Tick-borne illnesses have increased 350% in rural America since 2007


Up to four times more Americans are catching Lyme disease than a decade-and-a-half ago, a study on insurance claims has suggested in another sign the illness is becoming more widespread. Analysis by FAIR Health — owner of one of America's largest claims databases — revealed a 357 percent surge in applications linked to the tick-borne illness from 2007 to 2021 across rural areas. But there was...

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