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Lyme Disease: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Lyme Disease category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

Lyme Disease: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
2016-01-19 : Lyme Disease Ticks Reported in Nearly 50% of All US Counties : Study reveals the blacklegged tick reported in more than 45% of U.S. counties, compared to 30% of counties in 1998.
2015-11-01 : Water on the Knee Can Be Sign of Lyme Disease : Even when patients do not exhibit a bulls eye rash water on the knee can be a primary symptom of Lyme disease.
2015-10-10 : Ticks Carrying Lyme Disease Found in London : Visitors to parks in South London at risk of contact with ticks that can transmit Lyme disease to humans.
2014-08-24 : Risk of Lyme Disease Anytime in Northwest California : Study finds ticks that carry Lyme disease in Northwest California are active all year, making the threat of Lyme disease year-round.
2013-02-20 : Borrelia Miyamotoi - New Tick Transmitted Disease in North America : Borrelia miyamotoi is a bacteria carried by ticks that causes symptoms similar to Lyme disease in North America.
2012-09-07 : Lyme Disease is Not the Only Tick-Borne Disease to Watch Out For : Information regarding the spread of the black-legged tick that causes Lyme disease and one star ticks that test positive for Ehrlichia.
2012-03-18 : Surge in Lyme Disease Predicted for Northeastern U.S. : Northeastern U.S. should prepare for surge in Lyme disease this spring due to fluctuations in acorns and mouse populations.
2010-09-02 : Chronic Lyme Disease - Diagnosis and Treatment : Lyme disease is frequently diagnosed and treated by primary care physicians.
2009-02-16 : How to Remove a Tick to Prevent Lyme Disease : To remove a tick pull it off your skin as gently as possible leaving the tick and its mouth parts intact to prevent Lyme Disease.


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