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A little rain, a little heat, here come the ticks and mosquitoes. Oklahoma may not be on the scale of the three-fold increase in tick- and mosquito-borne diseases reported nationwide by the CDC early this week, but that number is held lower, in part, by people being careful.

Dry areas of Oklahoma might see a few less ticks this year, but areas that are damp or with normal rainfall likely will still see plenty, according to a state entomologist.


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John Haase said it's important for homeowners, especially those with pets and children who spend any amount of time in the yard, to be mindful of ticks or bugs that can be found in high-grass or woody areas.

Ticks are expected to be troublesome this summer and that means it is important to be familiar with preventative measures and what to do if so…

With spring in full bloom and summer well on the way, Oklahoma families heading outdoors to enjoy the warmer temperatures should take extra ca…

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