Vector-borne illnesses


Lyme Disease Risk in an Urban Center in New York City

In an investigation of Lyme disease risk in the urban setting of New York City, forest parks with vegetated buffers and increased connectivity had higher Ixodes scapularis nymph densities, and the degree of connectivity strongly determined Borrelia burgdorferi nymphal infection prevalence, according to data published in Emerging Infectious Diseases. Because most tickborne disease studies in…

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