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WEMEDIA MOHIT
2021-01-11

Getting To Know Ticks And Tick Bites !

Ticks are part of the arachnid family, which also includes worms, spiders, and scorpions. Ticks stick to the skin of an animal and suck blood. There are hundreds of species of ticks around the world and they are found almost everywhere. There are two types of ticks that most people talk about and they are ticks and dogs.

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Deer ticks are about the size of a needle tip and are found in many parts of the United States. Lyme disease is one of the most common pathogens, especially in parts of New England and the Midwest. (Lyme disease gets its name from its origins - Lyme, Connecticut, New England.). The dog tick is common and can reach 3 inches in length. If you have a dog, you can see your dog sniffing his coat. Another disease that can cause this type of tick is Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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What a Tick Bite feels and look like ?

The person who has been bitten in the past usually does not feel anything and there may be some redness around the bite site. If you think you have been bitten by a mite, tell an adult immediately. Some ticks have diseases (such as Lyme disease or Rocky spot fever) that can spread to humans.

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How to avoid getting bitten by Ticks ?

Ticks like to spend time in the shrubby where they can be close to the ground to jump over animals or wildlife. When you walk through the woods, put on long sleeves and shorts and pull on your pants while socks. Pesticides can also help. Ask parents to refer people with 10% to 30% DEET. Dogs can still collect ticks on their good clothes, so ask an adult to give you a shampoo and give the dogs a run.

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