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Whenever there is a deviation, we will always take precautions.
While that didn't seem to bother Scioscia, the Mariners appeared to take precautions because of it.
The warnings came as Cancer Research UK launched this year's SunSmart campaign to encourage people to take precautions against the sun's harmful rays.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- Women are more likely than men to take precautions against West Nile virus, according to a recent survey sponsored by RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) (R), which has been tracking West Nile virus as a public health threat since its arrival in the United States in 1999.
Residents in the mountains should take precautions now,'' according to the advisory.
Amid reports of anthrax sent through the mail in other parts of the nation, Mayor James Hahn said Monday that he issued a memo to all city workers to take precautions with any unusual envelopes and packages.
Even homes in a high-hazard area, if they take precautions, can survive brush fires,'' said Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Dennis Cross.