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Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is endemic to the Northeastern region of the United States, specifically Connecticut. Spread by the deer tick, Lyme can produce a constellation of symptoms that can adversely impact an individual. Living in Connecticut transfers a significant amount of risk to individuals and understanding the appropriate prevention techniques should afford protection from deer tick bites. Having a robust resource on preventative measures and signs and symptoms of Lyme will provide a foundation for minimizing the risk of getting Lyme disease.
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