Harsh winter does little to ease Lyme disease woes
In northern New England, the increase in cases of Lyme correlates with a growing population of deer ticks, which transmit the disease, state epidemiologist Stephen Sears said.
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#1 May 12, 2014
You would think that we in New England could at least get one benefit from a difficult winter. Damn ticks!
#2 Jun 24, 2014
You do realize that it has shut down because we are not letting them post away. They are stuck between a rock and a hard place. We should takw a step back and see what happens there. In the meantime relax.
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