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Ticks are spreading (often on migratory birds) and so Lyme Disease is spreading. Michigan is a state that has seen Lyme Disease cases go from single to triple digits this year, and vets are asking dog owners: watch for Lyme Disease symptoms. Lyme Disease isn’t so different in dogs as it is in humans, but […]

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Hot and humid—it’s the perfect recipe for a surge in ticks, and many areas are issuing warnings and reminders. With tick season already booming in many areas following a mild winter, this hot, humid summer weather is making things worse. So stay on top of tick season, and keep supporting your immune system with colloidal […]

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With tick bites on the rise and Lyme Disease spreading west, it’s important to talk about aspects of the disease other than prevention, like Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS). Formerly known as Chronic Lyme Disease, researchers are trying to figure out how to combat PTLDS, which affects 10% of Lyme Disease patients. One lead? Fighting […]

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Get Ticks Checked

June 17, 2019

Hopefully, you’re already doing a tick check after you spend time outdoors. What happens if you find a tick bite? You should send it in, and if you live in Pennsylvania (which has the highest number of Lyme Disease cases nationally) you can get it tested for free. If you find a tick bite, your […]

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It’s not just tick season, it’s tiny tick season. It’s important to subdivide tick season to reflect the stages ticks go through, so everyone knows what to check for: and right now, they’re tiny! The size of a poppy seed, early season ticks can resemble a mole, dirt, or just go overlooked entirely. While people […]

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