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Results 1 - 10 of 19 for Babesiosis
  1. Tick Bites (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... Alpha-gal syndrome (tick bite red meat allergy) Babesiosis Ehrlichiosis Rocky Mountain spotted fever Tularemia What happens ...
  2. Babesiosis (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    Tick Bites/Specifics ... Tick Bites ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  3. Disease Risks for People at Dog Social Events (American Veterinary Medical Association)  
    People attending dog social events can be at risk of zoonotic diseases, which are diseases that spread from animals to people. Some of these diseases ...
  4. An Uptick in Ticks: Don't Let Ticks Make You Sick From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health)  
    Tick Bites/Start Here ... Tick Bites ... National Institutes of Health ... From the National Institutes of Health ... Enjoying the outdoors this summer? Learn ways to keep ...
  5. ... as: Malaria , spread by bites from infected mosquitos Babesiosis, spread mainly by bites from infected ticks Chagas ...
  6. ... fever, relapsing fever, viral encephalitis, hemorrhagic fever, and babesiosis.
  7. ... tick, Ixodes dammini . It transmits Lyme disease and babesiosis to humans. (Image courtesy of the Centers for ...
  8. ... organism. Two such co-infections are: Lyme disease Babesiosis, a parasitic disease similar to malaria
  9. ... Accessed January 3, 2023. Telford SR, Krause PJ. Babesiosis and other protozoan diseases. In: Goldman L, Schafer ...
  10. ... West Nile virus , eastern and western equine encephalitis Babesiosis Botulism Brucellosis Campylobacteriosis Cancer Candida auris , clinical Candida ...
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