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Mosquito-borne diseases are illnesses spread by the bite of an infected mosquito.
Most people get a reaction to poison ivy. Check out this article for tips on what to do and how to avoid poison ivy.
Participation in sports can teach kids sportsmanship and discipline. But sports also carry the potential for injury. Here's how to protect your kids.
Teaching kids a few basic dog manners will help them enjoy safe encounters with Fido.
Baseball is by no means a dangerous sport. But it can present a very real risk of injuries from things like wild pitches, batted balls, and collisions in the field. These safety tips can help keep your kids safe on the diamond.
Basketball is fun - but it's also a contact sport, and injuries happen. To help your kids stay safe on the basketball court, take a look at these safety tips.
Spiders rarely bite people. When they do, it’s usually in self-defense because they’re being crushed by a human. Usually, their venom is not strong enough to hurt humans.
When a tick bites, the person won’t feel it happen. Always check your kids (and yourself) for ticks after spending time in the woods.
Boy, your child's freckles really stand out in the sun — yikes, that one is actually a tick! What should you do?