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Illinois Department of Public Health: "Prevention & Control: Common Ticks."
Kansas State University: "Pests That Affect Human Health."
New York State Department of Health: "Pests and Pesticides."
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"Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Dogs," "The Use of Garlic & Onion in
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