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Who got bit? By mailing in 16,000 ticks, citizen scientists help track disease exposures
5 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily
A bite from a disease-carrying tick can transmit a serious, potentially fatal infection, such as Lyme disease. But many ticks go unnoticed and unreported. Now, with the help of citizen scientists, ecologists are offering better insight into people's and animals' potential exposure to tick-borne diseases - not just the disease reporting and prevalence that's only tracked when people get sick.
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Have YOU got type A blood? You're more likely to be bitten by a tick
5 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers in the Czech Republic uncovered proof ticks, which can carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, may prefer type A blood. Supermodel Bella Hadid has often spoken about her battle with Lyme.
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The number of American teenagers who vape is increasing at an alarming rate, finds a new survey.
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School-based nutritional policies and programs can reduce body mass index and cut down obesity risk among students, reveals a new study.
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