or other tick-borne diseases is to avoid being bitten by ticks. In Minnesota, the highest risk is in the southeast, east central and north central areas of the state. But ticks are found across the state, in grassy fields, brush-filled wooded landscapes and places where residential neighborhoods meet the forest edge. If you work or recreate in these environments, take special precautions against attracting ticks to yourself or your loved ones.
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