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         Lyme Disease:     more books (100)
  1. The Lyme Disease Solution by Kenneth B. Singleton M.D., 2009-02-22
  2. The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments: Defeat Lyme Disease with the Best of Conventional and Alternative Medicine by Bryan Rosner, 2007-04-03
  3. Beating Lyme: Understanding and Treating This Complex and Often Misdiagnosed Disease by Constance A. Bean, Lesley Ann Fein, 2008-06-25
  4. Everything You Need to Know About Lyme Disease and Other Tick-Borne Disorders, 2nd Edition by Karen Vanderhoof-Forschner, 2003-03-14
  5. Coping with Lyme Disease: A Practical Guide to Dealing with Diagnosis and Treatment by Denise Lang, 2004-06-01
  6. Healing Lyme: Natural Healing And Prevention of Lyme Borreliosis And Its Coinfections by Stephen Harrod Buhner, 2005-06-25
  7. Healing Lyme Disease Naturally: History, Analysis, and Treatments by Wolf D. Storl, 2010-04-27
  8. Beating Lyme Disease Second Edition: Living the Good Life in Spite of Lyme by David A. Jernigan D.C., 2008
  9. 2008 Lyme Disease Annual Report: A Yearly Update for Doctors and Patients by Bryan Rosner, 2008-01-15
  10. When Antibiotics Fail: Lyme Disease and Rife Machines, with Critical Evaluation of Leading Alternative Therapies by Bryan Rosner, 2005-01-05
  11. User's Guide to Treating Lyme Disease by James Gormley, Caren Feingold Tishfield, 2006-07-06
  13. The Lyme-Autism Connection: Unveiling the Shocking Link Between Lyme Disease and Childhood Developmental Disorders by Tami Duncan, Bryan Rosner, 2008-06-26
  14. Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment: 13 Lyme-Literate Health Care Practitioners Share Their Healing Strategies by Connie Strasheim, 2009-09-05

1. Lyme Disease Foundation
Includes details about the organization, diseases, ticks, education, journals, conferences, research, vaccines and personal stories. Offers upcoming events, news and a support group locator.
The Lyme Disease Foundation
PO Box 332
Tolland, CT 06084-0332
Phone: 860-870-0070 Fax: 860-870-0080
Help Support the LDF Your donation is tax deductible
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Get Your Tick Removal Kits Here
Summary of the LDF's Accomplishments BOARD OF DIRECTORS Board of Directors of the LDF Scientific Advisors (Current and Past) to the LDF)The distinguished Board includes the discoverer of the Lyme bacterium, a retired Congressman, business executives, physicians, researchers, patients, and public health officials. The LDF board meets quarterly to review and provide input into all LDF programs and activities.
The New Jersey and Midwest Task Forces conduct public and professional education programs, have input into public policy programs, and partner with public health officials. Each leader is active in their state's government tick-borne disease programs. Roberta Bethencourt, MSW, the NJ leader, is a social worker and is on the NJ Governor's LD Task Force. Renee Thaler, the Midwest leader, is a political consultant, works in partnership with the Illinois Department of Health, and has been successful in enacting LD legislation in Illinois. In 2002 the LD Community Caucus was established with these members, along with the Lyme Disease Society and Michigan Lyme Disease Association. This new group of people work together to present one unified voice to government officials on tick-borne issues.

2. Lyme Disease Risk Assessments - Done By U.S. Army, 1983-1996
Risk assessments conducted by U.S. Army at various military installations, 19831996.
Lyme Disease Risk Assessments
Done by U.S. Army, 1983-1996
Lyme Disease Risk Assessments (LDRAs) have been conducted by the U.S. Army at various military installations. The LDRA reports listed below were obtained by a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
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3. Lots Of Links On Lyme Disease - Over 12000 Categorized Links On
lyme disease is a serious bacterial infection caused by a tick bite and affects Chronic lyme disease A survey of MEDLINE and other information on
Lots Of Links On Lyme Disease
(Over 12,000 Categorized Links on Lyme Disease)
Lyme disease is a serious bacterial infection caused by a tick bite and affects humans and animals. NOTE: In the event original Yahoo/Geocities link does not work, use alternate link provided ( alt ). Alternate link is Google cache link for the same page.
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Comments or questions concerning this page should be directed to Art Doherty
Last updated on 3 September 2001 by
Art Doherty
Lompoc, California

