by Sue Pace Ticks have historically been a minor annoyance and a sort of "occupational hazard" for nature lovers. Due to exponential growth in the number of Lyme Disease cases in recent years, tick bites are becoming a greater source of fear. Ticks are insects in the family Ixodidae and are classified as parasitic mites.
by Shannon Becker, PhD with thanks to Christine Carson, PhD, and Kandace Knudson, PhD for their input In order for the cells that make up an organism such as you to work in harmony, they must be able to communicate and collect information about their environment. The idea that our cell receptors—cellular signal receivers—may be