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Tag Archives: tick borne diseases

What You Didn’t Know About Ticks and Mental Health in Lovettsville, VA

There’s a lot more to ticks than meets the eye. These millimeter-sized bugs come with huge problems. Quite certainly, you won’t miss that irritating itch and the resulting rash. However, various species carry different kinds of infections. Some of them […]

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A Tick-Related Disease Glenelg, MD Residents Should Be Wary Of

You would think that the 2-year life cycle of a tick limits its chances of causing harm. Unfortunately, this is not the case. A single female tick can lay up to 10,000 eggs. Moreover, it is during the nymph stage […]

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Why Increasing Tick Awareness In Highland, MD Is A Good Idea

In a world where good health seems to be elusive, it is important to keep yourself out of harm’s way. Unfortunately, there are lots of pathogens all over Howard County. In fact, if you were told just how many health […]

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A Heads-Up For Bristow, VA Residents: It’s Tick Season

The environment is full of bugs and microscopic organisms. Their presence creates an ecological balance which is important for all living beings. Just like Mufasa told Simba in The Lion King, they are all part of “the great circle of […]

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Don’t Let Deer Ticks in Clifton, VA Tick You Off   

Did you know that deer ticks are prevalent all over the Eastern US? Or that adult deer ticks are always looking for a potential host all year round (including winter if the temperature is anything higher than freezing)? Are you […]

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Night, Night! Don’t Get A Tick Bite!

If you are reading this just before you head off to bed, you might want to reconsider, because this post has the potential to give you nightmares. Instead of those things that go ‘bump’ in the night, what about those […]

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Tick Control in Towns and Cities

You may think that you are only exposed to ticks if you venture into the outdoors. Into the habitats that they are known to hide out in, waiting to latch on to their next meal. Of course, you’re right that […]

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