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Poison oak

poison oak

poison oak is a form of contact dermatitis or inflammation of the skin resulting from chemicals produced from the poison oak plant contacting the skin. The chemicals cause an immune reaction producing redness, itching and blistering of the skin.


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... ended up with and a long staircase to the front door. I was pulling up poison oak from the surrounding area. I have had poison oak so many times but this time was different. ...

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... I decided to build a cool tree house for the kids. I was digging up the poison oak from the surrounding area. I used gloves but was wearing shorts. I was trying to get them ...

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... inhibitor. The water sample was taken directly from the Clinch River, Oak Ridge, Tenn. and analyzed "as is." A Walz XE-PAM pulse-amplitude-modulation ... illustration of the detection of potassium cyanide (KCN), a well known poison. The experimental protocol was similar to that of Example ...

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