Yearly Archives:

2017

Care Versus Overcare: A Fine Line

by Jennifer Crystal Well-meaning Lyme caregivers can easily cross the line from care to overcare. Here are some simple rules to follow for both patient and caregiver.   Recently a friend was going through a …MORE

The Roller Coaster of Lyme Disease

by Kerry Heckman #MyLymeLife Living with Lyme disease comes with constant ups and downs   The MRI results were sitting in my email inbox a week before my doctor’s appointment. I couldn’t bring myself to …MORE

Promising New Research: PrEPping for Ticks

by Mayla Hsu, Ph.D. Director, Research and Science Global Lyme Alliance Stopping Lyme disease before it starts. Promising new research based on pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP.   It’s frustrating that there are so few ways …MORE

7 Tips to Organize Your Medications

by Jennifer Crystal 7 Tips to Organize Your Medications, from One Lymie to Another   Every Sunday morning, I pull out a big bag of pills and set about organizing my medications for the week. …MORE

Tough Mudder Weekly Training Tips

By Sean Aqareva, Certifed Personal Trainer #TeamGLA Trainer Sean Aqareva of Multilevel Fitness offers weekly training tips for our Tough Mudder participants.   Hey guys, This week we are going to tone it down a …MORE

Dear Lyme Warrior … Help!

by Jennifer Crystal Every couple months, Lyme Warrior Jennifer Crystal devotes a column to answering your questions. Here are her answers to questions she is frequently asked.   Do you have a question for Jennifer? …MORE

You’re Not Alone Anymore

by Jesse Ruben #MyLymeLife My battle with Lyme Disease was easily the most difficult experience of my life. A journey that lasted almost 3 years, that included more than 15 doctors, several incorrect diagnoses, and …MORE

The Pursuit of Answers: What My Doctors Said

by Susan Pogorzelski #MyLymeLife What was the path to your Lyme diagnosis?   I’m in middle school the first time it happens. I’m 13, I think. Possibly younger. We’ve just returned from a school camping …MORE

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