Ticks become more active during the warmer months, and people also often spend more time outside. These bugs can carry Lyme disease, making them more dangerous than other pests you might encounter. Use bug spray and know the signs of an infected bite before you go outside. Get familiar with what tick bites look like and, while you’re at it, familiarize yourself with these bites and rashes to look out for during summertime.

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