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Meet The Tick Causing Allergies To Red Meat

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August 8, 2014
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Researchers say the Lone Star tick is linked to numerous sudden allergies to meat. The tick has now spread to southern parts of the U.S. Video provided by Newsy


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In Rural Sierra Leone the Red Cross Battles Ebola

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