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If you are not ready to take the Poison Ivy Quiz, learn more about poison ivy by reading some of the articles below:

Poison Ivy Resources:

  • Poison Ivy
    Review the symptoms and treatments for poison ivy in children. Plus learn how to identify and avoid poison ivy, so that your kids don't get the poison ivy rash in the first place.

  • Poison Ivy Pictures
    Review pictures of poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac, so that you can identify and avoid them, and see what kind of rashes that poison ivy can cause.

  • Poison Ivy Myths and Facts
    Review common myths and facts about poison ivy and learn whether or not poison ivy is contagious or if some people are immune to poison ivy.

  • Question: Is this Poison Ivy?
    Take our poll and decide whether or not you think the plant in this picture is poison ivy.

  • Poison Ivy Symptoms
    Review the symptoms of poison ivy, which typically includes an intensely itchy rash with red bumps and blisters that forms after exposure to poison ivy, poison sumac, or poison oak.

  • Identifying Poison Ivy
    A nice picture of a poison ivy plant which demonstrates a lot of things you should look for to help you identify and avoid poison ivy.

  • Poison Ivy Adam Health Encylopedia
    Poison ivy, oak, and sumac are plants that commonly cause an allergic skin reaction. The result is typically an itching, red rash with bumps or blisters. Learn about the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of poison ivy rashes.

  • Poison Ivy Plants
    Pictures of poison ivy plants to help you in identification -- whether for the purpose of killing poison ivy plants or just avoiding them. Learn how to kill poison ivy plants.. Relatives of poison ivy plants are also considered.

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