You Won’t Be Happy To Hear That North Carolina Is Experiencing A Major Surge Of Ticks This Year

Tick season is upon is in the Tar Heel State – and you may not like the consequences of our milder than normal winter. After much of the state experienced only repeated brief periods of cold weather followed by some unseasonably warm temperatures, the ticks this year will be more prevalent than in most spring and summer seasons in North Carolina.

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To learn more about ticks, avoiding areas where ticks are prone to be found, and the signs and symptoms of disease after a tick bite, refer to this page of the official website of the CDC.