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Air Quality

Air Quality Data

Air Quality Data

Air Quality Data

Ambient air particulate matter and ozone.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

The information on this page of the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network focuses on Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the potential health effects.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Carbon monoxide is a highly toxic gas. You cannot see, smell, or taste it. It is produced and released whenever fuel or other materials are burned. The use of alternative sources of fuel or electricity for heating, cooling, or cooking can cause carbon monoxide to build up in a home, garage, or camper. Carbon monoxide is found in fumes given off by fuel burners. Those can be small gasoline engines, stoves, generators, lanterns, and gas ranges or by burning charcoal and wood.

Environmental Public Health Tracking - Fire and Smoke

Environmental Public Health Tracking - Fire and Smoke

Environmental Public Health Tracking - Fire and Smoke

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website is an overview of fire, smoke and your health. It provides information such as conditions and alerts, a data query, and several other tools and resources used to assess air quality.

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website focuses on Environmental Exposure, Indoor Air Quality, and Radon.

Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

The information on this page of the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network focuses on the health effects of seasonal allergies (details include signs and symptoms, prevention and treatment, and pollen counts).