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David Skidmore May 5
One of the many serious dangers of is what you don't know! Educate yourself for you, for your loved ones.💚
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A.C. Salter - word slinger ⚔️ May 19
Had a lovely walk to Lyme yesterday evening with Jane and Dylan. And it seems the water is lot clearer than normal. Then bought scallops from the wet fish shop, which Jane cooked to perfection for supper 🌊👌
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Kris Newby May 18
A lot can happen in one year. Thank you all for your continued support.
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Sunjya Schweig, MD May 4
CDC Agrees to Add Disclaimer to Lyme Disease Case Definition. is a clinical diagnosis. via
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Terry M. Mayfield May 15
“At some point in time, every being fighting , , injury faces decisions. What type is best? How long to treat? Pros and cons evaluated. for improved quality of life weighs heavy...”
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Stanford Health Care Mar 29
A new Stanford Medicine study in lab dishes and mice provides evidence that the drug azlocillin completely kills off the disease-causing bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi at the onset of the illness.
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Dr. Steven Phillips & Dana Parish May 1
Lyme Awareness Month! Reminding us to cherish good friends and stay safe. Here we are with our good friend Dr. Neil Spector, Duke University oncologist. It's going to be a tricky Summer--Easy to confuse flu-like Covid-19 symptoms with those of vector-borne illness, like .
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Global Lyme Alliance Apr 9
It can be difficult to distinguish between cytokines from a herx and cytokines from the coronavirus.
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Project Lyme May 16
“Within the medical community as well as the lack of media attention, Lyme disease has, like COVID-19, mushroomed into a global epidemic.” What similarities have you found between and disease?
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Bill Rawls, MD May 19
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Gerry Ward Apr 22
Lyme-disease carrying ticks on the rise in Alberta
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KarenG Apr 6
Took this pic for my daughter on my walk today. They’re ‘just’ clouds and you probably wouldn’t notice them but they are a thing of beauty to her when all she sees everyday is 4 walls and a white ceiling
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G. Magnotta Lab May 4
Although our lab is temporarily shuttered to , disease research remains our priority. Read our message to the community to learn how we have adapted science in the time of . Lab News — G. Magnotta Research
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Bill Rawls, MD May 18
It's important to remember that ticks are nature's dirty needle. You may get more than one when bitten by a tick (or mosquito or flea).
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Tick Boot Camp May 19
Today’s hack video comes from one of our favorite past podcast guests, Mikayla Vacher. Mikayla talks about how important it is to trust yourself and your body.
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Melinda Wenner Moyer May 17
Just a reminder to PLEASE DO DAILY TICK CHECKS if you are spending time outside because you don’t want a tick-borne disease right now and also spring nymph ticks are everywhere and teensy and you won’t notice them without checking for them.
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Richard Brooke-Powell Apr 13
🌿 Few of us have the opportunity to go out and be in contact with nature. For those who are lucky, watch out for ticks, their period of proliferation has begun ... can be avoided: check out this infographic.
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David Skidmore May 5
One of the many dangers of is not being diagnosed! Just ask anyone of the millions suffering from this silent pandemic now going on fifty years!
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Peter Kolchinsky May 1
This one goes out to everyone who hates , , and or maybe is interested in reading about progress in the treatment of anything... ANYTHING besides just covid.
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Rob Colautti 14h
If you are in eastern Ontario and have ever been bitten by a tick, we would love to hear your experience via our anonymous survey at . Doesn't matter if you got sick or how severe your symptoms.
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