Tick bite prevention removal and attachment site first aid - Mary Sullivan
Tick bite prevention removal and attachment site first aid
Abstract: More outdoor time for everyone this year due to COVID 19 for everyone this spring. When we spend more time outdoors we increase our chances of tick encounters. Learn how to protect the skin from tick bites with natural products and registered pesticides, the actions to take if a tick attaches, and first aid for the attachment site. Tick borne illness and Lyme will be around for a while and can have devastating health effects. In many parts of the country tick encounters happen all year long. Help clients protect themselves from tick bites as part of outdoor activities.