The State Health Department is warning of increased tick-borne diseases in Missouri this year. Cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever are more than double the average. People can protect themselves from ticks by avoiding tall grassy areas, bushes and woods, and forest edges. If you find a tick embedded in your skin, you’re advised to remove the tick, using steady pressure. Do not burn the tick and do not handle it with bare hands.
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