March 16th 2022
A Tufts University research time identified a novel testing method to detect Lyme disease reinfection and successful treatment.
Salt, Ticks, and Lyme: A Case of Lyme Neuroborreliosis Presenting as SIADHOctober 25th 2018
This case report is the fourth documented case of Lyme-induced syndrome of inappro­priate secretion of antidiuretic hormone (SIADH).
Bystander Activation of T Cells May Be Cause of Persistent Arthritis in Lyme DiseaseFebruary 9th 2018
A small portion of individuals with Lyme disease continue to have symptoms of arthritis long after treatment. Now, scientists think they have a better understanding of the cause of that lingering reaction.
Using a One-Health Approach to Combat Tick-Borne DiseasesDecember 19th 2017
The expansion in tick populations has led to an increased risk of infection for humans and animals with both established tick-borne agents and newly recognized ones, creating a serious One Health problem.
HHS Tick-Borne Disease Working Group Begins Efforts Despite Controversies: Public Health WatchDecember 13th 2017
The US Department of Health and Human Services Tick-Borne Disease Working Group held its first public meetings in Washington, DC, this week and it has already generated plenty of eye-grabbing headlines.
Advances Are Being Made in Diagnostic Testing for Early Lyme DiseaseDecember 7th 2017
Experts from academia, industry, and public health agencies—including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the US Food and Drug Administration—discuss the new generation of antibody tests.
Can Lyme Disease Increase Risk of Suicidal or Homicidal Impulses?November 9th 2017
Robert Bransfield, MD, DLFAPA, shares different symptoms caused by Lyme disease, which could, in turn, result in psychiatric conditions that increase the risk of self-harm or harming others in some patients.