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  • Poison Ivy

    ... and redness. continue. Can I Prevent It? Poison ivy can grow anywhere —
    from the woods to your own backyard. And it's ...

  • Is It Normal to Have an Erection When Waking Up?

    Is It Normal to Have an Erection When Waking Up?

  • Asthma-Safe Homes

    ... The air in your house could contain irritants like tobacco or wood smoke,
    perfumes, aerosol sprays, cleaning products, and fumes from paint or ...

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    ... after being bitten by one of two types of ticks — the American dog tick in the
    eastern and central United States, and the Rocky Mountain wood tick in ...

  • Lyme Disease

    ... another person. But you can get it more than once from ticks that live on
    deer, in the woods, or travel on your pets. So continue ...

  • What's My Lyme Disease Risk?

    What's My Lyme Disease Risk? ...

  • 5 Ways to Deal With Anxiety

    ... You're not alone. Connect with nature. Heading out for a walk in the park or
    a hike in the woods can help anyone feel peaceful and grounded. ...

  • Corneal Abrasions

    ... cornea. This includes dust, sand, wood shavings, hay, sparks, bugs,
    pieces of paper, and even your own fingernail. You ...

  • Safety Tips: Golf

    ... that call for a shorter swing. Gradually work up to long irons and woods
    that require a full swing. This not only will help your ...

  • Why Am I in Such a Bad Mood?

    ... Create. Get involved in some sort of project, like starting a journal or diary,
    building something out of wood, or starting an art or music piece. ...

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