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Fire Ants are Emerging Nuisance for Virginians

...u must be cautious when setting up for a picnic or mowing your lawn. What the fire ants really bring is a lifestyle change."...

Come Summer, Lawnmower Injuries Increase in US

...e-on mowers, even if with a parent. * If you are mowing and you see a child running toward you, turn off the mower immediately. Children can fall and slip into the blade, especially if the grass is wet. * Wear protective goggles and close-toed shoes when operating a mower or when near one. * Before mo...

April Showers Bring May Flowers – And Plenty of Pollen, To

...r Allergen Environment: ? Wear a pollen mask when mowing grass or house cleaning (most drugstores sell them). ? Change the air filters monthly in heating and air conditioning systems, and/or install an air purifier. ? Keep windows and doors closed during heavy pollen seasons. ? Rid your home of indoor p...

Limb amputations among Diabetics on a high

...resume his vigorous physical activities, including mowing his 5,000-square-foot lawn without pain. "Mr. Nelson's case shows that anyone, no matter how healthy, can suffer from arterial blockages in the legs," said Dr. Walker. "Loss of mobility is not always a condition of getting old. Many amputations can...

Lawn Mower injuries - children needs precaution

...or vacation, most of the children show interest in mowing the lawn. For any reasons like either to earn mone...on ride-on mowers. Always wear sturdy shoes while mowing – not sandals. Young children should be at a safe distance from the area you are mowing. Befor...

Lawn Mowing Injuries On The Rise

...een a nationwide increase in the incidence of lawn mowing injuries, reveals a new study conducted by researc...00 Americans seek treatment for injuries from lawn mowing which is regarded to be a weekly ritual for many Americans during summer months and spring. The re...

Nationwide Increase In Lawn Mowing Injuries

...the incidence of injuries as a consequence of lawn mowing //. Surprisingly, a study conducted by researchers...00 Americans seek treatment for injuries from lawn mowing which is regarded to be a weekly ritual for many Americans during summer months and spring. The r...

New treatment Found To Help Skin Cancer

... life in the sun. She says: “Tennis, gardening and mowing -- that sort of thing. [I am] just an outdoor person.” All that sun damaged her legs -- causing a skin condition called actinic keratoses. These thick and crusty lesions are a precursor to skin cancer. “This is an actinic keratosis that eventually ...

New treatment Found To Help Skin Cancer

... life in the sun. She says: “Tennis, gardening and mowing -- that sort of thing. [I am] just an outdoor person.” All that sun damaged her legs -- causing a skin condition called actinic keratoses. These thick and crusty lesions are a precursor to skin cancer. “This is an actinic keratosis that eventually ...

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