Ticks stick — remove them safely

There are some frightening stories out there about ticks, including one in The Oregonian about Asian longhorned ticks, also called “clone ticks” because they can reproduce without mating. This year, longhorned ticks have killed five cows in North Carolina by draining them of blood. Native to Russia and Asia, where they have spread serious disease to humans, it’s still a mystery as to how or when they arrived in the U.S. So far, the longhorned ticks found in North America...

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