Lyme Disease: Unveiling 15 Surprising Facts About Tick-Borne Illnesses

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Prevalence of Tick-Borne Diseases

The tick season extends, more people are at risk.

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Widespread Impact

Children aged 8 to 14 and people in their 60s and 80s had the highest infection rates.

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Lyme Disease and Beyond

Lyme disease is tick-borne illness:  Diseases like babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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Tick Prevention Strategies

Avoid getting bitten by ticks. Wear protective clothing to reduce the risk of exposure.

Fact 5

The Bull's Eye Rash Myth

Contrary to popular belief, not all Lyme disease cases present the distinctive bull's eye rash.

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The Reliable Antibody Test

Discover a nearly 100% accurate antibody test for Lyme disease, enabling early detection and treatment.

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Preferred Antibiotics for Lyme Disease

Learn about - antibiotics to combat Lyme disease and the latest multidisciplinary treatment approaches.

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Ticks and Winter Months

Learn about the illness that is brought on by ticks and whose infection rates rise during the winter.

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The Overlooked Bite Areas

Be aware of the commonly overlooked tick bite areas

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Quick and Safe Tick Removal

To reduce the risk of infection, learn the best ways to properly remove ticks from your skin.

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Tick-Borne Diseases Around the World

Tick-borne diseases aren't just a U.S. concern and its spreading in worldwide.

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The Challenge of Diagnosis

Due to overlapping symptoms, diagnosing diseases transmitted by ticks can be challenging.

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Protecting Against Tick-Borne Illnesses

Lyme disease is only one of several tick-borne infections

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Tick Season and Climate Change

There can be impact of changing climates on tick infestations and spread of tick-borne diseases.

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Lyme Disease: Awareness and Preparedness

To avoid Lyme disease and other illnesses brought on by ticks, arm yourself with knowledge and awareness.