The Lone Star tick, common to the southeastern U.S., is responsible for inducing meat allergies in some people, scientists say.
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November 27, 2012 The rare condition is starting to be seen outside of the Lone Star tick's known territory in the southeastern U.S. Scientists say this could be due to an expansion of tick territory or simply that people are being diagnosed after they leave the area.
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