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What you need to know about Ticks and Lyme Disease

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What you need to know about Ticks and Lyme Disease

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7 thoughts on “What you need to know about Ticks and Lyme Disease

  1. Great in depth video! I go camping with my wife and little kids, and ticks are becoming a real concern in Ontario, where we live. Thank You

  2. The red bullseye appears about 80% of the time. If it doesn’t appear you will not know you have it until symptoms appear and then it is very hard to control and likely will have issues the rest of your life.

  3. I almost died from complications from Lyme disease. Diagnosed with late stage Lyme, infected multiple times over two decades. Also had a few confections. I was on antibiotics for a few years. I’m clear of Lyme Bacteria, but suffer from post Lyme syndrome. A lot of damage was done from living with undiagnosed Lyme disease.

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