How do you contract tick-borne diseases?
The short answer: An infected tick bit you.
But where did the tick get the disease? How did the disease get from the tick into me? 574 more words
Published February 17, 2017
FILE – In this July 3, 2008, file photo, New Mexico Tech professor Penny Boston crawls through the Mud Turtle Passage on the way to the Snowy River formation during an expedition in Fort Stanton Cave, N.M.
Answered by Tamara Cox, RN, Eastern Idaho Public Health
Human skin contains different kinds of sensory receptors (cells) that can identify several distinct types of sensations, such as tapping, vibration, pressure, pain, heat, and cold. 583 more words