TickSmart Living Webinar

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In this webinar, Dr. Thomas Mather, Professor, University of Rhode Island, (aka “the tick guy”) talks about about ticks. Ticks that you do and don’t see as well as how to protect yourself, your family, and your pets are discussed. Part of the 2017 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series. The webinars are brought to you by the following eXtension Communities of Practice: Ant Pests, and Urban IPM; and by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Clemson Cooperative Extension and University of Georgia Extension.

TickSmart Living Webinar
TickSmart Living Webinar
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  1. Thank you for your information. However I am an advocate for those suffering from Lyme disease and have a problem with some of your statements. I want to let you know that the time frame for the tick to start transmitting the bacteria is questionable. A study done by Joseph Piesman states that a infected tick can transmit disease in as little as 6 hours after bitten. Also, most people do not see the classic bullseye circle when bitten and are still at risk for infection. I know of people who are extremely sick from a tick that was never even imbedded in their skin. It can take years to start to feel the results after a tick bite if you have a strong immune system. Some people take up to 20 years before they start to get sick. By then they are misdiagnosed with other auto immune diseases such as MS or Lupus or CFS, Fibromyalgia etc.

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    Stephanie Blaising May 11, 2017 at 2:19 pm

    I would like to hear more info regarding the other ticks that are known to transmit diseases and other areas in the U.S. that are affected.

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