Does Lyme disease exist in Arkansas? Read first-hand accounts and information to learn new information about the current data concerning Lyme Disease in this state.
Amidst the storm of controversy over Lyme Disease, there remains the truth: it's not easily curable. This story shares my chronicle of hope. It's the first section in my narrative battle with Lyme Disease.
Lyme borreliosis is an infection with a wide distribution in the Northern hemisphere, that does not spare any vital organ of our body, with skin, joints, heart, and nervous system being the worst hit.
Learn Lyme disease facts and disturbing information regarding the spread and prevalence of the disease in the US. Participate in poll to determine where cases are coming from. The information will shock you.
There are many reasons to ask your doctor to test you for Lyme disease. Maybe you think you've been exposed to the disease, perhaps from a tick bite. Maybe you feel sick after being exposed to ticks or other Lyme...
Lyme disease is the fastest growing infectious disease in the country. Read the final chapter in one woman's struggle with this illness.
The misconception about the true facts of Lyme disease is present within the actual circle of officials who are responsible for informing the general public. With inadequate testing, improper reporting is widespread....
Lyme borreliosis is a vector-borne infection that begins with a skin rash, and can progress into meningitis, nerve involvement, carditis with heart blocks, along with chronic arthritis...
Lyme disease is a common vector borne infection with wide geographic distribution that if misdiagnosed or inadequately treated, can progress into frank arthritis, neuropathy, and severe paresthesias.
Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in America, with 16,000 new cases reported each year. It is caused by a bite from a deer tick infected with the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. Not all tick bite will...
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