Health officials say tick-borne diseases rising
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota health officials urged residents to protect themselves against ticks after the number of tick-borne diseases rose to record levels in 2010.
The Minnesota Department of Health said Friday there was a significant increase in the number of anaplasmosis (an-ah-plas-MOH'-sis) cases last year.
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