Climate Crisis

More Ticks in More Places

Increased development is bringing people into more contact with tick-friendly habitat. (istock)

University of Rhode Island professor and director of the Center for Vector-Borne Disease Tom Mather says we’re seeing more ticks in more places. But is the increase in tick populations and tick-borne disease related to climate change?

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