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Virginia Tackles Inaccuracy of Lyme Disease Testing

One of the biggest concerns “Lymies” have is the inaccuracy of Lyme disease testing. Now, a new law in Virginia attempts to rectify that.

Special Commission Rules: Lyme disease a bigger problem than thought

A special commission has attacked the way “official” figures are gathered in Lyme disease cases – and argue the public need to be made aware of the growing danger.

Tick Control Consequences: You have Lyme disease. Should you get pregnant?

The other day, we posted an article about Texas mother Melinda Fulford, who endured the tragedy of passing Lyme disease to her two children while they were in the womb. The Examiner ran an extended interview which covered an important question for women with Lyme disease – is it safe to get pregnant?

Can Lyme Disease Can Be Passed During Pregnancy?

One of the enduring questions about Lyme disease is whether or not the bacterium which causes it can be passed from mother to child in the womb. While experts disagree, the evidence seems to speak for itself.

Another Tick Control Crisis? Lyme-like spirochetes could have link to Morgellons Disease

Could spirochetes, the spiral bacteria which cause diseases like Lyme disease, be linked to the spread of Morgellons Disease?

Are Tick Spot Treatments becoming Ineffective?

Experts are reporting that many popular over the counter tick treatments are becoming ineffective. Are ticks developing resistance? And what can you do about it?

Check your pet for ticks, every time

This picture is probably going to put you off your lunch – but if you have pets, it’s one you need to see.

Nerve Poison in Ticks Can Paralyze You

Lyme disease isn’t the only tick control consequence to be concerned about.

Are Antibiotics Ineffective Against Lyme Disease?

Conventional theory dictates that Lyme disease can be treated with a short course of antibiotics – but new research suggests the opposite.

Could tick disease kill your pets?

Lyme disease isn’t the only danger from tick bites – and humans are not the only ones at risk.

It’s called Ehrlichia – a blood-born parasite that infects the white blood cells; and it can be devastating.

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