Trouble from a tiny tick
Health experts are urging people who spend time outdoors to be on the lookout for disease-causing deer ticks this spring.
Formally known as black-legged ticks, the tiny ticks are less than half the size of a common wood tick and are known carriers of Lyme disease, an illness that's become more frequent in Minnesota in recent years but remains relatively uncommon in North Dakota.
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