Chronic Lyme Disease

Some articles on lyme, chronic lyme disease, disease, diseases, lyme disease:

Connecticut Route 156 - Route Description
... Route 82 in southeastern East Haddam and heads southeast into Lyme ... It continues south through Lyme into Old Lyme ... In Old Lyme, it continues south, intersecting I-95 and US 1 ...
Leghs Of Lyme
... The Leghs of Lyme are a family who owned Lyme Park in Cheshire, England, from 1398 to 1946, when the house and estate were given to the National Trust ...
Lyme Regis Railway Station
... Lyme Regis railway station was the terminus of the Lyme Regis branch line in the west of the English county of Dorset ... Serving the coastal resort town of Lyme Regis, it was sited high above the town centre as a result of the hilly nature of the local area ...
Chronic Lyme Disease - Media
... A 2004 study in The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal stated 9 of 19 Internet websites surveyed contained what were described as major inaccuracies ... as providing inaccurate information included several with the word "lyme" in their domain name (e.g ... well as the website of the International Lyme And Associated Diseases Society ...
Infectious Diseases Society Of America - Lyme Disease Treatment Guidelines
... The IDSA recommends against long-term antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease, arguing that it is ineffective and potentially harmful ... However, a minority view holds that chronic Lyme disease is responsible for a range of medically unexplained symptoms, sometimes in people without any evidence of past infection ... Groups of patients, patient advocates, and physicians who support the concept of chronic Lyme disease have organized to lobby for recognition of this ...

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