You can never be too careful when it comes to ticks.

This summer has already been weird and it's only the second week of June.

From super crazy heatwaves to incredible bug bites, we're in for just as much crazy and maybe more for the rest of the summer.

And that could include ticks.

According to WGN-TV, The Kane County Health Department has started to put up tick warning signs in the county's Forest Preserve District.

Despite what seemed like an everlasting winter, according to stats our winter was pretty mild in the Midwest which is part of the reason why ticks are such a problem this summer.

Being aware of what ticks look like and symptoms of bites is the best way to keep your family safe. This Good Morning America segment is pretty helpful.


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