic Exposures
    • Description:
      The featured topic for the September 2022 edition of the PCPHCoP newsletter is Climate Change and Toxic Exposures. Climate change has devastating effects on the global environment. These environmental effects are already impacting human health in many ways; and as climate change progresses, the impact will only rise. Such effects of climate change have increased the potential risk for human exposure to a variety of different hazardous substances.

      This newsletter will focus on a few of the environmental effects of climate change and their potential exposure risks. The National Poison Data System (NPDS) has codes for many of the substances referenced in this newsletter. Thus, there is opportunity to increase the use of the

      nation’s 55 poison control centers (poison centers) and their data for monitoring, identifying, and preventing climate change–related exposures, currently and in the future.


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      Letter From the Editor -- Impact of Climate Change -- Climate Change and Toxic Exposures: Extreme Weather; Air Quality; Changing Habitats -- Poison Centers, NPDS, and Climate Change -- Additional Resources -- References .
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