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How Lyme Disease originated in Lyme CT?

From 1984 through 1986, CDC received an average of 1,500 reports of Lyme disease annually, making it the most common tick-borne disease reported to CDC. The disease takes its name from Lyme, Connecticut, where the full spectrum of illness was first described in 1975. Due to this, CT has more ticks and Lyme disease cases than anywhere in the world.

How Dog and Pet owners are more likely to get bit by Ticks?

Pets may bring ticks onto the property and even into the home where humans can encounter them. In addition, pet owners may engage in activities with their pets that take both themselves and their pets into tick habitat, increasing the risk of tick encounters for both the pet and the humans.

How mice are the main carrier of Lyme disease?

White-footed mice are the principal natural reservoirs for Lyme disease bacteria. Ticks that feed on mice are highly likely to become infected, making them capable of transmitting Lyme disease to people during their next blood meal. When they feed on mice during their larval and nymphal stages, ticks are more likely to survive and molt. And they also spread ticks, so high mouse population areas are more at risk.

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Recent Developments

Expert says that "Ticks now active in Connecticut year-round."

Ticks in Connecticut are now surviving during the winter due to climate change, according to The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.


Milder winters mean Connecticut ticks are now active all year long

Milder, shorter winters in Connecticut have all but eliminated tick “seasons” as state officials now say ticks are active year-round.

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How Connecticut’s hot summers are leading to more ticks in the state

Studies provide evidence that climate change has contributed to the expansion of ticks, increasing the potential risk of Lyme disease.

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