Tick diseases rise sharply in Minnesota May 6, 2011 Minnesota






Tick diseases rise sharply in Minnesota May 6, 2011 Minnesota Lyme Disease Duluth News Tribune

The Northland is a hotbed of ticks and tick-borne diseases, especially deer or black-legged ticks, thanks to the region's burgeoning deer population. In Carlton, Aitkin, Beltrami, Cass, Crow Wing and Hubbard counties, where tick-borne diseases are ... A prominent research scientist writes:: the data does not support the notion that tick numbers and Lyme disease risk are strongly correlated with deer numbers, and the data do not suggest that if you manage deer by hunting, you’ll reduce the number of Lyme cases.” Buy the book on Amazon: Lyme Disease: The Ecology of a Complex System


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