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One of the most common health risks outdoors is contact with poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac. Many people get an itchy rash if they touch these plants—or if they touch clothes or tools that touched the plants. The rash may swell and get bumpy and blister, and possibly ooze or scab.

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