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Laura Broadley

Laura is a graduate of the University of Guelph and the Sheridan College graduate New Media journalism program.

She is interested in Canadian stories with a global impact, international reporting and interactive journalism.

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August 6, 2014 4:29 pm
Oh deer: In fighting Lyme disease, are we watching the wrong mammals?

The summertime spread of Lyme disease has given rise to extra caution about ticks and the roving birds and mice carrying the illness. But a new study suggests we put just as much focus on another animal. After observing human Lyme disease cases in a Connecticut community over a 13-year period, authors of a Journal of…