A tick bite that causes an allergic reaction for meat and dairy consumers? That sounds tragic for Wisconsinites. The Lone Star tick is on the rise in Wisconsin says UW-Green Bay Prof. Mike Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences), and the side effects of being bitten could mean food allergies. WFRV-TV has the interview with Draney.
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9 Jan, 2020