4. Lyme Disease And Tick Management (001)
University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension factsheet and audio on ticks and lyme disease, including images of several tick species and life stages.
Educational Resource Guide #01 Lyme Disease and Tick Management
by Barb Ogg, Ph.D., Extension Educator L yme disease is caused by a bacteria that is carried and transmitted through bites from several species of ticks. This disease was first recognized in 1976 and has now occurred in 47 states, including Nebraska. By 1993, Nebraska health officials reported 35 human cases: 11 of these cases were confirmed as having been contracted in Lancaster County. Early signs of the disease include: a red rash which expands in concentric circles outward from the tick bite producing a "bulls-eye" effect. Later, flu-like symptoms occur which include headache, fever, chills, lethargy, and joint and muscle pain. In advanced untreated cases, there may be arthritis-like symptoms in the knees and shoulders and cardiac abnormalities. In most cases, antibiotics have shown to be an effective treatment of this disease, especially in early stages of the disease. There is no vaccine presently available for humans. Lyme disease can also infect dogs, horses and cattle. In dogs, Lyme disease can cause fever, joint swelling, pain, arthritis, and lameness. Infected dogs may also exhibit a loss of appetite, depression and lethargy. This disease is rarely fatal in dogs, but it can be debilitating and antibiotic treatments can be long and expensive. A vaccine against Lyme disease for dogs is available from a veterinarian and is an initial series of two shots, followed by a yearly booster shot.

5. Lyme Disease
Information about lyme disease from the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Advanced Search Home Conditions A to Z Infections ... Common Infections Lyme Disease What is Lyme disease? What are the symptoms of Lyme disease? What about the later stages of Lyme disease? How can my doctor tell if I have Lyme disease? ... What do I do if I find a tick on my skin?
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What is Lyme disease?
Lyme disease is an infection caused by a kind of bacteria (germ) called a spirochete (say: "spy-ro-keet"). The disease is carried by deer ticks and western black-legged ticks (found mostly on the Pacific Coast). These ticks can spread the disease to animals and humans through tick bites. These ticks are about the size of a sesame seed. Lyme disease is most common in rural and suburban areas in the northeastern and midwestern states. Lyme disease is also found in other parts of the United States, as well as in Europe, Asia and Australia. Return to top
What are the symptoms of Lyme disease?
One sign of Lyme disease is a rash, which may appear 3 to 30 days after a tick bite. This rash, called erythema migrans (say: "ear-a-theem-a my-granz"), usually starts at the site of the tick bite. It may begin as a small red spot and grow larger. The center may fade, creating a "bull's eye" or ring appearance, but this is not always the case. Some people with Lyme disease have many red spots. The rash may burn, hurt or itch, or you may not notice it. Other symptoms of Lyme disease include fever, chills, headaches, stiff neck, fatigue, muscle aches and joint pain. In a few people, early Lyme disease can spread to the heart or the nervous system. If Lyme disease spreads to the heart, the person may feel an irregular or slow heartbeat. Early spread of Lyme disease to the nervous system can cause the face to droop (a condition called Bell's palsy).

6. MedlinePlus: Lyme Disease
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Library of Medicine presents links to lyme disease information including sections titled Latest News,
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Therapy You may also be interested in these MedlinePlus related pages: Insect Bites and Stings Tick Bites Infections

7. Lyme Disease Audio Network
The lyme disease Audio Network provides the latest information on lyme disease and other related illnesses in an audio format.
Thank you for visiting the Lyme Disease Audio Network. We hope you will enjoy listening to our specially selected audio clips. We also invite you to participate in our regularly scheduled Lyme Chats.
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Coping With Lyme Disease by Denise Lang
Coping With Lyme Disease is a timely book written to help people learn more about this serious illness.

