How to Avoid Lyme Disease
Megan Rowe, of the University of Virginia Health System, discusses the risk of tick-borne illnesses in the State of Virginia for the 2020 season. You may be outside even more than usual this summer, enjoying local parks and hiking trails. Although outdoor activities are great for de-stressing and exercise, they do come with a risk: tick-borne illness. But you don’t have to stay inside for tick bite prevention.
Understanding Risk and Prevention
Understanding your risk is important factor in prevention and treatment of tick-borne illnesses. To learn more about these diseases, what to look for, and how to prevent them read the UVA Health Blog.