SLU Care infectious diseases specialist Dr. Donald Kennedy says there are many reasons to miss the cases.
DeAnna LeBlanc says she’ll never be the same after her lyme disease went undiagnosed for seven years.
Ticks are becoming more abundant in the St. Louis area.
A new study shows it’s not just the White Tailed Deer that tics with Lyme Disease feed on.
Ticks can transmit anaplasmosis, a bacterial infection with symptoms similar to the flu.
The warmer weather means ticks are getting hungry, so check yourself or your family members if you’re spending a lot of time outside.
Ehrlichia common in Missouri.