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Lone star is the culprit in an increasing number of meat allergy cases in children and adults

An aggressive tick called the lone star is the culprit in an increasing number of meat allergy cases in children and adults. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, parasitologist Dr. Bobbi Pritt shows you what a lone star tick looks like and explains how its bite can cause an allergic reaction to meat. 

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