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Wood Ticks and the Disease of 'More'

Nancy Ortberg tells the story about how their family dog, a golden retriever named Baxter, would get covered with ticks. So after doing some research about ticks, here's what she discovered:

They actually call ticks "the overeaters of the insect world." For those of you who are really technical in your biology … they're of the ...

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