Could a pathogen be the cause of Alzheimer’s di...

By Philip Perry Originally published on For the last 40 years, a minority of researchers have considered the notion that a pathogen might be behind Alzheimer’s disease. In 2011, Judith Miklossy (former GLA Scientific Advisory Board member) and fellow …MORE

Are Mold and Mycotoxins Compromising Your Recov...

By Jennifer Crystal When I was in elementary school, I developed a barking cough every spring. Loud, disruptive and persistent, the cough drew annoyed looks from teachers and students alike. Hearing me coming down the …MORE

GLA Point of View on “First Multiplex Tes...

by Timothy Sellati, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, GLA Advances in Serodiagnostic Testing for Lyme Disease Are at Hand …the TBD-Serochip represents an important advance and significant improvement over existing tests for tick-borne diseases (TBDs), which …MORE

Coming to Terms With the Truth About My Health

by Emily Croot #MyLymeLife Learning to acknowledge my Lyme disease is a powerful gift that only I can give to myself I recently rewatched one of my favorite TED talks, Susan David’s “The Gift and …MORE

Feed Your Body to Fight Lyme

by Kenzie Vath It has been a long nine years since I was diagnosed with Lyme disease. I have been suffering from chronic Lyme for twice as long or over 18 years. After my diagnosis, …MORE

Learning to Love Lyme/ A lesson in self-underst...

By Jennifer Crystal The recent celebration of Valentine’s day got me thinking about past posts I’ve written about the holiday. I’ve written about various matters of the heart: about Lyme carditis and about Valentine’s Day as …MORE

Dear Lyme Warrior…Help!

by Jennifer Crystal Every few months, Jennifer Crystal devotes a column to answering your questions. Here are her answers to questions she has recently received. Do you have a question for Jennifer? Email her at …MORE

What’s In a Name? When talking about Lyme...

by Jennifer Crystal Before becoming so debilitated by illness that I could not work, I was a high school English teacher. My ninth grade students read Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and I’ll never forget our …MORE

GLA Point of View on New Lyme Disease Study

by Timothy Sellati, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, GLA A study funded in part by Global Lyme Alliance could spur further investigation into the cause of persistent symptoms, a source of medical controversy. A controversial aspect of …MORE