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What are the 10 most poisonous plants in Idaho?

Written on June 6th, 2013 | 0 COMMENTS
Answer: The two most poisonous plants in Idaho are Water Hemlock(Cicuta douglasii), and Poisonous Hemlock (Conium maculatum). These are the two most poisonous plants in North America, and they are fairly common in Idaho. Poisonus Hemlock can be found around farmlands and brushlands. Water hemlock in damp areas and in low water swampy areas. After these two, it would probably be opinion which are next, as there ares several, but my candidates for the next eight would be: monks hood, death camas, baneberry, climbing nightshade, Larkspur, Western Poison Ivy, Spurge, and choke...

Summer Tips for a Healthy Heart

Written on May 23rd, 2013 | 0 COMMENTS
The arrival of spring and summer means days at the pool, family picnics, baseball and other outdoor activities. Here are some tips to keep your family physically active in the warmer months:

  • Hydrate! Drink plenty of water before, during and after physical activity to avoid dehydration. For low-calorie flavor, add slices of your favorite fruits such as melon, oranges, berries or even cucumber or mint to a pitcher of water and refrigerate for two hours.
  • Protect your family from the sun: wear wide-brimmed hats, always apply water-resistant sunscreen with at least...

Buzz! Buzz! Buzz!

Written on April 19th, 2013 | 0 COMMENTS
How to treat a bee sting:

When dealing with bee stings in children, remove the stinger as quickly as possible, so the venom has less time to do its dirty work. You’ll see it sticking up out of the skin (often there’s a little bit of the bee left behind too — yuck). Pull the stinger out with your fingers, or scrape it away with a credit card or other firm, flat item. It doesn’t matter which method you use — just act fast.

Gently wash the area with soap and water. ...

Toddler Allergies Versus Toddler Colds

Written on March 27th, 2013 | 0 COMMENTS
Your child’s runny nose hasn’t let up for weeks. His nagging cough makes him sound like an unhappy seal, and nothing you do can stop those tiny fingers from rubbing those teary eyes. A week ago, you were certain your suffering sweetie had a cold, but now you’re wondering, could it be an allergy?

What’s Behind Toddler Colds and Toddler Allergies It’s no surprise you can’t tell one from the other. Colds and allergies look a lot alike: Both can cause runny noses, sneezing, and coughing,...