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ticksickfamily
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From the BBC today :

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-16706942

The original research is published here :

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22257866

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17hens
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That's not good, is it. Well, if the UK becomes too dangerous, you're welcome to come here to PA. We'll keep you safe!

All kidding aside, it's a sad day when we don't want to go outside anymore or have a dog anymore.

I wish it were different for the people in the UK AND in PA.

Take care, friend, and thanks for sharing the articles. I'll add them to my collection.

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I guess we could all move to Antarctica. Then we wouldn't have to worry about Lyme anymore. We might get hypothermia. But at least that's a medical condition that Dr's believe and insurance will cover. [Wink]

I agree with 17hens. It is sad. I used to look at nature in awe. I wanted to spend as much time as possible outside. Now, I look at the grass that lines my sidewalk in fear, scared that a tick might jump on my teenage daughter (the only member of my family who is healthy).

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