Springtime Means Tick Time! Learn to Protect Yourself
For Release: April 24, 2014
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, preliminary results from three different evaluation methods suggest that the number of people diagnosed with Lyme disease each year in the United States is around 300,000. Ticks are a growing problem across much of the nation. As you gear up to spend more time in the great outdoors, EPA has some important information for you about how to protect yourself from ticks.
Below are links to EPA’s blog from Assistant Administrator Jim Jones and Facebook and Twitter post for you to share with others through electronic mailing lists, Web and social media.
Check out EPA Assistant Administrator Jim Jones’ blog and learn:
- What can you do to protect yourself
- How to reduce the number of ticks on your property
- Where ticks are typically found
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