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Tag Archives: tick prevention

What Can You Do For Lyme Disease Awareness Month

May 1st marks the start of Lyme Disease Awareness Month.  Lyme patients, activists and educators take action to spread awareness and information on how to prevent Lyme and tick-borne diseases.  There are a number of things you can do to […]

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Take Part in the Take A Bite out of Lyme Challenge

Are you ready for World Lyme Day? Are you even aware that it’s taking place? The sad thing is that there are many people out there that don’t know about this very special day in the calendar.  A day to […]

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Spring is the Start of Tick Season

Spring has sprung! There’s a great sense in the air of new life and nature. Colors are starting to become bright and beautiful, the weather is warming up and there’s more of a ‘spring’ in our step. But hold on […]

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Early Start to Tick Season

After a very wet winter with record rainfall and warmer temperatures, there’s been a noticeable increase of moisture in the air. This moisture is exactly what ticks need to thrive which means that ticks are ready to get active earlier […]

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Be Tick Aware!

2018 was a year of excessive rainfall in the Northeastern United States paired with warm temperatures. The impact of climate change has been increasingly evident over the last few years, changing the seasons, killing crops and harming a myriad of […]

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Tick Season Is NOW!

When does tick season actually start? You could be on the safe side with the attitude that tick season is 365 days a year. These disease spreading pests may not be so active in the winter time, but they are […]

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Spring Is Coming But Ticks Have Already Arrived

Spring is coming and with the nicer weather people are starting to spend more time outdoors. It’s such a great feeling when the warmer months are approaching. The sun is shining and there’s a sense of joy as we enjoy […]

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Asian Longhorned Tick Moves Across U.S

An increasing number of different species of tick are making their way across the United States. The latest is the Asian longhorned tick which was first discovered in New Jersey in 2017. Since then it has been rapidly making its […]

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Ticks Cause Alpha-Gal Allergy

A tick bite can carry harmful bacteria, making you vulnerable to some pretty horrible diseases and the risk of potential allergies. Our Q&A looks at how being bitten by a tick could result in you being put off of your […]

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Winter Warning Reminder That Ticks Are Still Active

We know we’ve posted a lot about ticks still being around in winter, but we feel it’s a subject that keeps needing to be addressed. Many people still think that when the weather is cold, the risk of tick bites […]

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