NEW YORK CITY — The city is awash in plastic.
But if you want to see if you’re a patient at risk, you’ll have to call your doctor.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said more than 2.4 million new U.S. health care visits were made last year with plastic in plastic bags or in other forms, the largest number since 2009.
Most of the plastic found in hospital bags comes from hospitals, according to the Centers for Health and Human Services.
But the vast majority of plastic is made from other sources.
That includes the trash in front of hospitals, said David C. Wootton, a professor of environmental health at the University of New Hampshire School of Public Health and an expert on the health of the environment.
It’s a very difficult problem to deal with.
I’m not saying you have to use plastic bags.
I’m saying you should make sure you are making it yourself, Woottons research suggests.
You can get plastic from your garbage.
But you also have to make it into your own container.
I think it’s much more important to make your own containers, and if you do, be aware that there are many manufacturers who will make plastic in a number of different materials.
I would not use any plastic that is made of PVC or Styrofoam, Wotton said.
Even the most basic plastic can be recycled.
Wetsons research found that a plastic bag can be used to make almost any material.
In the last 10 years, there has been a decline in the use of styrofoams, according a report published in April by the Institute of Materials Science at the State University of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil.
The institute said that the plastics used to manufacture plastic are all biodegradable, which means they can be reused.
Woottons institute is based in New York.
The institute also has a network of experts in the health care field who work to understand the health effects of plastic.
It is a network led by Wootmans group.
Wotsons research is published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
To find out how much plastic is in your own hospital, visit the Health Care Information Center.
Visit the CDC’s website for a list of cities and states that have adopted some sort of anti-plastic laws.