1. Billions of Lyme disease-carrying ticks on the march across England, experts warn  The Sun
  2. Watch out: there's a surge of ticks this year in Maryland  WJLA
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DISEASE-carrying ticks have bred in their billions in rural parts of Kent, Sussex and Essex. It means cases of debilitating Lyme disease are rising, the University of London team says. Infections shot up by 35 per cent between 2016 and 2017, with around 1,000 every year, according to Public Health England.A PLAGUE of ticks is on the march across England. They are booming in the South East where global warming is bringing lush bursts of spring vegetation, experts have found. Disease-carrying ticks ha…

Billions of Lyme disease-carrying ticks on the march across England, experts warn

The tick forecast for 2019 is above average, and you can thank higher temperatures than normal for that. Pests. org says the northeast region of the United States will receive more precipitation than usual, which also contributes to above average tick population. Ticks in the northeast region of the U. S. include deer tick, brown dog tick, American dog tick and lone star tick. Deer ticks are notorious for spreading Lyme disease.The tick forecast for 2019 is above average, and you can thank higher temperatures than normal for that. Pests. org says the northeast region of the United States will receive more precipitation than usual, which also contributes to above average tick population. Ticks in the northeast region of the U. S. include deer tick, brown dog tick, American dog tick and lone star tick. Deer ticks are notorious for spreading Lyme disease.

Watch out: there's a surge of ticks this year in Maryland | WJLA

“With Hamilton being deemed as a risk area for Lyme disease, it's important to be careful to protect yourself from ticks this spring and summer. #HamOnt https://t.co/GNAIZx8yHN”

Bob Bratina on Twitter: "With Hamilton being deemed as a risk area for Lyme disease, it's important to be careful to protect yourself from ticks this spring and summer. #HamOnt https://t.co/GNAIZx8yHN"

“Yikes!! Warmer weather means more ticks! Pennsylvania ranks as one of the highest reported with cases of Lyme Disease in the Country. Watch @fox43 to learn more about how you can reduce your chance of being bitten by a tick. https://t.co/c4uEQ44UCY”

Bryanna Gallagher on Twitter: "Yikes!! Warmer weather means more ticks! Pennsylvania ranks as one of the highest reported with cases of Lyme Disease in the Country. Watch @fox43 to learn more about how you can reduce your chance of being bitten by a tick. https://t.co/c4uEQ44UCY"

“LYME SCI: Help! I’ve been bitten by a tick. Now what? https://t.co/oLHeZgKLvN via @Lymenews”

Hugo Swire on Twitter: "LYME SCI: Help! I’ve been bitten by a tick. Now what? https://t.co/oLHeZgKLvN via @Lymenews"

“It's #Lymeawarenessmonth - this article shares some alarming new data about tick prevalence and the spread of lyme across Canada. https://t.co/L1e3CkDsOE”

Marilyn Gladu on Twitter: "It's #Lymeawarenessmonth - this article shares some alarming new data about tick prevalence and the spread of lyme across Canada. https://t.co/L1e3CkDsOE"