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Lyme Disease (INACTIVE)

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Top Lyme Disease (INACTIVE) Articles

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  • Lyme disease is curable, but complications can occur

    Q: Can Lyme disease be cured? A: Yes, an infection with the bacteria that causes Lyme disease can be cured. In fact, nearly everyone with the condition improves quickly after starting antibiotics and is cured within a few weeks. But there are some...
  • Ledecky, Pelton win at AT&T Winter Nationals

    Et cetera Ledecky, Pelton win at AT&T Winter Nationals Bethesda native Katie Ledecky won the women's 500-yard freestyle at the AT&T Winter National Championships on Thursday night in Knoxville, Tenn., with a time of 4 minutes, 32.37 seconds, just...
  • Guidelines outline which vaccines vets should use, and how often to vaccinate

    Q: I've written to you before about the scoundrel veterinarians who've cheated the public. Like the veterinarian in the recent "20/20" TV segment, when we changed counties, that new vet wanted to vaccinate my dog all over again with vaccines I'd never...
  • Leave Rattlesnakes Alone, They Eat Ticks

    The timber rattlesnake, which is extinct in Rhode Island and Maine, is one of Connecticut's endangered species and is reportedly is losing the battle with humans, a trend that should be reversed. Timber rattlesnakes find welcoming habitat in central...
  • Manchester Road Race: Course record holder Braun says he's in good shape

    Manchester Road Race: Course record holder Braun says he's in good shape
      Aaron Braun, who tied the course record at the Manchester Road Race last year, said Wednesday night at the pre-race pasta dinner that he's in better shape than last year but he's not sure if he will be able to break the record this year because the...
  • Grassroots opens cold-weather shelter program

    Grassroots opens cold-weather shelter program
    The 11th season of the Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center's cold-weather shelter program got underway last week and will continue through March 30 at alternating Howard County faith communities. The shelter program is designed for people who cannot...
  • Review: 'Punk Singer' Kathleen Hanna sets record straight

     Review: 'Punk Singer' Kathleen Hanna sets record straight
    Kathleen Hanna has never had an easy relationship with the media. Just three years into her musical career as the frontwoman of Bikini Kill, Hanna imposed a media blackout after some mainstream publications disparaged her feminist punk band with reductive...
  • Zoning variance rejected for church that wants to buy Giovanni's property

    Giovanni's restaurant in Edgewood seems likely to stay put for a while, after the Harford County Council upheld a zoning decision Tuesday denying a setback variance for a church that wants to buy the restaurant property on Route 40. Councilman Dion...
  • Hereford High grad, Monkton native Matthew O'Reilly, 42

    North County folks gave their help and their hearts to a local man who has been seriously ill for the last four years. The death of Matthew O'Reilly, 42, in his White Hall home Oct. 28 has left those hearts broken. Originally diagnosed with Lyme disease...
  • Lyme patient cycles 4,000 miles cross-country to raise money for research

     
    Activists surface when words don't suffice. This is the case of John Donnally, a 24-year-old cyclist, who is riding across the country to raise awareness for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. The 4,000-mile Bite Back for a Cure’s bike tour will...
  • 'Zoobiquity' conference explores medical advances that could help people and animals

    NEW YORK CITY -- It's been called "one health" or comparative medicine, and now "zoobiquity" is the in-vogue term used to describe the intersection where human and animal medicine meet. Here's an example: Lyme disease affects dogs and people, but...
  • Trevor Bayne drives on despite multiple sclerosis

    Trevor Bayne suddenly has morphed from a young man often labeled a "one-hit wonder" to a strong soldier in the ongoing fight against multiple sclerosis. Bayne revealed Tuesday that he was diagnosed with the disease this summer but still plans to continue...