Tag Archives: bacterial infection

How to prevent Lyme disease

It’s that time of year again, when ticks are out and Lyme disease is front and centre. Lyme disease is spread through biting insects – virtually all biting insects, including ticks, mosquitoes, fleas, horse flies, spiders and mites carry the bacteria associated with Lyme. Shockingly, researchers have found that up to 80% of mosquitoes can […]

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Women and Neurological Diseases

Research is showing that neurological diseases are on the rise, with more women dying from them than ever before. In a 2015 study of neurological deaths of American adults compared with other countries, every country’s rate of neurological deaths rose relative to the controls, but most significantly in the US, which is a huge cause […]

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Comparing Lyme Disease and Multiple Sclerosis

The overlap of symptoms between these two diseases has complicated physician’s process for diagnosing either one. Not only do they share many symptoms, they may also appear similar during an MRI brain scan. This has led to some discussion in the scientific community as to whether or not Lyme disease and Multiple Sclerosis should be looked […]

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