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Can you be getting carbon monoxide poisoning while barbecueing?
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In brief: Usually not
Carbon monoxide results from combustion of organic matter with restricted oxygen supply.
Sources of carbon monoxide include cigarettes, faulty furnaces, heaters, vehicle exhaust, electrical generators, propane-fueled equipment such as portable stoves, and gasoline powered tools.

In brief: Usually not
Carbon monoxide results from combustion of organic matter with restricted oxygen supply.
Sources of carbon monoxide include cigarettes, faulty furnaces, heaters, vehicle exhaust, electrical generators, propane-fueled equipment such as portable stoves, and gasoline powered tools.
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