The Maine Centers for Disease Control (Maine CDC) released the end-of-year data for 2017 reportable diseases recently and we find that the three common tickborne diseases–Lyme disease, babesiosis...

With tick-borne diseases on the rise in the Empire State–approximately 8,000 cases of Lyme disease, 700 cases of anaplasmosis, 400 cases of babesiosis, 100 cases of ehrlichiosis, and 30 cases of...

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and local public health agencies recently completed a follow-up investigation of the Bourbon...

While Lyme disease cases in Maine appear steady according to 5-year averages through September (1,039 cases YTD), another tick-borne disease has seen a dramatic increase in the past five years. The bacteria...

The New York State Department of Health reported an additional confirmed case of Powassan virus, this one in Dutchess County. This recently-confirmed case and three cases in Saratoga County from this...

In an update on the Powassan virus situation in Saratoga County, NY,  health officials in Schuyler County reported on their website that three cases of Powassan virus have been identified in Saratoga...

Health officials in Maine are reporting two confirmed cases of the tickborne disease, Powassan virus, in midcoast residents. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) said Wednesday...

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) wants to remind people living in and visiting the State to take precautions against being bitten by ticks and potentially exposed to Lyme...

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), their has been approximately 75 cases of Powassan virus disease reported in the United States over the past 10 years.  Most cases have...

The Arkansas Department of Health recently determined that two cases of tickborne disease met the surveillance definition for Lyme disease. A case in Arkansas has not met the Centers for Disease Control...