CDC researchers have found that clothing treated with the insecticide permethrin inhibited the movement and ability to bite of three species of ticks known to spread diseases in the United States. The study was published Thursday.
CDC researchers have found that clothing treated with the insecticide permethrin inhibited the movement and ability to bite of three species of ticks known to spread diseases in the United States. The study was published Thursday. K-State Research and Extension/Courtesy Photo
CDC researchers have found that clothing treated with the insecticide permethrin inhibited the movement and ability to bite of three species of ticks known to spread diseases in the United States. The study was published Thursday. K-State Research and Extension/Courtesy Photo

Tick-repelling clothes might actually stop the little blood-suckers, CDC says

May 24, 2018 01:34 PM