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Typically ticks begin to appear in late spring and early summer as warm weather sets in, but this year, cases of the annual pest were reported three to four weeks earlier than normal, said agents with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension...
Area outdoors people have been reporting an uptick in, well, ticks this spring. But pinning the blame on a mild winter for an upswing in numbers may not be a catch-all answer anymore. The upswing could be simply because of the tick's normal expansion...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelIt’s tick time again in Central Florida. The number of reported bites are ahead of last year at this time, the Seminole County Health Department is urging residents to take tick prevention measures when heading outdoors. Just since January the state...
Many of us were very pleased to cruise through this past winter without having to shovel snow, thaw out car door locks, spread salt or worry about someone falling on ice. However, it seems like there is always a price to pay for having it easy. In this...
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