The North Carolina Pesticide Incident Surveillance Program, a program within the NC Division of Public Health, monitors the frequency of acute pesticide poisonings in the state and requires health providers to report confirmed or suspicious cases to them. Like many illnesses linked to environmental exposures, however, pesticide poisonings are commonly under diagnosed due in large part to barriers in seeking care and lack of recognition. Learn more about screening for and diagnosis of pesticide poisoning here.
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