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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever on rise
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The Tennessee Department of Health had identified 74 cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever statewide by mid-May. The number of cases has tripled from last year at the same time, the state department said.“People need to protect themselves,” said Warren County Animal Control director Tammy Webb. “It’s the warm weather, combined with the fact we didn’t have much of a winter.