“Rabbit fever”could be deadly

Ticks are widely known to be extremely adept transmitters of disease, with public awareness of Lyme disease increasing exponentially over the course of the 21st century. However, it is also important to bring rare tick-borne diseases to the forefront, as proper...

eTick Monitoring Program Expands Reach

Currently, the range of many tick species are expanding in North America due to climate change and human alteration of the natural environment. Therefore, there is an increasing need for improved tick surveillance tools. The Public Health Agency of Canada has...

Ticks are Frequent Flyers

“birds are often overlooked in Lyme disease studies, but they may be playing a key role in its rapid expansion”

Irish eyes are not smiling

St. Patrick’s Day is on the horizon, and if you are weary of tick-borne diseases, lyme green may be on your mind. Government statistics note that there are at least 50 to 100 incidences of Lyme disease per year on the island. Poor awareness of the existence of the...

Awareness for rare disease

Rare Disease Day, celebrated on February 28th, seeks to unite those suffering from uncommon diseases and provide them with a supportive community to fall back on, led by a team of experts

Pecking away at Lyme disease

Although, one cannot totally rely on opossums or domestic fowl to fully rid our yards of ticks, it is nice to know that we can get help from the animal kingdom to reduce tick-borne diseases.

Nature’s Tick Magnets

North America’s only marsupial has a varied diet that includes frogs, worms, and conveniently, ticks that may carry Lyme disease and other tick-borne infections.

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