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Invisible International 1h
Educate & Elevate: the newest innovation initiative for decreasing prevalence of tick borne illness. Create education tools and elevated awareness platforms with teams & mentors and compete for $25k grant funding.
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Thomas Meyer May 24
1st Rheumatology appointment. Hope to find some answers. is so exhausting!
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Go Outside 4h
Lyme has taken over as "The Great Imitator", because people are often finding themselves misdiagnosed with something considered incurable, when instead it was the bacteria causing their symptoms, and they could have been treated.
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Center for Lyme Action 1h
A study shows 2% of seemingly well people in endemic areas test positive 4 Note implications 4 transmission from mother to fetus
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Bill Rawls, MD May 23
Sadly, there is no peace of mind to be had when it comes to testing, both pre- and post-treatment. Your best bet is to aim for sustaining remission through healthy choices and herbal aid. Hopefully, with time and funding, answers will come more easily.
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Bill Rawls, MD 6h
You heard that right -- it only takes minutes for microbes to be transmitted.
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Jack Bristow 20m
Truth is, I'm allergic to just about everything man-made. Ironically even Claritin makes my hair fall out, if I take it more than a few days.
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Avis Favaro 7h
Although the main sign of is a tick bite that leaves a bull’s-eye rash --doctors are warning of other symptoms that can be missed if people aren’t paying attention
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Rheumatology Academy 40m
Though the 2020 is expected to be average, cases could skyrocket due to more time spent outdoors.
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Sue Faber 16h
Thanks for your important, dedicated efforts + research to better understanding Carditis - you have a notable place in Lyme history - to alert your colleagues, with an approach to this important, potentially life-threatening issue.
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CBC Manitoba 18h
Manitoba researchers warn of rare but deadly complication of Lyme disease by
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Steven Phillips, MD May 24
Chronic illness in is shockingly common. This occurs more frequently if is first diagnosed and treated at a later stage, but occurs at every stage of the disease.👇
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Caudwell LymeCo 10h
Great resource from on how not every rash is a distinct bull's eye, and the other forms it might take
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Kate Mills 13m
If you could ask 1 question of a 20 year warrior whose made it through the worst and living a full life again...what would it be?
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Donna Lugar 3h
There have been cases of Lyme carditis in NS. No idea of total. Is anyone keeping track? Are sudden heart related deaths being checked?
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Dr. Steven Phillips & Dana Parish May 25
What better way to wrap up awareness month that with a re-post of a thoroughly vetted piece in mainstream media.
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Bill Rawls, MD May 24
Misdiagnosis is, unfortunately, a common occurence for those with . If you're suspicious, keep fighting and advocating for yourself!
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Michelle Daytz May 24
To all . I never forget you.
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Lyme Advise May 24
In his interview with Lyme Advise, Dr. Joseph J. Trunzo Ph.D. discusses his mission with a new approach to psychotherapy for behavior called "Acceptance and Commitment Therapy or ACT." Listen to the full interview here ---->
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Steven Phillips, MD May 24
Replying to @StevePhillipsMD
I don't claim to know how to fix this situation, but in my opinion, a return to transparency & scientific integrity is way overdue. + patients (Lyme & associated vector-borne infections) have suffered for decades, ignored, & shamefully ridiculed by healthcare providers.
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