Lyme Disease Facts
According to CDC estimates, new Lyme cases are at least 4 times more common annually than new HIV/AIDS cases.
Most common sysmptoms: flu-like symptoms, fever, aches, fatigue, neck stiffness, memory loss, partial facial paralysis (Bell’s palsy), neurological symptoms.
Fewer than 50% of patients with Lyme disease recall a tick bite. In some studies this number is as low as 15%.