The northeastern U.S. should prepare for a surge in Lyme disease this spring. And we can blame fluctuations in acorns and mouse populations, not the mild winter. So reports Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld, a disease ecologist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, NY.
Dr. Vonnegut said
this to his doddering old dad: “Father, we are here to help each
other get through this thing, whatever it is.” So I pass that on
to you. Write it down, and put it in your computer, so you can forget
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