Title

Under Our Skin

Source

Down East

Date

10-2018

Pages

72-82

Abstract

Even when they're not on our bodies, ticks are getting into our heads. Will our burgeoning awareness of tick-borne illness alter our relationship to the Maine landscape?

Subjects

Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Powassan Virus, Lyn Snow, Lyme Disease, Griffin Dill, Encephalitis, Anaplasmosis, Dr. Sandra De Urioste-Stone, Risk, Behavioral Change, University of Maine School of Forest Resources, Acadia National Park, National Park Service, Survey, Recreation Habits, Pest Management Specialist, University of Maine Cooperative Extension Diagnostic and Research Laboratory, Pest Management, Diagnostics,Tick Id Lab, Chuck Lubelczyk, Deer Tick, Blacklegged Tick, Maine Medical Center Research Institute, Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve, Melissa Maker, Heidi Townsend, Darryl Townsend, Babesiosis, Permethrin, Angelica Barbour Gaudreau,Natural Remedies, Antibiotics, Lyme Disease and Vector-Borne Disease Laboratory, Disease Prevention

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