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Jeremy McClain May 16
Another reason I'm finally becoming active on twitter is due to my recovery from tick-borne illness. After six years of treatment following 25 years misdiagnosed and untreated, I'm finally getting my brain back. Lyme disease can suck it.
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Reece Carney May 7
helping raise awareness for Lyme disease. Tonight they arranged for the Tyne Bridge to be illuminated green.
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Stony Brook Department of Medicine May 17
Help! I've been bitten by a tick. Now what? Fever, rash, headache & muscle aches can be symptoms of early Lyme disease infection. Review the basics to protect yourself here 👉 May is
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Lyme Disease UK May 18
📝📣The Association of Directors of Public Health have included links to tick awareness resources and literature in their member newsletter this month. Thank you for helping your members to 🙏🏻💚📣📝
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Kelvin Heppner May 10
A good summary of Lyme disease and steps for prevention, written by :
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Pawsitively Approved by JSG Oceana May 21
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and pets are extremely susceptible to the disease. To help protect me from ticks, my Mommy uses this article as a guideline: .
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Lisa Najarian May 4
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SB4MH May 16
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H&I Voices May 19
Hi everyone, I’m Morven-May the author of Finding Joy and I’m so excited to be taking over this week! I’ll have lots of exciting thing happening as it’s and I’ll even do doing a skydive at the end of the week 😳😂.
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Average Jo May 2
May is Knowledge is the best protection against this preventable disease. Please take each opportunity to keep yourself safe this summer, because infected ticks live throughout the U.S and in 60 other countries! Read more here:
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Marina Morgan May 6
May is so here’s a throw back to when I was first diagnosed with Lyme Disease. I had decided to do a cover of Demi Lovato’s song to show that this illness was not going to break me down. Hoping one day in the near future we will find a cure💚
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Lonnie R Marcum, PT, BSHCA May 9
On of my favorite quotes from Professor Robert Lane “Sometimes ignorance is bliss, except when you’re bitten by a tick.” via
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Valerie Lynn 🖤 May 21
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Kirsty Keep May 23
So glad I was well enough to join the yesterday! I got to meet some awesome people with and without . Thank you to all the people that are willing to and try to 💚
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Easton Animal Hospital May 17
Make sure to check your dog after a trip outside for ticks! This infograph from the tells you where to look!
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RISE May 17
May is . Make sure you know the symptoms, treatments, and steps you can take to prevent :
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Lyme Guy May 31
On this last day of May & of , I would like to thank all of my fellow 🇨🇦 for their ongoing efforts. Cheers to you All! and people/Assoc's throughout Canada
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Chris✞chronicpainDAD May 1
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Manitoba Farm Safety Program May 7
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. Blacklegged ticks can potentially carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. Wood ticks do not. When you are going outdoors, check yourself often and use DEET as a repellent applied every 4 hours
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Morven-May MacCallum May 20
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