via Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever cases rising in Alabama | WHNT.com

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – This story might tick you off. The number of cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Alabama nearly doubled from 2015 to 2016.

Since Memorial Day right around the corner and many people are preparing to get outside, the Alabama Department of Public Health wants to warn people to be on the lookout for ticks.

Most kids don’t get to play with goats every day at school. But at the Country Day School in Huntsville being outdoors is part of the curriculum, and part of that is being safe.

via Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever cases rising in Alabama | WHNT.com

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