Together in Partnership: Giving thanks to an am...

With 2018 drawing to a close, I want to take a moment to thank you for being a part of our community. Your generous support—whether in research dollars, program participation, or simply standing in solidarity …MORE

GLA Counters IDSA’s Criticisms of Tick-Borne Di...

GLA’s Chief Scientific Officer Provides Evidence-based Rebuttal of IDSA Letter to Head of HHS and Tick-Borne Disease Working Group Report   by Timothy J. Sellati, Chief Scientific Officer, Global Lyme Alliance Last month, the Tick-Borne …MORE

The Value of Visualization

by Jennifer Crystal When I was bedridden with Lyme disease and two of its co-infections—babesia and ehrlichia— people sometimes asked if I had tried meditation. Usually, tired of unsolicited advice from yet another person who …MORE

A Marathon Accomplishment by Team GLA Runners

Completing the TCS New York City Marathon, all 26.2 miles of it, is an amazing feat for anyone, let alone for those who suffer from Lyme. Yet last month, five Lyme warriors did exactly that, …MORE

Avoiding Reminders Until You’re Ready

by Jennifer Crystal When I was very sick with Lyme disease and two of its co-infections—specifically, babesia and ehrlichia—friends invited me to a Warren Miller ski movie. Every season, the renowned filmmaker put out a …MORE

A Different Kind of Denial

by Jennifer Crystal In my recent post The Danger of Denial, I spoke about the consequences of denying symptoms or diagnoses when battling serious illness like tick-borne disease. For years I ignored my health issues, …MORE

Five Warriors Tackle the Ultimate Road Race for...

Five runners gave new meaning to the term “Lyme warrior” on Sunday, November 4, 2018, as they completed in the largest marathon in the world—the TCS New York City Marathon. Representing Global Lyme Alliance’s first …MORE

Requests for Tick-borne Disease Research Reach ...

by Mayla Hsu, Ph.D., Director of Research & Science, GLA It is no surprise that when funding for research lags, associated progress in science and medicine slows. Perhaps no area of health research illustrates this …MORE

New Research Article, “Ticking Bomb” Offers Int...

A study by Igor Dumic and Edson Severnini entitled “Ticking Bomb: The Impact of Climate Change on the Incidence of Lyme Disease” published in Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology describes the relationship …MORE