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Default Possible Connection Between Lyme Disease and Alzheimer's Disease

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Diet and Recovery from Chronic Disease By Ron Schmid, ND:

http://www.westonaprice.org/moderndi...icdisease.html
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Default A Novel Method for Treating Lyme and Other Diseases

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Default Neuropsychiatric Assessment of Lyme Disease

"The Neuropsychiatric Assessment of Lyme Disease" - particularly late stage Lyme Disease:

http://www.mentalhealthandillness.com/tnaold.html
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this is all excellent information wasabi...thank you.
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Default Lyme Disease Statistics

Lyme disease is probably under-reported, but this information is useful nonetheless:

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/lyme...sesbyState.htm

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Default Why Lyme Disease Is So Difficult to Get Rid Of

Lyme Disease - Survival in Adverse Conditions (in PDF format):

http://www.personalconsult.com/artic...conditions.pdf

This site has a number of good articles on Lyme disease. Just click on articles or index of articles and find the section of articles on Lyme disease.
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Default Borrelia Burgdorferi - Life in a Tick

This is a very technical article. I am posting a link to it because it demonstrates some of the amazing adaptability of the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. An awesome pathogen. I wish it wasn't in me:

http://jb.asm.org/cgi/content/full/183/19/5544
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Default Lyme, Depression and Suicide

"I cannot emphasize enough the behavioral significance of the Jarish-Herxheimer reaction. As part of this reaction, I have seen and heard numerous patients describe becoming suddenly aggressive without warning. I can appreciate skepticism regarding this statement. How can this be explained? Like many other symptoms seen in Lyme disease, it challenges our medical capabilities. In view of this observation, I advise that antibiotic doses be increased very gradually when suicidal or homicidal tendencies are part of the illness.

Although I have discussed the significance of depression and suicide associated with Lyme disease, I would like to [say that] treatment does help. Combined treatment which addresses both the mental and somatic components of the illness significantly improves the overall prognosis. This is supported by clinical observation and laboratory research showing antidepressant treatment improves immunocompetence. It has been demonstrated in vitro that antidepressants which act on the serotonin 1A receptor (most antidepressants) increase natural killer cell activity. In addition, there are undoubtedly other indirect effects on the immune system through other neural or neuroendurocrine and autonomic pathways. To state this more concisely - antidepressants can result in antibiotic effects, and antibiotics can have antidepressant effects."

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Default Salt and Vitamin C Remedy for Lyme Disease

"After 13 years of suffering with Lyme disease, a possible cure has been stumbled upon. A cumulative effect of much research has produced the possibility that salt and vitamin C may be all that is needed to beat this elusive illness."

http://www.lymephotos.com/
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