fleas vs ticks
When you first come in contact with fleas and ticks, they are usually very tiny. They will be the last things you see as you approach your home and they are very effective at luring you into their home, making your decision to do something about it, and then their mission complete.
Ticks are much larger and much more aggressive than their furry cousins, and they can be hard to see when you are just a few feet away from them. Fleas though are much, much smaller, and can be spotted by a simple movement of the eye. They are also attracted to the water, so it is possible to find blood-sucking insects in the shower.
Fleas can kill up to 25,000 people every year, and they can be deadly to pets as well. Ticks have been known to kill dogs and other animals. The same is true for people. When you are trying to kill a tick, you can either rub the tick against your skin or apply a topical product containing quinine.
The tick has the advantage of being very fast and easy to find. If you kill a tick once, it will return for another kill. However, if you kill a tick several times, it’s possible it will bite you.
I am not sure if this is true, but the tick is the most common parasite that is carried by humans. People who live in areas where ticks are prevalent are less likely to have Lyme disease. Tick bites can be deadly, and people who carry ticks in their bodies are much more likely to get Lyme disease. So if you have tick bites, it is best to get it treated as soon as possible.
If you have Lyme Disease, you would think that the fact that you have ticks in you wouldn’t matter to you. However, the fact that you have ticks in your body makes your Lyme disease spread faster. It can be cured by having a tick blood test done. The ticks are actually living in your body when they bite you because they are the only thing that can eat your blood.
Yes, I know that many of us think that Lyme disease is caused by a bacterial infection, something we get when our antibodies don’t work as well as we’d like. Also, I know that many people who have Lyme disease (and we are talking about many people) think that they have a bacterial infection from a bad tick bite. That’s not true. The bacteria in your blood come from a few different sources.
However, there is a small percentage of people who suffer from Lyme disease. These people have a very specific infection called the Borrelia burgdorferi spirochete. The spirochete is present in the blood, but it is not the cause of the disease. Ticks are actually the cause of Lyme disease, but they don’t cause your body to turn into a Lyme disease patient.
Lyme disease. It’s more commonly known as “black-legged tick fever”. It is caused by the spirochete, but the bacteria can’t easily attach to the tick, and the disease progresses very slowly.
You can’t get Lyme disease from a tick on your body. The disease is caused by the bacteria attaching itself to a tick and causing the tick to become infected. Your immune system needs to be able to fight against the disease before it can get worse, and you need to be able to prevent the disease from getting worse by keeping the tick from entering your body.