Surge in red meat allergies in the US is a bizarre side effect of TICK BITES

A growing number of Americans are at risk for becoming allergic to red meat as ticks proliferate and spread across the country.

A special task force of experts has said that there are ‘more cases identified each year,’ and estimated that more than 3,500 people had the allergy by 2016.

As much as 80 percent of people with meat allergies had also been bitten by a lone star tick, according to the first study to establish the connection.

Read more of the original article from DailyMail