Warm winter may lead to greater Lyme disease threat

04/8/2010 | Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, Mass.), The

Warmer temperatures and a lack of serious tick-killing snow over the winter are likely to lead to a larger population bearing Lyme disease this year, a New Hampshire entomologist says. Towns are starting to combat the tick populations, which will peak in June and July.

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