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    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="434"]Image of an adult male and adult female tick. The female is larger and about 7 mm from foot to foot. The male is about 6 mm wide from foot to foot. Some ticks that carry Lyme disease, and their size. Image by Dr. Pete Teel via Texas A&M AgriLife.[/caption] While I was in the Provincial Park Museum recently picking up some brochures for a family friend who was spending a week at our cabin, I came across a brochure on Lyme Disease. I grew up spending a lot of time at the cabin (not necessarily the outdoors) and have come across a proportional number of ticks—the critters that spread Lyme Disease—over the years. While I’


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