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Protecting Yourself From Ticks

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Warmer weather means spending more time outdoors, and in many areas that can mean increased exposure to ticks with the prime season being now through September.
Dr. Michael White, professor and head of the department of pharmacy practice at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy offers help and facts you need to know if you are exposed.
In this clip he shares what ticks are and what they do to our bodies, the first thing you should do if you see that you, your loved one, or pet has a tick, and how you can avoid them in the first place.

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