Elizabeth L. Maloney, MD, President of the Partnership for Tick-Borne Diseases Education and Family Medicine Physician in Wyoming, MN published a paper titled “Reducing the Burden of Lyme Disease” in Minnesota Family Physician. It includes discussion of tick bite management, early treatment, and shared decision-making.
Cardiac Symptoms chest pain or rib soreness, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, pulse skips, heart block, heart murmur, seizure activity, white matter lesions, low blood pressure. Symptoms Neurological headache toothache tremor ear lips square Cardiac Click for Symptoms Accordion content EM Rash, Other Rashes Accordion Title Only about 9% get the classic bull’s eye rash. […]
Alpha-gal is a sugar molecule found in most mammals (not people, apes, monkeys) and in products made from mammals including medications, vaccines, cosmetics, gelatin and milk products. It is not normally found in fish, reptiles or birds. Alpha gal is also found in some types of ticks. Click here for CDC website on Alpha-gal What […]
The 11th meeting of the Tick-borne Disease Working Group (TBDWG) was held at the Hyatt Place Washington DC/US Capitol, 33 New York Avenue NE, Washington, DC. During the two-day meeting, the Working Group 1) heard presentations on findings and actions for TBDWG to consider from eight subcommittees; 2) heard updates from the Public Comment and […]
Brian A. Fallon, Barbara Strobino et al. released the results of a recent study in Brain, Behavior, & Immunity – Health. The article was published on January 7, 2020 and is titled “Anti-lysoganglioside and other anti-neuronal autoantibodies in post-treatment Lyme Disease and Erythema Migrans after repeat infection”. Excerpts from the Abstract: Background: Molecular mimicry targeting […]
Five cows died in Surry County, North Carolina due to the self-cloning Asian longhorned tick. More than 1000 ticks were found on each cow. These ticks are capable of creating severe infestations on animal hosts. The cause of death was acute anemia, as the cows were drained of blood by the ticks. Asian longhorned ticks […]