By Diane Lee, Public Information Officer, Garrett County Health Department
After weeks of enduring frigid temperatures and snow, enjoying a warm and sunny day seems like a great opportunity to get out and take in some vitamin D. However, while we enjoy the early spring-like weather, ticks are eagerly in search of their next blood meal. Even in the middle of winter, if temperatures rise above freezing, ticks can become active and hunt for a host.
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