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The New York Times recently detailed the increase in tick populations across the US, with several cases being detailed in Southhampton, New York.

Lindsay Morris for NY Times

From the article:

“Tick-borne diseases are a very serious problem, and they’re on the rise,” said Rebecca Eisen, a research biologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“Even though you may live in an area where you didn’t have ticks in the past or your parents don’t remember having ticks, the distribution is changing,” she added. “More and more people are at risk.”

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TickSafe & The Mozzie Team