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    About 60% to 80% of all people get a reaction to poison ivy. If you're one of them, check out these tips on what to do and how to avoid poison ivy.

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    Here's steps to remove or minimize triggers at home that cause asthma flare-ups.

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is a disease caused by a bacteria that is carried by certain types of ticks. Learn about the signs and symptoms of RMSF and tips for preventing infection in this article.

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

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Corneal Abrasions

    A corneal abrasion happens when something cuts, scratches, or scrapes the cornea (the clear tissue covering the eye). Most will heal in a couple of days.

  • Dealing With Asthma Triggers

    Find out what can make your asthma worse, and what to do about it.

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    We all get worried or nervous about things. Here are 5 ways to control anxiety.

  • Safety Tips: Golf

    While it may seem silly to think of golf and danger in the same sentence, injuries can and do happen. To learn how to stay safe on the golf course, take a look at these safety tips.

  • Safety Tips: Skateboarding

    Skateboarding is undeniably cool, but it's also easy to get hurt. Keep it safe while skateboarding with these safety tips.

  • What's My Lyme Disease Risk?

    Is the thought of Lyme disease making you feel you'll be safer in the comfort of your room than the great outdoors? This info can help you know if you're at risk for Lyme disease.




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