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    ... and redness. continue. Can I Prevent It? Poison ivy can grow anywhere —
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    ... after being bitten by one of two types of ticks — the American dog tick in the
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  • Dealing With Asthma Triggers

    ... Common irritants include: perfumes; aerosol sprays; cleaning products;
    tobacco and wood smoke; paint or gas fumes; air pollution. ...

  • Traveling and Asthma

    ... a room. Wood fires in the fireplace or woodstove also could be a
    problem for you. Tips for Traveling Alone. Without your ...

  • Safety Tips: Skateboarding

    ... wipeout. Asphalt, concrete, wood, and other common riding surfaces have
    one thing in common: none of them is soft. Helmets ...

  • 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 ...

  • Bug Bites and Stings

    ... Be aware that spiders might be hiding in undisturbed piles of wood,
    seldom-opened boxes, or corners behind furniture, and proceed with caution. ...

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