Lyme Disease Book Reviews
Heal Your Body from Mold Toxicity, Lyme Disease, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, and Chronic Environmental Illness
by Neil Nathan, MD
The topics covered in the book are straight out of Dr. Nathan’s real-world experience. A clear road map that combines the art and science of treating the sickest of the sick.
What Lurks in the Woods:
Struggle and Hope in the Midst of Chronic Illness, a Memoir
by Nicole Bell
An emotionally tough read about a cruel disease that can destroy individuals and tear families asunder. But the book is not without hope — for the many people who will benefit from her cautionary tale.
How Can I Get Better?
An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme & Chronic Disease
by Richard I. Horowitz, MD.
In this follow-up volume to his first book, Dr. Horowitz offers a direct, actionable step-by-step plan for implementing his 16-point MSIDS Diagnostic Map.
The Deep Places:
A Memoir of Illness and Discovery
by Ross Douthat
Douthat writes about being caught between what he was feeling in his body and what the doctors confidently proclaimed didn’t exist.
Recovery from Lyme Disease:
The Integrative Medicine Guide to Diagnosing and Treating Tick-Borne Illness.
by Dr Daniel Kinderlehrer
Tests, treatments, and alternative approaches to dealing with the pandemonium in the immune system that Lyme and its co-infections trigger.
Uncovering the hidden causes of anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders in adolescents and teens.
by Dr. Kenneth Bock
With proper treatment that addresses the source of the symptoms, these children’s neuropsychiatric issues can lessen and even disappear.
New Paradigms in Lyme Disease Treatment:
10 Top Doctors Reveal Healing Strategies That Work
by Connie Strasheim
In the book New Paradigms in Lyme Disease Treatment, author Connie Strasheim interviews 10 doctors about their approach to treating Lyme-related illnesses.
Protecting Your Child
From the Child Protection System
by Beth Alison Maloney
Beth Alison Maloney wrote this book so parents of sick children can understand what they are potentially up against and how they can help themselves.
The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons
by Kris Newby
Bitten is a wake-up call. It’s time to stop business as usual and prioritize the Lyme disease epidemic. Helping those who currently suffer and protecting coming generations both depend on it.
Conquering Lyme Disease:
Science Bridges the Great Divide
by Brian A. Fallon, MD and Jennifer Sotsky, MD
Co-authors Brian A. Fallon, MD, and Jennifer Sotsky, MD, put forth a different idea. They say that recent scientific advances are reshaping our understanding of the illness—and closing the gap between the two factions.