Lyme Disease: Most Common Vector-Borne Disease in the US
Yesterday, I gave our dog, Bentley, a loving pat to the top of his head. I felt a tiny, raised bump. On further inspection, I discovered a tick beginning to embed itself into his skin. It reminded me tick season is upon us, and thus time to reissue our blog on Lyme disease.
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