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I don’t think I ever read anything for an hour straight.That's a book, not an article.
Started it. Seems good. Will have to come back to it.
I read the article and didn't see it mentioned but I've been told that insurance won't cover treatment for the chronic type. Doctors have to follow medical protocols and base their diagnosis and treatments on established science. Veering away from that can be considered malpractice or fraud. It's also in the insurance companies' best interest to deny that chronic Lyme disease is real.I read it today on my various trips to the toilet.
It is pretty long winded.
I'd find it weird how so many doctors completely dismiss it.
Lyme is an issue if you dont check for ticks and let it suck your blood for an entire day.I don’t think I ever read anything for an hour straight.
Lyme is a big worry for me even though I’m not in the woods much.
I hate laying in grass to zero my rifle in classes.
I once got a tiny nymph tick like that but it was ok.
Now I spray my training clothing with that anti tick chemical that starts with the letter P.
So many people hike in Massachusetts. It’s a shock that more people don’t have Lyme.
Recently a girl I know got it and her face was paralyzed. She was treated and I hope there are no lingering effects.
I know people who have Lyme. Your average person won’t tell you unless it comes up in conversation.
The big takeaway from the article is that Massachusetts has the best treatment. Also, even the worst cases can improve with proper diagnosis and treatment.
One such treatment is very painful and sickening for a period of time. Ironically that means it’s working.
Yup, congress ordered an investigation at the pentagon to see if it was created as a bio weapon.I don’t trust the Atlantic. Ive gotten Lyme a few times, luckily caught
It early each time. Have an older neighbor who gets relapses that really f*** him up but he is mostly ok. I’m fine, but I’m in my 30s. Can’t keep me out of the woods.
I know it’s tinfoil but I’m fairly certain .gov created the problem.