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Dr. Jonathan Edlow enjoys a good medical mystery. And it’s a good thing because in the ER where he works, at least a couple walk through the door each day.
BIDMC emergency medicine physician, Dr. Jonathon Edlow, author of “Bull’s Eye: Unraveling the Medical Mystery of Lyme Disease,” discusses what you need to know about ticks and Lyme disease.
Health officials have declared Lyme disease an epidemic in parts of the state.
The heavy snow could mean more ticks.
Everything You Need To Know About Lyme Disease
Tick season is upon us once again, and New Hampshire health officials are advising people to wear insect repellent and protective clothing to avoid being bitten by them and potentially exposed to Lyme disease.
Experts say the cool, wet spring has produced a booming population of the ticks that carry Lyme disease.
The harsh winter did nothing to cull the nationwide tick population, and health officials are primed for a warm season that could see the number of Lyme disease cases rise.
A new study by Yale researchers suggests that a tick-borne infection similar to Lyme disease has become common in southern New England.