Spring and summer hikes through the woods can be lovely – as long as you don’t get ticked! Tiny ticks, about the size of a poppy seed, can cause Lyme disease, an increasingly common infection.
In this 65-page report (PDF) a special Review Panel concludes that IDSA’s 2006 Lyme disease guidelines were based on the highest-quality medical and scientific evidence available at the time and are supported by evidence that has been published in more recent years. (04/22/2010)
Mother Nature News Network provides good advice on preventing and treating Lyme disease. (05/09/2012)
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