8. American Lyme Disease Foundation, Inc.
The American lyme disease Foundation, Inc. is a proactive organization dedicated to advancing the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and control of Lyme

About ALDF

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    The American Lyme Disease Foundation supports research and plays a key role in providing reliable and scientifically accurate information to the public and health care provider.
    The information on Lyme disease presented in this web site has been reviewed and approved by the C enters for D isease C ontrol and P revention.
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Learn about the Lyme disease
Checking for ticks Mouthparts of a tick(barbed hypostome in center anchors tick as it feeds) Disease carriers (Note ticks on ears) Please read before proceeding. American Lyme Disease Foundation, Inc. PO Box 684 Somers, New York 10589 Email: 2002-2005 American Lyme Disease Foundation, Inc.

9. British Lyme Disease Foundation
Mark Greenfield is a sufferer of lyme disease and has a useful single page site with information and links.
British Lyme Disease Foundation
Deer (under the tree!) in Wadhurst, East Sussex, England.
The BLDF passes all donations to the registered charity Lyme Disease Action
If you need urgent details on tick removal please click the following link and scroll to 'What if I am Bitten?'
(click here for tick removal)
Trawling the Web
I was lucky enough to find some excellent information on tick bite prevention specifically aimed at the UK, kindly provided by Arun District Council and Dr.David Hagen who is a consultant in public health for the area. Hard copies can be requested from Paul Murphy at I have left some of the links below to the more useful papers and sites available. But the most up to date information will be found on Eurolyme, as the momentum has really started to move towards proper diagnosis and treatment for this disease caused by, what has now come to be recognized as, a super-microbe. This pleomorphic (basically it changes form) microbe can exist in at least three different morphologic forms: spirochaetal, spherolplast (or l-form), and the recently discovered cystic form. L-forms and cystic forms do not contain cell walls, and thus beta lactam antibiotics will not affect them. Borrelia is clever enough to hide in the hosts own blood cells and body tissue to evade the immune system, it also has severe immunosuppresive capabilities and is capable of survival in deep cold storage and the most extremely hostile environments. After initial infection borrelia can

10. Lyme Disease Network
The lyme disease Network (LymeNet) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing physicians, patients and researchers with the latest information on
Tax deductable Welcome to The Lyme Disease Network,
a non-profit foundation dedicated to
public education of the prevention
and treatment of Lyme disease
and other tick-borne illnesses.
On the Internet since 1994.
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commission from for each purchase originating from this site. When purchasing from, please click here first. Thank you. LymeNet's Annual Fund Drive is here, once again! This is your chance to help make a difference. [18-Aug-2005] More LymeNet News... Companion Lyme Bills introduced in U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives $100 Million in Research Funding Introduced in Congress for Lyme Disease! Nearly 90 Lyme Groups Nationwide Support These Bills [28-Jul-2005] More LymeNet News... The second annual Gear Up for Lyme: Mt. Equinox Uphill Bike Climb is set for August 6, 2005! Registration is OPEN! [23-Jul-2005] Article: Cyclists prep for the Second Annual Gear Up for Lyme Mt. Equinox Uphill Bike Climb Article: Lyme Disease Luminaries to Speak in Manchester More LymeNet News...

