Tick- in­duced Al­ler­gies Re­search and Aware­ness Cen­tre

Monthly Chronicle - - Health & Well-being -

It’s the time of year again when the weather starts to warm up, we spend more time out­doors - and sud­denly ticks are on peo­ple’s minds and bod­ies again. While for some peo­ple a tick bite poses no prob­lem, for oth­ers they can be highly toxic or even life-threat­en­ing events.

The most com­mon med­i­cal prob­lems caused by ticks are al­ler­gic re­ac­tions - large swellings at the site of the bite. Ana­phy­laxis to ticks (life-threat­en­ing al­ler­gic re­ac­tions trig­gered im­me­di­ately

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