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Fairbanks :: AK :: USA | 2 days ago

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Many people think ticks can't live in Alaska but a state veterinarian says that's not the case. Some ticks, such as hare ticks, have always survived in the state, but non-native dog ticks have also been found in Alaska, raising concerns for dogs,

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Münster :: Germany | 11 months ago

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Ind. (AP) The prime season for tick bites is underway, and people in the region have the highest odds in the state of becoming a meal and contracting the illness Lyme disease. Maps from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , Indiana State

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Providence :: RI :: USA | over 1 year ago

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These are the teeny-tiny carriers of Lyme disease, an illness that can lead to symptoms ranging from nasty rashes to memory loss...In fact, he just might be the best deer tick collector in the country...Adult-sized deer ticks are thriving throughout

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Columbus :: OH :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Blacklegged ticks, a Lyme disease carrier rarely encountered in Ohio before 2010, increasingly are making themselves at home in the Buckeye state. Migrating from the east, populations of the tick now are thought to be established in at least 26

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Cincinnati :: OH :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Written by Filed Under Humans arent the only ones who can get sick from ticks. Todd Phillips, a veterinarian at Eastgate Animal Hospital in Clermont County, said he recently confirmed his first case ever of Rocky Mountain spotted fever...The American

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Newburgh :: NY :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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While Tri-State residents may have enjoyed the mild winter, the ticks apparently did too. The warmer weather has ticks out almost three months earlier than normal, said Larry Caplan, Extension Horticulture Educator for Vanderburgh County. Caplan said

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Hutchinson :: KS :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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MCT Regional News A mild winter and rising temperatures mean that ticks are crashing the party early this year. While you can't always avoid the pesky arachnids, you can take steps to remove them properly. According to the Centers for Disease Control

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Albany :: NY :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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A quick-thinking physician in Albany, N.Y., detected a tick that caused a 2-year-old girl to become partially paralyzed, hospital officials said. The mother of Jenna Tomlins said her daughter had become weak, lethargic, unable to walk and unable to

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Saskatoon :: Canada | almost 2 years ago

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The Ministry of Health is reminding Saskatchewan residents that with the warm weather comes the need to guard against ticks when spending time outdoors. Ticks are commonly found in wooded areas, tall grass and brush in rural and urban centres...The

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Columbus :: NM :: USA | 2 years ago

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As central Ohioans grab gardening gloves or hiking boots to take advantage of an unseasonably warm and early spring, health experts say they also should be reaching for something else: bug spray. The warm weather means insects, including ticks,

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