Urgent Care Providers Warn Workers on the Rashes Caused by Poison Ivy

Plants and flowers are in full bloom once again this time of year, marking warmer temperatures and better weather in the weeks to come. While most plants bring beauty to any place, those working outdoors everyday should watch out for those that may cause rashes. One particular plant everyone should be wary of is poison ivy.

Poison Ivy and Rashes

Poison ivy, which typically grows as a vine or shrub, is often found in open fields, on the roadside, or even along parks or backyards. The plant is characterized by its leaf arrangement, with leaves often clustered in groups of three. It may also have yellow or green flowers, while some have white or green-yellow berries.


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