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 Deer tick bite...?

Answer It means your father was bitten by the species of tick that carries lymes disease. Has he removed the tick? Does he know how long the tick was on/into him before he discovered it? Is the red ras... Read More »
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How to Treat a Deer Tick Bite?

Deer ticks, unlike other types of ticks, carry Lyme disease, a disease that causes flu-like symptoms, fatigue, joint pain, and can evolve into a condition that causes permanent heart damage and neu... Read More »
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Tick bite?

Most tick bites are nothing to worry about. The majority of ticks you may see around your home or yard are sand ticks. Sand ticks don't carry lyme disease, which is really the only thing to worry... Read More »
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How to Remove a Deer Tick?

Deer ticks tend to be found in wooded areas. Although not all ticks transmit disease, some carry bacteria that can be transmitted to humans and lead to Lyme disease. According to the Lyme Disease F... Read More »
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How to Identify a Deer Tick?

Ticks are parasites that require blood meals to transition through their different developmental stages. Tick larvae feed and develop into nymphs, or juvenile ticks, and then mature into adult tick... Read More »
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