STUDY: Tick bites may develop red meat, dairy allergies


ST.LOUIS, Mo.- Researchers have been looking into a strange allergy to red meat and dairy products people develop after being bitten by a tick.

Researchers from the University of Virginia say this has been a big problem for people h in Missouri.

They’ve found symptoms do not develop right away, but you should talk to your doctor if you notice differences after a tick bite.

While there is no cure, researchers say avoiding tick bites can make the allergic response dwindle over time.

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