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3 Ways to Keep Ticks Away from Your Home in Davidsonville, MD

While visiting Truxtun Park or any other park in Davidsonville, ticks may be a problem. Given the chance, these tiny parasites that live in shrubs and long grass will cling to your clothes and skin. Like vampires, they suck your […]

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Deale, MD: Fishing Fame not Tick Territory

Deale, MD is known for lots of things from being the spot for fishing aficionados to being a bedroom community to Annapolis and Washington and more recently, being the hometown of 6-time nominee country duo Brothers Osborne. One thing residents […]

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The Lone Star Tick is Travelling Up North, Affecting Residents Of Olney, MD

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Olney Boys and Girls Club, which offers training and sports recreation activities for the young people in the community. We applaud this non-profit organization and hope to see more youth come through […]

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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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How To Locate And Deal With Ticks In Your Clarksburg, MD Home

This week we celebrate Veteran’s Day. We honor active, retired and passed on military personnel who have given their time, energy, bodies and lives to keep us safe. No one is better suited to understand the benefit of peace and […]

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Tick-Borne Disease Research To Benefit The Residents Of Poolesville, MD

“Small-town character, down-home charm” is the motto of Poolesville, MD. No wonder a number of DC employees choose to make the commute back and forth between work in DC and home life in Poolesville.
The acres of sunflowers in McKee Beshers […]

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Possible Challenges To Effective Lyme Disease Treatment In Dickerson, MD

Hiking in Sugarloaf Mountain is a fun past time for residents of Dickerson, MD and for tourists too. If your pre-hiking chores include buying permethrin, wearing pants and tucking your socks in said pants it’s probably so that you can […]

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Should You Worry About The Asexual Asian Longhorned Tick If You Live In Gaithersburg, MD?

Unless you’re an entomologist, you’ve probably never heard of this particular type of tick in Gaithersburg, VA. It’s actually pretty new to the United States, having only been stateside for about two years. Let’s dig in (pun intended) to this […]

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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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