It takes an extraordinary person to be able to share a gift and Barbara Savin is one of those people. She is an author and consultant for the California Health and Longevity Institute. Her book is based on a holistic approach to promote healing of the body, mind, and spirit. In a recent interview on […]
Even with modern advancements in science and technology, many people do not truly understand what a “chronic illness” really is. They do not understand the severity of these illnesses, nor are they aware of what people suffering from these illnesses have to live through. You do not get to take “time off” from a chronic […]
“In the ‘70s, a cluster of adults and children in Lyme, Old Lyme, and East Haddam, Connecticut, began to develop fevers, swollen joints, and, most mysterious, an angry rash, especially after playing or hiking near rivers. The cases were most prevalent in deer-heavy areas, and scientists quickly discovered a common link: black-legged ticks that jump […]
“Babesia, a tick-borne infection that causes malaria-like symptoms, has been making headlines over the past two years as the number of reported cases increases, and concerns grow over the seriousness of the disease and its ability to be transmitted through the blood supply.”
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MARTY ROSS MD · DECEMBER 20, 2015
Try this diet. I think it is the best option for someone with chronic Lyme disease. It is designed to:
improve brain function and grow nerve connections,
prevent Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease which Lyme can trigger,
decrease inflammation and inflammation cytokines from infection,
prevent and treats yeast overgrowth in the intestines that […]
If you’ve ever had anyone tell you they have Lyme disease and you’ve answered, “What disease?” you’re not alone. Though this disease is “the most commonly reported vectorborne illness in the United States,” according to the CDC, relatively few people know anything about it or even realize it exists.
On a more personal level, even when you do know […]
“Five reasons to not totally panic about ticks and Lyme disease”
Find the Article here: https://www.sciencenews.org/blog/growth-curve/five-reasons-not-totally-panic-about-ticks-and-lyme-disease
With suggestions and statements like “Lyme disease is generally easy to treat” and “It’s all overkill,” the article written by Meghan Rosen gained a lot of attention from the Lyme community. She outlined her experience with a tick that she found on the […]
Originally Posted – http://medarticles.org/10-things-to-know-when-someone-in-your-life-has-lyme-2/
So someone you know is sick with Lyme disease. It could be a friend, a family member, a significant other or just an acquaintance. Whoever it is, you’ve got some questions. Or maybe you don’t, but you want a better idea of what the heck is going on. This entry will hopefully offer […]
Originally Published – http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/10/emergency-room-wait-times-sexism/410515/?utm_source=yahoo
Early on a Wednesday morning, I heard an anguished cry—then silence.
I rushed into the bedroom and watched my wife, Rachel, stumble from the bathroom, doubled over, hugging herself in pain.
“Something’s wrong,” she gasped.
This scared me. Rachel’s not the type to sound the alarm over every pinch or twinge. She cut her finger badly […]
One charitably-minded Avril Lavigne fan is going to get to talk to Snow White and it’ll all help combat the effects of Lyme Disease. Lavigne recently unveiled a contest on the Prizeo website where one lucky donator to the Avril Lavigne Foundation will have the opportunity to have their voice recorded for the animated movie, […]