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Alcohol poisoning

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Poisoning happens when you take into your body a substance that damages your cells and organs and injures your health. Alcohol poisoning results from drinking a toxic amount of alcohol, usually over a short amount of time (known as binge drinking).

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Carbon monoxide poisoning

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Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that has no smell or taste. Breathing it in can make you unwell, and it can kill if you're exposed to high levels. Every year there are around 25 deaths from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning in England and Wa...

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Lead Poisoning

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Lead poisoning is a preventable condition that results from environmental or occupational exposure to lead. This exposure can result in permanent health damage, especially among children.

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Poisoning

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Poisoning is when a person is exposed to a substance that can damage their health or put their life in danger.

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Snake bites

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A snake will sometimes bite in self-defence if disturbed or provoked. Some snakes are venomous and can inject venom (toxin) as they bite. A bite from a venomous snake is a medical emergency as they can be deadly if not treated quickly. ...

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