If you’re like me, you’ll appreciate this, a close-up view of how a tick attaches to people. These images may just stick in your mind and spur you to check for ticks daily.
Do ticks live through winter? Research says yes! You can’t protect yourself 100%, but we need to do all we can to lower the odds of getting Lyme—or getting reinfected.
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