Ten Things You Can Do for Lyme Disease Awareness Together, we can help people prevent Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases

By LymeTimes Editor

M ay is National Lyme Disease Awareness Month, a chance for Lyme patients, activists, and educators to spread information on how to prevent Lyme and tick-borne diseases. But awareness shouldn’t stop just because it’s June! In fact, people who are infected by a bite in the spring nymphal tick season, often won’t develop symptoms until a month or two later. We’ve created a list of several things that you, your family, and friends can do to help spread awareness…..Join or login below to continue reading.

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