If a tick attaches and its removed within 36 hours of a bite, the risk of Lyme disease is drastically reduced. Except for Colorado, the states with more cases than IL are also more populous, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Petersen says the CDC is helping to provide funding for states to build up their capacity to respond to emerging diseases spread by pests.
Ticks, which transmit most of the diseases spread by organisms, are gaining ground in the United States.
Pennsylvania leads the nation in Lyme disease with over 7,000 cases reported in 2015.
Confirmed and reported cases of Lyme disease in B.C. have at least doubled in just a few years, largely because of more sensitive diagnostic testing being used as well as greater awareness on the part of doctors.
Currently, the most common tick-borne disease in the United States is Lyme disease.
"Cases of these diseases have more than tripled in the United States and there are several reasons why we are seeing these increases", Dr. Robert Redfield, the CDC's director said during a news briefing Tuesday.
The report explains that these vectors or insects are capable of carrying and transmitting pathogenic organisms such as bacteria, viruses and parasites. Experts are investigating the role of climate change in the spread of these diseases. Warning signs are posted at many Long Island parks and people are taking precautions.
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Overseas travel and commerce are more common than ever. "Some of the manifestations of Lyme Disease are deadly", said Yourdon.
"We've seen an increase here in Vermont over the last couple of years in tick-borne diseases in particular".
For most of these diseases, the only way to stop outbreaks is through mosquito control, which is expensive and rarely effective.
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Longer spring, summer, and fall seasons due to rising temperatures globally means even more time for the tiny creatures to thrive.
Dr. Ratard said from 2001 to 2016, 99 people died from West Nile Virus and encephalitis.
Commenting on the CDC report, Paul Auwaerter, president of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, called for more research money for diagnostics, vaccines and treatments for Zika, Lyme disease, and other serious vector-borne diseases.
"The pace of emergence of new or obscure vector-borne pathogens through introduction or belated recognition appears to be increasing", the report said.