Lyme Disease Symptoms: Key Facts About This Mysterious Illness

Summer is peak season for transmission of Lyme disease. The only known transporter of Lyme bacteria — the deer tick — goes through the most infectious stage of its life cycle in the summer. But you don’t need to be in contact with a deer to get a deer tick bite.

Summer is peak season for transmission of Lyme disease.

The only known transporter of Lyme bacteria — the deer tick — goes through the most infectious stage of its life cycle in the summer.

But you don’t need to be in contact with a deer to get a deer tick bite. Deer ticks can hitch a ride on small animals and land right in your backyard.

Here is a case study that highlights why Lyme disease is a mystery illness:

Anne had been diagnosed with three different autoimmune diseases, each by a top

specialist:

Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory disorder of the

is a board-certified internist, author and internationally recognized leader in integrated medicine. Dr. Galland is

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