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Carbon Monoxide Warning Issued

She also says the gas can be fatal, often killing people in their sleep.

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Expert: Be Careful With Allergy Medicines [AUDIO]

A federal judge has ruled against an environmental group's challenge to an in-situ uranium mine that started production last month in Sweetwater County. A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Poison Control Center says this can be the worst time of year for allergies and people need to be careful with allergy medicines

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Poison Center: Be Careful With Allergy Meds

She says it's also important to know that some medications can impair your ability to drive safely or operate machinery.

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Poison Center Warns of Holiday Hazards

A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Poison Control Center reminds people that the holidays can bring an increase in the number of potential household health hazards, especially in homes with small children

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Officials Say Small Batteries a Safety Hazard [AUDIO]

Natural gas giant Encana Corp. stepped up an unusually public battle with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over water-contamination findings that threaten to fuel opposition to the industry's controversial drilling methods. Doug Randall has the details. A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Poison Control Center is warning parents to keep the small batteries used to power some holiday paraphernalia away from small children. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Gets Federal Education Grant (AUDIO)

The Wyoming Department of Education has received a federal grant to help train teachers on educating students who have sensory impairments or autism. Amy Richards has details. The Wyoming Poison Control Center is warning parents and teachers about gummi bears soaked in vodka. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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