SIZE MATTERS: Deer ticks -- vectors of Borrelia Burgdorferi -- are half the size of the common dog tick, which is not associated with Lyme disease.
Researchers studying disease prevention cover a lot of ground, whether they're crawling through the underbrush tracking infected ticks in the field or conducting large-scale...
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