11. DVBID: Home Page | CDC Lyme Disease
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of VectorBorne Infectious Diseases (DVBID) presents pages on lyme disease including
Prevention Transmission Symptoms Diagnosis ... Other Tick-Borne Diseases Quick Links IDSA Guidelines for Treatment of Lyme Disease
14 pages, 114KB) Tick
Management Handbook

(Courtesy of CT AG. Experiment Station, New Haven - 72 pages, 24,038KB) Tick Removal
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Typical symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and a characteristic skin rash called erythema migrans . If left untreated, infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system. Lyme disease is diagnosed based on symptoms, physical findings (e.g., rash), and the possibility of exposure to infected ticks; laboratory testing is helpful in the later stages of disease. Most cases of Lyme disease can be treated successfully with a few weeks of antibiotics. Steps to

12. Lyme Disease Information And Support
Located in Boston area Massachusetts. Links and updated information on this and other tickborne diseases, babesiosis and erlichiosis. Also help getting diagnosed and treated.
HOME Is It Lyme? TIME NEEDED TO INFECT TICK-BORNE ILLNESSES ... BOSTON AREA SUPPORT Guest book WELCOME ! Don't forget to bookmark this page and check back soon! "Difficulty is the nurse of greatness."
William Cullen Bryant I am not a medical doctor. The purpose of this site is not to diagnose or cure any disease or malady, but is presented as food for thought. What you read on this site is based on my own history and ideas. This information cannot take the place of professional medical advice. Any attempt to diagnose and treat an illness should come under the direction of a physician. No guarantees are made regarding any of the information presented in this website. ~Winston Churchill S ome ticks are as small as this dot will you know if one is on you? Will you find it and remove it before you are bitten? Having a HERX? Try this! Squeeze the juice from a fresh lemon or lime into a glass, now drink it through a straw. (If you don't use a straw brush your teeth immediately to avoid loss of tooth enamel)

13. DVBID Home Page CDC Lyme Disease
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of VectorBorne Infectious Diseases (DVBID) presents pages on lyme disease including

14. Lyme Disease Monograph
Produced by the Washington State Department of Health, the University of Washington Division of Infectious Diseases and the University of Washington School
Lyme Disease - a Monograph and Guide for Washington Physicians This monograph was produced for the World Wide Web by the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Health . It was adapted from the original print version. See bibliography for acknowledgements.

15. Lyme Disease, Disease Information, NCID, CDC
Infectious Disease Information. lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi Infection) Travelers Health Information on lyme disease
Infectious Disease
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Infectious Diseases Information Index

Useful Sites

Infectious Disease Information Lyme Disease ( Borrelia burgdorferi Infection) Lyme Disease: Introduction
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Fact sheet Travelers' Health Information on Lyme Disease
Information and updates on risks, precautions Top of Page NCID Home Disease Information NCID Organization ... Health Topics A-Z This page last reviewed October 17, 2002 National Center for Infectious Diseases
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16. Lyme Disease Network
The lyme disease Network (LymeNet) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing physicians, patients and researchers with the latest

17. American Lyme Disease Foundation, Inc.
The American lyme disease Foundation, Inc. is a proactive organization dedicated to advancing the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and control of

18. American Lyme Disease Foundation - Lyme Disease
lyme disease (LD) is an infection caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, Manifestations of what we now call lyme disease were first reported in medical

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What is Lyme Disease?

Where is Lyme Disease Prevalent?

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... Deer Tick Ecology
    Tick species that transmit Lyme Disease: Black-legged tick (Deer tick), western black-legged tick
What is Lyme Disease?
    L yme disease (LD) is an infection caused by Borrelia burgdorferi , a type of bacterium called a spirochete (pronounced spy-ro-keet ) that is carried by deer ticks. An infected tick can transmit the spirochete to the humans and animals it bites. Untreated, the bacterium travels through the bloodstream, establishes itself in various body tissues, and can cause a number of symptoms, some of which are severe. LD manifests itself as a multisystem inflammatory disease that affects the skin in its early, localized stage, and spreads to the joints, nervous system and, to a lesser extent, other organ systems in its later, disseminated stages. If diagnosed and treated early with antibiotics, LD is almost always readily cured

19. Lyme Disease Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention, Advocacy (Lyme Info)
lyme disease Info details the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of lyme disease and other tick borne illnesses.
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20. Lyme Disease Symptoms
lyme disease Symptoms. The Diagnosis of lyme disease is a Clinical Diagnosis of the "Presentation" which means the "Presentation of 'Symptomatology

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