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User's Guide to Natural Treatments for Lyme Disease

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Lyme disease is caused by a bacterial infection transmitted by a tick bite and is best treated early with antibiotics. However, many people suffer from chronic relapsing Lyme disease, which can cause a variety of physical and psychiatric symptoms: recurrent fever, fatigue, muscle and joint stiffness, poor coordination, lightheadedness, mood swings, and depression. In the ...more
Paperback, 86 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Basic Health Publications (first published July 6th 2006)
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Sep 24, 2011 Jody rated it it was amazing
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This is really user friendly and boils down a lot of information into a very lucid booklet. I've gotten some very good tips on supplements and different ways to deal with various symptoms. If you or a loved one has Lyme, I highly recommend this as a quick overview on holistic approaches. I carry it in my purse when I'm in the vitamin section as a reference.
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James J. Gormley is an award-winning health journalist, medical editor and author who has taken on anti-supplement attorneys on FOX-TV's "Good Day New York” and supplement-bashing critics in testimony before the New York City Council.

As Editor-in-Chief of Better Nutrition magazine (1995 to 2002), he helped change the editorial landscape of health magazine coverage in the U.S. by pioneering scienc
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