Tick

Read this if you plan on spending any time outdoors. Your body will thank you.
With Lyme disease on the rise, people need to take special care to avoid tick encounters amid the COVID-19 crisis.
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Symptoms include fever, loss of appetite, muscle aches and a general feeling of malaise. But while similar tick-borne illnesses
Richter and her colleagues took a closer look at the repulsive process. From the video and images, the team deduced that
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Two conditions are creating what may become the perfect storm for transmission of Lyme disease this spring.
The only known transporter of Lyme bacteria -- the deer tick -- goes through the most infectious stage of its life cycle in the summer.