Dr. Andrew Nowalk is Associate Professor and Clinical Director in the Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Pediatrics, both at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.He [More]
Denise Bonilla, USDA/APHIS-Update on the Asian longhorned tick (H. longicornis) .Dr. William Nicholson, CDC-Alpha-gal allergy following tick bite: What do we really know? .Dr. Kevin Esvelt, MIT-Mice against ticks: A community-guided effort to prevent Lyme [More]
A Lyme disease vaccine is no longer available. The vaccine manufacturer discontinued production in 2002, citing insufficient consumer demand. This webinar contains presentations that describe the need for a new Lyme disease vaccine; the types [More]
Lyme disease is one of the most rapidly emerging infectious diseases in North America and Europe. Named after a small Connecticut town, Lyme disease is transmitted to humans by the bite of ticks infected with [More]
Warmer weather means people get more active, and so do deer ticks. They are most common in the mid-Atlantic and Northeastern U.S. And worst of all, they can carry Lyme disease. If you think you’ve [More]
Over 30,000 confirmed or probable cases of Lyme disease occur annually in the United States, though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that approximately 300,000 cases of presumed Lyme disease go unreported each [More]
Think you or a loved one is suffering from Lyme disease? There’s a lot of information out there, but not all of it is accurate. This video analyses some of the easily available information on [More]
*LYME DISEASE RELIEF* from Y-STRAP Chiropractic Adjustment by Dr Joseph Cipriano DC
Lyme disease is an infectious disease that is caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. It is passed onto the human host via the bite of a black-legged tick, otherwise known as a deer tick. Like [More]
Featuring: Dr. Stephen Barthold, UC Davis–Comparative Biology of B. burgdorferi Persistence; Dr. Linda Bockenstedt, Yale School of Medicine–Design of Animal Studies to Assess B. burgdorferi Persistence; Dr. Monica Embers, Tulane Univ.–Studies of B. burgdorferi Persistence [More]