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Lyme Disease (INACTIVE)

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Top Lyme Disease (INACTIVE) Articles

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  • Farmers are suffering for lack of labor

    There was an excellent article in The Sun describing American fields ripe for harvest that are not getting picked because of a shortage of immigrants ("Labor shortages plague farms," July 7). The American Farm Bureau Federation projects $5 billion to $9...
  • Volunteers paint White Hall house to help owner who has ALS

    Volunteers paint White Hall house to help owner who has ALS
    Michelle and Matt O'Reilly knew their 134-year-old house in White Hall needed painting, but they have been concerned about the cost. They've had astronomical medical expenses for the past 18 months after Matt, 41, became debilitated by Lyme disease. He...
  • Group rallies to paint, landscape house of man with ALS

    Group rallies to paint, landscape house of man with ALS
    The North County community just came up with its own version of the popular television show "Extreme Makeover." Friends of Michelle and Matt O'Reilly, of White Hall, spent several weekends transforming the outside of their 134-year-old house from cracked...
  • Terps women's road matchup vs. Delaware sold out tonight

    Terps women's road matchup vs. Delaware sold out tonight
    Tonight's women's basketball game between Maryland and Delaware is a sellout, according to a tweet from Kevin Tresolini, the outstanding University of Delaware beat writer for The (Wilmington, Del.) News Journal. So, if you were planning to make the...
  • Terps women disappoint packed Hen house in Delle Donne's return

    Playing its first game in nine days, the ninth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team stormed ahead of Delaware early in the second half, then withstood a rally and used stifling defense down the stretch to pull away for a 69-53 victory Thursday night...
  • Sparks man, 55 pounds lighter, trains others

    Sparks man, 55 pounds lighter, trains others
    Five years ago, Doug Bopst was overweight. He ate fast food and junk food. He smoked. He partied. At 20, he could hardly walk without getting out of breath. He hit rock bottom when he was arrested on drug charges and sent to Harford County jail. But...
  • Hekimian stands for 'openness and transparency' [Letter]

    I have lived in Oakland Mills for 35 years. I endorse Alex Hekimian for Columbia Council. Please vote for him on Saturday April 20 at the Other Barn. Alex is the best public servant I know in Columbia. He stands for openness and transparency. Alex...
  • Mild winter, wet spring, and Lyme Disease

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:It’s nearly high season again for Lyme Disease in Maryland. It’s also Lyme Disease Awareness Month, so time again to remind Marylanders to watch for, and take precautions against the deer ticks that transmit it to...
  • MPT right to air Lyme disease documentary

    Thanks to Maryland Public Television for scheduling the airing of "Under our Skin" ("MPT airing deeply flawed film about Lyme disease," June 19). A controversy in medicine is not a new thing, and the push to stop the airing of this film is quite telling....
  • Threat of Lyme disease is real and growing

    I am astounded to see The Sun publish its second Dan Rodricks column attacking the documentary, "Under Our Skin: A Health Care Nightmare" ("MPT's flawed decision on flawed film," June 19). In his most recent hatchet job, Mr. Rodricks chastises the...
  • MPT program gives wrong impression of Lyme disease

    Dan Rodricks' article, "MPT's flawed decision on flawed film" (June 19) is on the button. Mr. Rodricks' article may have been about MPT, but it highlights what is wrong with our heath care system. The MPT film, "Under our Skin: A health Care nightmare"...
  • Lyme disease: Tell the whole story

    Dan Rodricks has twice written columns suggesting chronic Lyme disease does not exist ("MPT's flawed decision on flawed film," June 19). I represent just one of thousands of men, women, and children who have had their lives, careers and finances lost...