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  • Agriculture and Skin Cancer: What You Should Know
    Randy R. Weigel, University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service, January 2001

    Farmers and ranchers are at risk of getting skin cancer because they are exposed to excessive amounts of sun during their work activities. Sunburn and sunlight can damage skin, leading to skin cancer. Both too much sun, which results in sunburns and the . . .
  • Lyme Disease
    P. G. Koehler, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, April 1991

    The best prevention against Lyme disease is to avoid being bitten by ticks.
  • Stinging Or Venomous Insects and Related Pests
    P. G. Koehler and D. E. Short, University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, January 1996

    Millions of people in the United States are injured from venoms produced by insects and other arthropods each year.
  • Substance Abuse
    William J. Becker, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, November 1991

    The poisoning problem of the nineties is DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS. And it is not only a problem of accidental deaths; it is a problem of illnesses, crimes, and wasted lives. It is a problem for the home, community, school, church and workplace.
  • Taking Risks
    William J. Becker, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, November 1991

    Following is a short self-test to help you determine your safety versus your risk-behavior.
  • Venomous Snake Bite
    Palm Beach Herpetological Society, Florida Cooperative Extension Service

    7000 venomous snake bites are reported annually in the United States


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