Twice as large as a normal tick, these suckers are on the move.
More reasons to avoid becoming a blood meal.
Find out if it's coming to a neighborhood near you.
It's in at least eight states already, and no one is sure how long it's been here.
The treatment isn't toxic to us, but it still wouldn't work very well.
The tick's territory is spreading.
A woman diagnosed with Lyme disease and babesiosis talks about navigating treatments and more
Ticks spread more than just Lyme disease. Knowing risks and symptoms could help you get better diagnosis—and treatment.
Interviews with doctors suggest the Lone Star tick, and the allergy to sugars in red meat that it can cause,...
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