Tick bites that trigger severe meat allergy on rise around the world

‘Tick-induced mammalian meat allergy’ reported in Europe, Asia, Central America and Africa but most prevalent in parts of Australia and the US The link between tick bites and meat allergies was described in 2007 and has since been confirmed around the world. Photograph: Erik Karits/Alamy People living in tick-endemic areas around the world are being warned of an increasingly prevalent, potentially life-threatening side effect to being bitten: developing a severe allergy to meat. The link between tick bites and meat allergies was first described in 2007, and has since been confirmed around the world. Sufferers of “tick-induced mammalian meat allergy”…
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