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Health and Safety » Diseases

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  • MF2806
    MF2806
    Oak Leaf Itch Mite

    The oak leaf itch mite, Pyemotes herfsi, is a tiny mite that can cause itchy painful bites in humans. Occasional outbreaks of itching bites have been reported in Midwestern communities, with the most recent in the fall of 2014 in northeast Kansas. Information on mite identification, life cycle, and behavior, with tips for bite prevention and treatment. 2 page, b/w.

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  • MF3155
    MF3155
    Action Plan for Managing Obesity: Fact Sheet

    Many environmental and behavioral factors create challenges to achieving a healthy weight. Understanding ways to eat healthfully, engage in regular physical activity, and manage stress can help. Manage obesity by developing a plan to make good nutritional and fitness choices that you will stick with for the long term. 4-page, color.

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  • MF3156
    MF3156
    Action Plan for Managing Obesity, Leader's Guide

    Includes presentation tips, suggestions for learner activities, and an action plan form. 4-page, b/w.

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  • MF2897
    MF2897
    Kansans Optimizing Health Postcard

    For people with ongoing health issues, their family members and caregivers. Deal with problems, using communication, medication, exercise, and diet. Printed in packets of 10 postcards.

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  • MF2571
    MF2571
    Mosquitoes and West Nile Virus

    The female mosquito feeds on blood of an infected bird. Horses and people are infected by a bite from an infected mosquito. Less than 1 percent of people infected develop severe illness. Most mosquito bites do not lead to WNV infection. WNV cannot be transmitted from person-to-person or animal-to-person. 8 p.

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