Submitted by Roland Hulme on Mon, 2013-04-01 08:50
A popular form of treatment for “chronic Lyme disease” is extended treatment with antibiotics – for weeks, months or even years. But experts argue this is ineffective, and possibly even downright dangerous – and not just for the patient; but for all who rely on the bacteria-killing properties of antibiotics.
Submitted by Roland Hulme on Mon, 2013-03-25 11:45
We’ve reported on the rumors that Lyme disease originated on the mysterious research center on Plum Island, New York (read all about it here.) Now the US Department of Agriculture is shipping thousands of pigs there. What gives?
Submitted by Roland Hulme on Mon, 2013-03-04 09:46
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?
Submitted by Roland Hulme on Sun, 2013-02-24 21:43
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.