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  • Poison Ivy for Parents


    Most people get a reaction to poison ivy. Check out this article for tips on what to do and how to avoid poison ivy.

  • Poison Ivy for Teens


    Poison ivy can grow anywhere, from the woods to your backyard. This article for teens has tips on how to avoid the plant and what to do if you get a rash.

  • First Aid: Poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac for Parents


    Mild rashes from poison ivy, oak, and sumac plants can be treated at home. But severe and widespread rashes require medical treatment.

  • Poison Ivy for Kids


    Poison ivy can give you a nasty rash. Find out more about it - and the other plants that can make you itch - in this article for kids.

  • Summer Safety Center for Teens


    Want to avoid summer hazards so you can focus on the fun? This center offers tips for teens.

  • Parents' Printables - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Guides to injuries and illnesses.

  • Summer Safety Content List - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Before you round up your family and head for the beach, park, or the mountains this summer, read up on ways to make your days in the sun safe as well as fun.

  • Summer Safety - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Keep the fun in summer by keeping your child safe in the sun, the water, and the great outdoors.

  • Word! Rash for Kids


    A rash is when skin gets irritated — red, bumpy, scaly, blistered, or itchy. Lots of things can cause rashes.

  • Word! Dermatitis for Kids


    Dermatitis is an irritation or swelling of the skin - in other words, a skin rash.