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Health officials warn about increased tick activity in Indiana
Indianapolis (AP) – Health officials in Indiana say higher temperatures increase tick activity and encourage Choosers to protect themselves from tick bites. adult and immature ticks bearing a bacterium that causes Lyme disease in several counties, especially in the northern, western central and southern central parts of the state.
Maps showing evidence of tick infestation are available online.
The department says people can reduce the risk of tick bites by wearing a long sleeved shirt and light trousers while in grassy or forested areas using insect repellents and often carry