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Re: Lyme Disease

Thanks for the reminder....I get tired of spraying myself with DEET every
time I work in the gardens, but better to ward off the noxious insects that
pay the price later in illness.

At 06:44 PM 06/30/2000 EDT, you wrote:
>Hi All,
>This is a reminder as a fellow gardener who found a deer tick and is now 
>getting treated for Lyme disease, it is that time of year.
>Dogs can get Lyme Disease. I know my dogs got tested today.Hopefully they 
>will not have it.
>Paula Pierce
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