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A WSJ Article about Lyme Disease

THE INFORMED PATIENT Updated March 27, 2012, 9:29 a.m. ET This Season’s Ticking Bomb Warm Weather Means Ticks Will Be Out Early; A ‘Horrific’ Season for Lyme and Other Diseases They can wait for months, clinging to the edge of … Continue reading

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Lyme Disease Facts

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 … Continue reading

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