In the Battle Against Lyme, the Ticks Are Winning

In the Battle Against Lyme, the Ticks Are Winning
CDC via AP

In the space of two generations, the natural landscape in many American states has been slowly transformed from a place of refuge and peace to one of peril and menace. Blacklegged ticks that transmit Lyme disease and other illnesses inhabit half of US counties, where they infect some 300,000 people yearly in grassy meadows, urban parks, backyards and many other places.

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