"Ticks may be common in parks in and around our cities where they pose a risk for humans and their pets, new research from the University of Bristol has found."
" "These green spaces that are heavily used by people and pets can funnel all the ingredients together to create high risk of tick infestation. It is important that people are aware of these risks and check regularly for ticks if they visit tick infested areas and, if bitten, remove any tick rapidly"
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Park life and its hidden hazards