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Early spring brings out ticks ahead of schedule

19 May 2017

She added: "We wanted to thank the Crown Estate raising awareness of Lyme and tick-borne diseases".

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The West Milford Health Department, in conjunction with Chilton Medical Center, will be having a Lyme disease and Tick borne diseases panel on Thursday, June 8.Not only can a bite from a tick transmit Lyme disease but ticks carry other diseases as well. Lyme disease information is available at www.maine.gov/lyme, which also offers a link to the Maine Tracking Network, under "EPI Information", on left side of page. "I wish I had understood the symptoms earlier, I wish I had known how to protect myself".

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If you notice any symptoms it's best to go to the doctor.

Symptoms can include fever, headaches and muscle pain, plus the distinctive bullseye rash.

Robert Johnson, at Powdersville Family Practice says now is the time to take preventive measures, like wearing repellent, and checking for and removing ticks as soon as you see them.

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She says if you find a tick, use tweezers to pull it straight out and do not twist, squeeze or burn the insect.

The Twin Cities suburb of North Oaks is making a concentrated effort to combat ticks, after a study showed the community, with its spacious lots and woods, was prone to tick diseases. Lyme disease is treatable and most people recover completely with proper treatment.

"In our most recent survey 42 percent of the people surveyed sought care earlier than they would have in the past", Moore said.

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Early spring brings out ticks ahead of schedule