Fall leaves, muddy trails, and damp, thick brush attract little bugs that create a big nuisance. They are ticks. And these days they’re more prevalent in Northern New York and Eastern Ontario. Deer ticks can carry Lyme disease, and for many folks, the disease is detrimental. But for one Canadian biologist, he and a team of researchers found a way to determine the danger right in the field. WPBS producer, Eric Cleary, has more.
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