Weird Lyme Disease Symptoms & Tick Prevention

Summer begins this week, so it’s time to get the last of the tick information out. An issue that we have seen through the end of 2016 up to now is the mild winter and hot, humid spring. This is weather that tends to lead to heightened tick populations during the summer.

Many of us may have forgotten about or don’t know very much about Lyme disease because who really gets it? If you’ve been having odd symptoms that specialists just can’t figure out or if you are going to or live in tick-dense areas, read on┬áto make sure you don’t get Lyme disease this summer. Continue reading “Weird Lyme Disease Symptoms & Tick Prevention” »