- Poison Ivy
... and redness. continue. Can I Prevent It? Poison ivy can grow anywhere
from the woods to your own backyard. And it's ...
- 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 always ...
- 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
... step outside, especially if you're sharing a room. Wood fires in the
fireplace or woodstove also could be a problem for you. ...
- 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. ...
- What's My Lyme Disease Risk?
What's My Lyme Disease Risk? ...
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