Removing A Tick

As most Americans know, the best way to avoid vermin and parasites is good hygiene, both in one’s person and one’s habitat. Sometimes, however, through either consorting with the unhygienic or traveling through wild regions, one can still end up infested. Hence, it’s best to know the proper procedure for removing parasites such as ticks.


How To Remove A Blood-sucking Tick

Of course, if the normal removal means fail, it may then be necessary to apply fire to the blood-suckers in order to be rid of them. ;-)

Sadly, that’s messy, occasionally painful, and runs the risk of the vermin vomiting toxins into their hosts in the course of their death throws. As such, fire or other extreme means of removal must be first carefully considered.

Related Reading:

Give Us a Smile, Cinderella!: A Story About Personal Hygiene (Fairytales Gone Wrong)
Parasites: Tales of Humanity's Most Unwelcome Guests
People, Parasites, and Plowshares: Learning From Our Body's Most Terrifying Invaders
The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream (Vintage)
Fester Vermin's Night Before Christmas: Christmas in Texas

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