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It may be slighter later than expected but spring finally seems to be upon us.
This year's tick season is predicted to be intense, and a single tick bite can transmit more than one illness.
A new tick-borne bacterium is on the move and infecting people across the country.
PORTLAND, Maine, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Spring is here as is tick season, which begins in April and lasts through November. As people and the country's 75 million dogs enjoy warmer temperatures, the dangers of tick-borne diseases threaten -- from the deep woods to urban parks.
Five years ago, large numbers of farmers in central China began falling victim to an mysterious disease marked by high fever, gastrointestinal disorder and an appalling mortality rate â€” as high as 30 percent in initial reports.
Veterinarians and industry experts concerned with the spread of tick-borne diseases announced today the results of a disturbing study that found tick populations are not only increasing in number, but also in reach across the United States.
- The practice of two or more parties jointly purchasing all or part of a butchered cow and dividing the meat between them.