FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Chance and the Ticks
Chance did a great job posing for me amongst the daisies. I even managed to catch him before he went for a dip in his pool. It is a good thing I like the smell of a wet dog. Last week C... Posted on 6/16/11 at 6:08 AM
The number of Minnesotans who became ill from tick-borne diseases jumped to record levels in 2010, including a dramatic increase in human anaplasmosis, state health officials report. As this year's tick season arrived, they urged Minnesotans to increase their efforts to protect themselves from ticks.
Bites from blacklegged ticks (also called deer ticks) led to a record number of tick-borne disease cases in Minnesota during 2007, say state health officials. Blacklegged ticks carry Lyme disease, human anaplasmosis, and babesiosis, three illnesses that can all lead to serious complications.
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