Monthly Archives: November 2013

Slow Progress and Lyme Symptoms

Posted November 22, 2013.  When I was sick with Lyme disease I expected to be well in a couple of weeks when I finally figured it out and started antibiotics.  Whew, was I in for a surprise.  My LLMD (Lyme … Continue reading

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Rooibos Tea and Lyme Symptoms

Posted November 21, 2013.  I first discovered rooibos tea at a race in San Luis Obispo, California.  It was a 10 K, but very hilly and very technical.   We had to run, climbing at times, straight up the mountain. … Continue reading

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Vaccine and Lyme Disease

Posted November 19, 2013.   A new Lyme disease vaccine is coming down the pike. A marketing campaign for the vaccine is already unfolding.The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has gone from saying there are 30, 000 new cases of … Continue reading

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Fall So No Lyme Disease?

Posted November 18, 2013.  Does fall mean you don’t have to worry about ticks and Lyme disease any more?  Not according to the Lyme Research Alliance. Adult stage deer ticks are active in the fall and, unlike mosquitos, are not … Continue reading

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Soup and Lyme Symptoms

Posted November 16, 2013.  When I was really sick with Lyme disease and co-infections, it was hard for me to eat.  I was on so many different medications, my stomach wasn’t too enthused about food.  But of course, when you … Continue reading

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