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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/01/170103122259.htm

Seriously?

Anyone else suspect the CDC is trying to preemptively save face bc too many people and celebrities are gaining a voice regarding chronic Lyme? Or is it just "me"?

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OVER 30 YEARS TOO LATE! **&^%$$^*((^$#

Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!

It said... "Buttke also wants to make sure potential visitors know they shouldn't be scared to visit the parks..."

This is one of the reasons they didn't let employees and visitors know about the problem. Afraid they would chase people and their money away.

Many suffer now as a result.

CDC & I hate to say it NPS- PIGS!

Of course they want more money for more %&((&^%$# studies. That's what everyone wants and it is to tell us there are INFECTED TICKS THERE!

Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!!

Thanks for sharing this, me. It made my night.

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They got it wrong in KY were Mammoth Cave park is.

There are millions of these ticks there.

They carry around the trees that fall down ,there are so many of them.

The place is just crawling with the ticks.

Every animal there has at least 30 ticks on them there.

Do not hike any were near Mammoth Cave National Park!!!

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It also contains this gem:

"Tick-borne diseases are preventable and treatable," she said. "They are a serious public health problem, but the burden of chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and poor mental health is so much greater, and all have the potential to be improved by being active in the great outdoors."

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