Lyme disease incidence rose about 80% in the U.S. from 1992 to 2007, with higher rates in the North, according to a report in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Geographic changes in prevalence are consistent with the effects of climate change, researchers said.
Lyme disease becomes more prevalent in northern U.S.
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