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As the spring and summer months arrive and outdoor activities increase for Hudson County families, so does the risk of getting poison ivy. How can you avoid poison ivy? How do you get this rash? What are the symptoms? How should poison ivy be treated?
Dr. Sunmee Kim of Tenafly Pediatrics explains what poison ivy is, what to look for, how the rash looks and some home care advice.
For more than 30 years, Tenafly Pediatrics has been committed to providing the finest in pediatric health care. These pediatricians are board-certified and received their education and training from some of the country's most renowned medical schools and pediatric residency programs.
Tenafly Pediatrics has offices conveniently located in Tenafly, Fort Lee, Clifton, Paramus, Oakland and Park Ridge, New Jersey.
For more information about Tenafly Pediatrics or to make an appointment, visit tenaflypediatrics.com.
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