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13 hrs ago | Milngavie Today
Walkers are being warned to watch out for tick bites that can cause Lyme disease while trekking the West Highland Way.
17 hrs ago | The Wellington Advertiser
The disease can be contracted through the bite of a tick, flea, mosquito, black fly, sand fly, deer fly, in vitro and can be sexually transmitted.
It was with sadness that I read of Walter Ashley's death , although all of us who knew him realized that his time was running out.
"Ticks will look at it like a rodent scurrying by and latch on to it," she said of the big white sheet she uses in forests and fields to ferret out the little bugs.
The Kent Branch of the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals received a stray adult dog covered in ticks recently.
Anyone who has ever gone cross-eyed trying to compare the chemical labels on insect repellants will be happy to know that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has begun a new program designed to make it easier for the consumer to figure out which product is the best choice.
The Brookline Department of Public Health on Tuesday issued a tick advisory, saying it has received several reports of ticks early this season.
They're vigilant about checking for ticks, especially since their son Luke contracted Lyme disease through a deer tick as a toddler.
COURTESY PHOTO Ticks are the culprit in spreading Lyme Disease, but a new vaccine could go a long way in preventing the illness.
In a wetlands area of Presque Isle State Park where phragmites once grew tall and thick, students found few samples of the invasive species that chokes out natural plants.
"Hello Dr. B, this is Dr. Ed from the ED. I wish you would help me with a case of hepatitis.
UBM Medica US announces that ConsultantLive , a leading online community for primary care clinicians offers a photo collection with authoritative guidance to help clinicians identify and treat victims of a variety of summer scourges.
"They're really good crawlers, and they're really stealthy. It's amazing how they can get into some places that you didn't even think that they could get to," said Michelle Rosen from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
This was an appeal by a doctor to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal of a decision by the Medical Board of Australia to take immediate action against him and place conditions on his registration.
The Washington County Public Health Department received three confirmed cases of Lyme disease in the county.
A summer walk in the woods is an excellent way to say goodbye to the blahs. But no matter how warm the temperature, make sure you leave the shorts and sandals at home.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 12:57 pm
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