A California woman posted a warning on Facebook last week about avoiding Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, a tick-borne illness that causes fevers, red bumps, nausea and headaches.
A California woman posted a warning on Facebook last week about avoiding Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, a tick-borne illness that causes fevers, red bumps, nausea and headaches. Screenshot from Facebook
A California woman posted a warning on Facebook last week about avoiding Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, a tick-borne illness that causes fevers, red bumps, nausea and headaches. Screenshot from Facebook

After a pumpkin patch visit, she began to find red bumps — and nearly died, she says

October 18, 2017 05:27 PM

UPDATED October 19, 2017 07:53 AM

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