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  • Lyme Disease Infections Way Up in Dogs and Horses in Dutchess County, New York

    August 5, 2014

    Lyme disease infections are way up in dogs and horses in Dutchess County, New York. There is an effective vaccine for dogs but none as yet for horses. Also troubling are the increase in the incidence of coinfections like Anaplasma. Veterinarians Drs. Amy Grice and Reinhard Straubinger comment.

  • Lyme Disease in New Hampshire On The Rise

    July 20, 2014

    Lyme disease in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and surrounding counties is on the rise, even as some other insect borne diseases such as West Nile are decreasing. Infectious disease expert Dr. Kristen Lee of Core Physicians comments on the risks of getting Lyme disease and her antibiotic protocol for treating Lyme … LEARN MORE – —>

  • DeVinney Family of North Carolina Talks About Seven Members with Lyme Disease

    July 4, 2014

    The DeVinney family of Chatham County, North Carolina has seven members that have Lyme disease. The worst among those is Karyn DeVinney, who was forced to give up a promising college tennis career while she searched for answers to her debilitating and worsening fatigue, migraines, pain, and vertigo. John Dorney … LEARN MORE – —>

  • Second Case of Lyme Disease Diagnosed in Lincoln, UK

    July 3, 2014

    A six year old patient on a school outing to Hartsholme Country Park in Lincoln, UK, has contracted Lyme disease and is under intensive antibiotic treatment after being misdiagnosed several times by local physicians. The patient suffered swelling and redness of the legs with a characteristic bullseye rash about 7 … LEARN MORE – —>

  • Scientists Study Migration of Ticks Into Adirondacks

    June 28, 2014

    Scientists at the Trudeau Institute and elsewhere have begun a study tracking the migration of disease carrying ticks into the higher and more northern Adirondack mountains in New York State. Sites being studied are Queensbury, Schroon Lake, and Black Brook. The study is being manned by Tim Sellati of the … LEARN MORE – —>

  • Lyme Disease on the Rise in Butler County, Pennsylvania

    June 28, 2014

    The reported number of cases of Lyme disease in Butler County in western Pennsylvania is rising sharply, according to medical officials. As recently as 2000 there were no reported cases of Lyme disease. However the incidence of ticks is increasing bringing with it tick-borne infections such as Borrelia. Drs. Jeffrey … LEARN MORE – —>