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LymeDisease.org Sep 30
She won't stop trying to educate people about Lyme disease.
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Anatomised May 12
The BBC have now left the building. Filmed in my home, with my wonderful bearded collies, I’m hoping a piece will be aired in month of May. Many thanks to the BBC and to ⁦⁩ And to my wonderful life-partner ⁦
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Ontario Association of Professional Archaeologists May 2
As field season starts up across it's important to be Here are some tips to keep you safe:
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ExtraLymey May 6
Lyme disease can also be transmitted to a child during pregnancy. Toprak was born with Lyme disease, because his mother had undiagnosed Lyme and it’s coinfections. He is now 11 years old and still battling with his illness.
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LymeDisease.org Oct 15
“The idea is to draw in people who have not worked on Lyme disease before and give them an understanding of the challenges that the field faces,” said Linden Hu
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lymeeducationtour 3 Jan 19
Lyme Education Awareness Foundation. Two women traveling the USA, teaching families T.I.C.K.S are life changing!
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GovCanHealth May 22
can carry germs that can make you sick. Prevention is important. Learn how to reduce the risk of tick bites:
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Global Lyme Alliance Jan 30
Please RT to spread the word . Quote below is from our blog, "No Set Protocol":
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GovCanHealth May 25
can be found in wooded areas, as well as in your backyard. To reduce the risk of tick bites, keep your grass short, cover exposed skin, and wear bug spray containing DEET or icaridin.
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Kevin Unitt Jul 14
We've helped four different families of campers and walkers with tick bites along Loch Achray and Three Lochs Forest Drive this weekend alone, a real spike in cases. Advice from on staying safe can be found here:
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#OfficiallyPatty Nov 4
Just got home to learn a 2nd friend in a week has committed suicide due to Lyme Disease. My heart is so broken. 💔 💚
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Jessika Moss May 3
Watch this 👀 Be aware and please protect yourself, your family and pets.
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LymeNow Moved Jan 19
The more we raise awareness, the higher the chance of finding a cure 🎗💚 Retweet to spreadc awareness!
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Cohen Foundation Jul 2
“We find that the misinformed comments run contrary to current research and all the work that our Foundation is doing to bring light and awareness to this insidious disease,” said Alex Cohen.
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Kristie May 1
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Project Lyme Jan 7
Winter is a great time to put together a couple tick kits. Please include fine-nosed tweezers, alcohol swabs, magnifying glass, band-aid, tape and/or baggie. Learn more at . Keep one in your backpack, home and car!
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Bucks County, DAR May 29
From our Women’s Issues Chair: May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. Lyme disease is caused by the bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi, and is transmitted to humans through a bite of an infected black-legged tick or deer tick.
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APA Oli ✈️ DreamHack Jan 29
Thanks too everyone who helped me get through this and cheers to the bright future ahead
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LymeOntario May 3
How to remove a correctly is so important. You should never put anything on the tick such as oil, vaseline etc... Or try to burn it off. Doing this, will cause the tick to regurgitate all of their stomach contents into you.
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Kaia Humphrey Oct 4
Lyme disease took 4 years of my life from me...soon it will be just a bad memory...til then I fight on!
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