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Gardeners may be at risk for tetanus


May 29, 2008
By Amanda Ryder


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tetanusGardeners may be at risk for tetanus
Gardening is meant to be soothing – not life-threatening. But what many gardeners may not know is that tetanus bacteria occurs
naturally in soil, compost or packaged potting mixtures. 

tetanusGardening is meant to be soothing – not life-threatening. But what many gardeners may not know is that tetanus bacteria occurs
naturally in soil, compost or packaged potting mixtures. And if you
haven't had a tetanus booster in the past 10 years, you could be at
risk. | READ MORE

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