(CNN) As warm weather sends people outdoors, some are encountering tenacious pests with no respect for social distance.
Forget staying 6 feet apart: Ticks go for blood in the hardest-to-reach places on the human body. Many of those ticks are infected with Lyme disease . The illness, which was first identified in Connecticut in the 1970s, is found in countries across the Northern Hemisphere. It’s the most common tick-borne disease in both the United States and Europe. And the area where Lyme dise…
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