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Ticks

People who live in areas of the country already known for ticks and Lyme Disease have a good idea what’s up when tick season begins; you need to start watching for bites, vague viral symptoms, and keeping your yard clear of wild animals and long grass. But ticks are spreading coast to coast, new viruses […]

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Winter wasn’t consistently cold enough this year to kill off ticks, so an average to above average tick season is expected (depending on where you live). Ticks are everywhere, and ticks carrying Lyme Disease specifically are in more than half of US counties. Other regions carry other tick diseases, some related to Lyme Disease, others […]

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Tick Infestation

August 15, 2018

The Asian Longhorned tick, which was in just two states at two farms a few months ago, is now spreading throughout the US. While the biggest tick threat is still our own domestic species, which carry Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and more, there’s still plenty to know about the Asian Longhorned tick. (AKA […]

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The last big report shared that over half of all US counties have Lyme Disease. Now, Quest Diagnostics has released data based on blood samples that it’s clear: all 50 states have Lyme Disease (and, logically, the ticks that carry it). Many of these regions aren’t aware. Patients aren’t aware to check for ticks or […]

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Communities everywhere are issuing warnings: there’s a tick-boom this year, and with that comes more tick borne illness. (And more need for immune support from colloidal silver). It’s not just Lyme Disease. Serious cases of things like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever are also turning up—and you don’t even have to leave your own backyard to […]

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