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Lyme Disease May Be Mistaken For Covid-19: What Elkridge, MD Residents Should Know

If there was ever a year that people in Howard County were extra vigilant about any symptoms of a disease, it must be 2020. With Covid-19 in our midst, doctors advise that the best time to get treatment is when […]

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Why Tick Populations Are On The Rise In Falls Church, VA and How To Protect Yourself

One of the effects of climate change that we experience is higher temperatures and higher levels of precipitation. These two make for a suitable environment for tick population growth. Unfortunately, it’s something that the residents of Falls Church, VA have […]

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Could Weeds Resolve The Lyme Disease Problem In Herndon, VA?

Residents of Herndon, VA, and Northern Virginia often get away with mild winters compared to folks in the rest of the country. So families here get to enjoy lots more outdoor wintertime activities when people in other areas are cooped […]

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What Ticks and Art Have In Common for Residents of West River, MD

West River, MD is the birthplace of Joseph Galloway, first congressman, and eventual loyalist. He’s alleged to have married for financial gain. The faith conversion that allowed him to marry his wife is said to have boosted his political career.
The […]

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How Changes In Lyme Disease Guidelines May Affect Kids In Bethesda, MD

Bethesda, MD has featured in many movies and TV shows, like The Bourne Legacy, The Simpsons, The X-files, and The Pacifier. Beyond being the setting for fictional stories, it also plays a major role in the health scene. After all, […]

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Dr. Torres Discusses Tick-Borne Illnesses On The Today Show

This is a great video segment that the Today Show ran.  While it’s national in scope, it definately applies the Virginia and Maryland neighborhoods that we service.
The Today Show has been informing, sharing tips, entertaining and broadcasting news stories for […]

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University of Maryland Urges People To Send Ticks for Testing!

Spending time outside in the warmer months is an opportunity to become closer to nature. Venturing out on hikes, discovering new walking trails and enjoying the fresh air, are an excellent way to spend your free time. However, not all […]

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Were Ticks Intended To Be Used As Bioweapons?

Ticks can be deadly. They transmit disease and can cause serious illness or even death. However, there might be another dangerous factor to add into the equation. This week House lawmakers have made an amendment to the National Defense Authorization […]

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Asian Longhorned Tick Can Breed Alone

The Asian longhorned tick is a relatively new species of tick in the United States. At present, its population is relatively low here, however, that could change quite significantly because these little critters don’t even need to find a mate […]

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Take The Time To Be ‘Tick Safe’ This Summer

A bite from a tick is all too common these days. These tiny creatures have a tendency to utilize us as their food source and unfortunately, spread some pretty nasty diseases. If you’ve found a tick on your skin it […]

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