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1) Ash Creek Animal Hospital Kristopher Hansen, owner and veterinarian at Ash Creek Animal Hospital, grew up in an animal house. His mother was always bringing new pets and strays home. Hansen can relate to the ever-growing ways that people connect...
Fox43 PhotojournalistMay is Lyme disease awareness month, and thousands across Pennsylvania are affected by the disease. If left undiagnosed it can create serious health problems for people which is both painful and expensive. Melissa Hilton has chronic Lyme disease....
The Baltimore SunAs if robocalls didn't have a bad enough reputation in the world of Baltimore media and politics thanks to consultant Julius Henson's activity in the last gubernatorial election, along comes WBFF (Channel 45) Monday night with its own questionable...
Lehigh Valley WildSpring 2012 is all about protecting yourself from ticks and other bugs. While most people opine there will be a larger tick population because of a warmer than usual winter, the simple truth is there will be more bloodsucking ticks and mosquitoes ready to...
HealthAfter nearly two years of unusual stiffness and pain, 12-year-old Taylor de Castro of Upper Saucon Township was diagnosed with oligoarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), which causes pain and swelling and affects joints such as knees, ankles,...
Staff WriterHARBOR SPRINGS — Record warm temperatures in March brought more than just sunshine. The unseasonably early spring has left many homeowners with unwanted house guests in the form of insects and nuisance wildlife. Pest control professionals across...
Daily American Sunday EditorThe mild winter may have kept people from digging out from under snowstorms for months, but it has also helped some potentially dangerous insects like ticks carrying Lyme Disease get a head start on finding ways onto human hosts or their pets. Local...
Contributing ColumnistIt is officially spring and my preparations and patience waiting for the snow and ice storms were not needed. I feel it is only remotely possible to have a winter-like storm now, so, I say let’s prepare for warmer weather. Because of the lack of...
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Biologists expect tick and mosquito populations to thrive this spring, largely because mild temperatures from last winter failed to kill off a large population of the disease-carrying pests. Technicians in Hampton are already finding mosquito larvae...
Wedding Day: June 9, 2012 Her story: Carly Mistovich, 28, grew up Glen Rock, Pennsylvania. Her father, Ken Mistovich, is vice president at L&L Supply Corp., a brick company. Her mother, Lisa Mistovich, is a server and bartender for several catering...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGREENE COUNTY, Mo -- A mild winter season could translate into more ticks and more bites this Spring. According to the Center's for Disease Control, cases of Lyme Disease has steadily risen in the last decade. The data suggests people in the Ozarks...
Health officials are urging West Virginians to be vigilant for ticks and protect themselves from the threat of Lyme disease as scientists warn that insect populations could swell after the warm, mild winter. West Virginia Public Broadcasting said the...
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