Dangers Of Ticks And Lyme Disease

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Missy Henriksen with the NPMA discusses the dangers of ticks and disease they can transmit.

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Dangers Of Ticks And Lyme Disease

Ticks And Lyme Disease Signs

The typical Lyme disease rash doesn\'t always develop into a bull\'s-eye. The rash can be in many forms or not even be there at all. This rash is usually the first sign . This disease is from ticks and the symptoms and signs range from body aches and fever to much more serious ones like temporary paralysis, fatigue, weakness and joint swelling. For some people there is a lyme disease itching symptom, but others report no itchy sensations....

Lyme Disease

Lyme disease was first recognized in 1975 in a town, named old Lyme in Connecticut. Now the disease in noticed worldwide. Most of the Lyme disease cases are observed through transmission of spirochete Borrelia bacteria, such as Borrelia burgdorferi through bite of deer ticks or western back legged ticks. Ticks are tiny, blood sucking ectoparasites which vary in color and size. Tick bite can be recognized only as a lump with a small scab on the skin surface....

Dogs Lyme Disease

Dogs Lyme disease is the fastest growing infectious canine disease in the United States and it shows no signs of slowing down. It was not even recognized until the mid 1980\'s. But it has now burst out with such ferocity the veterinary medical community is becoming very concerned with it....

Tick diseases

Ticks are one of the most dangerous species which can transmit diseases to mammals including human beings. The pets we usually rear in our houses undergo threat to this menace when we leave them without much care. Here Frontline has a great role to play in saving you and your pet from this harm....

What Causes Lyme Disease?

You might find the next time you go out in the woods that\'s untamed that you might get some ticks and other parasites on your skin. Did you know that Lyme Disease is found in ticks?...

Lyme - The Three Stages Of Lyme Disease

Nymph and adult ticks can transfer the B. Burgdorferi bacteria that cause this disease to humans. The illness is named after the city of Lyme, Connecticut because there were a lot of cases there in 1975. It is the most common tick-borne illness in North America and can affect adults, children, and even pets. Read on to find out more!...

Glutathione and Lyme Disease

Lyme disease, a complex disease, is associated with low glutathione levels. Toxins accumulating inside cells actually aggravate the symptoms of Lyme disease (inflammation, joint and muscle pain to name a few). Boosting glutathione levels is one of the best defenses to support structure and function of every cell in your body....

Symptoms and Causes of Lyme disease

Lyme disease is a common disease seen mostly in farmers who usually spend the whole day in grassy and wooden areas. It might sound dangerous but they are completely treatable. Still, having valuable info on this is important so continue reading this article now....

Outdoors in Ontario: Know About Ticks and Lyme Disease

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Traveling in Ontario? What you need to know about Ticks and Lyme Disease

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