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Trupanion commemorates Prevent Lyme in Dogs Month by discussing the symptoms and treatments of the disease. Seattle, WA (Vocus/PRWEB) April 04, 2011 April is Prevent Lyme in Dogs Month and Trupanion, the nationâ€™s fastest-growing pet insurance provider, today released tips and information about the disease in an effort to help pet owners protect their pets this spring and summer. Lyme disease, or Borreliosis, is transmitted by the bite of infected deer ticks, which are more commonly...
Mainely Ticks Unveils ProTickMe Educational Initiative Wells, Maine (PRWEB) February 16, 2011 Lyme disease is on the rise nationwide and has increased tenfold in a number of Northeastern states in the past decade.
Newly Diagnosed with Lyme Disease Time for Lyme Medical Director, Dr. Harriet Kotsoris on Five Important Questions to Ask Right Away Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) October 30, 2010 â€œMy doctor just told me I have Lyme disease.
JACKSON, N.J., Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Lyme disease is a growing threat in the U.S., with numbers that continue to rise despite increased awareness about the disease.
FREDERICK, Md., Aug. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Lyme disease is not only a potentially serious disease, but one that often is missed by physicians, which makes prevention more important. The only way to get Lyme disease is from the bite of an infected deer tick.
Westchester Medical Center Infectious disease specialists report an increase in the potentially severe tick-borne disease Babesiosis in New York's Lower Hudson Valley over a ten year period VALHALLA, N.Y., July 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Babesiosis, a rare and occasionally fatal tick-borne disease caused by microscopic parasites known as Babesia which infect red blood cells, is on the rise in the Lower Hudson Valley according to the NYS DOH, including the counties of Westchester, Putnam,...
Research on the population of black-legged ticks, which can transmit Lyme disease from host animals to humans, reinforces that it is important to take preventative measures when spending time outdoors.
An interdisciplinary team at Washington University in St. Louis has been keeping a wary eye on emerging tick-borne diseases in Missouri for the past 20 years.
Babesiosis is a potentially dangerous parasitic disease transmitted by ticks and is common in the Northeast and the upper Midwest.
Potentially debilitating Lyme disease doesnâ€™t afflict people everywhere that the ticks harboring it are found - At least not yet.
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