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[at-l] Ticks in the winter (Lyme Disease) (fwd)
I received this from the New York, New Jersey Trail conference and thought
it would be important enough to share with the rest of you.
> From NYNJTC@aol.com Thu Dec 26 15:56:48 1996
> From: NYNJTC@aol.com
> Date: Thu, 26 Dec 1996 15:19:19 -0500
> Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: NYNJTC@aol.com
> Subject: Ticks in the winter (Lyme Disease)
> We have had several reports of ticks being unusually active this month
> despite the cold temps and recent snow cover. We strongly suggest you take
> the same tick-check precautions now as you do in the summer months --
> including a shower just as soon as your return home from a hike.
> Information on Lyme Disease is available from your doctor or county health
> dept. and there has been considerable coverage in the Trail Walker. There
> is also lots of information available on the world wide web (but caution is
> advised unless the source of the www information is known).
> May you have the best and safest of new years....
> The NY-NJ Trail Conference
> PS. As usual, anyone may be removed from this Trail Conference e-mail ALERT
> list by just asking. Please include your name and zip code with any
> request. email@example.com
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