Disease-carrying ticks are much more widespread in Marin than scientists once thought. In hotspots like the Bolinas Lagoon, roughly one third of ticks may carry human pathogens. 

Ticks are commonly associated with woodlands, and scientists have mainly studied Lyme disease rather than other tick-borne illnesses. But a recent study took a more open-ended . . .

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