3/19/2012

A milder-than-normal winter has left owners and their companion animals at increased risk for interactions with ticks, including in non-forested areas. "It’s not that the warm weather has created more ticks," said entomologist Richard Pollack of the Harvard School of Public Health, "but it has created the opportunity for both humans and ticks to be more active and to make contact with each other."

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