(Cleveland)-Lyme disease is on the rise in Ohio. Last year, 160 people came down with Lyme disease and it's now in 60 of Ohio's 88 counties. It's moving this way from Pennsylvania. The so-called deer tick or black legged tick spreads it. Since 2010, Ohio has seen a 360% increase in cases. To prevent Lyme disease, veterinarians advise using insect repellent, removing ticks making sure your pets are protected. It causes a wide range of symptoms in humans including headaches to joint and heart and nervous system problems. In dogs, it can cause lameness, swollen joints and eventually kidney problems.
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