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Concern and awareness is growing about the health effects of exposures to environmental contaminants, including those found in food. Most primary care physicians lack knowledge and training in the clinical recognition and management of the health effects of environmental exposures. We have found that the use of a simple history-taking tool - the CH2OPD2 mnemonic (Community, Home, Hobbies, Occupation, Personal habits, Diet and Drugs) - can help physicians identify patients at risk of such healthpmid:12074124 pmcid:PMC113803 fatcat:xc4v7hydzjb6nogksl4frtxew4