No More Itchin' And A Scratchin' When Poison Ivy Comes Around?
Poison ivy may not be a hazard of summer much longer. At the University of Mississippi, researchers have developed a once-a-year treatment that could prevent or reduce the allergic reaction to poison ivy, poison oak, and sumac. For those not protected, a single dose might diminish the symptoms when a rash appears.
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