- Ticks Are More Likely To Transmit Lyme Disease After Sucking Your Blood
- Turns out that Borrelia burgdorferi, the spiraled bacteria that causes lyme disease, goes through a number of changes as it's transmitted between tick and mammal, and even inside the host tick itself (depending on the tick's digestive cycle).
- Disease-Carrying Ticks Already Out and Active in Minnesota
- Blacklegged ticks are becoming more of a problem here in the Twin Cities metro. As a result, the number of reported cases of Lyme disease are on the rise. According to The Minnesota Department of Health, 252 cases were reported in 1996; that number ...
- Canada's Unemployment Rate Ticks Higher
- OTTAWA—Canada shed jobs in February and the unemployment ticked up to 7.3%, its highest level in nearly three years, as low oil prices continued to hurt the country's resource-dependent provinces. Canada lost a net 2,300 jobs in February, Statistics ...
- Copy-Early spring brings threat of ticks
- Our mild winter has given way to an early spring so people are spending time outdoors, but they may not realize that they need to check themselves for ticks.
- Time to Talk Ticks
- EAST STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) - With the warm weather fast approaching, it's time to say goodbye to cabin fever and hello to the outdoors. But with that comes checking for ticks and the diseases they can bring. Two-year-old ...
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