Lyme Disease: Stories From the Front Lines of an Epidemic – Nonfic Insert 1 – Some Lyme Paradoxes – Sam S.

The Red Cross Blood Donation Disconnect It is confusing as all get out to me that the American Red Cross, bulwark of public safety, and the biggest source of US blood donations, absolutely will not accept blood from patients who have had babesia and in the majority of states will not accept blood from people … More Lyme Disease: Stories From the Front Lines of an Epidemic – Nonfic Insert 1 – Some Lyme Paradoxes – Sam S.

Lyme Disease: Stories From the Front Lines of An Epidemic – Steve

This was written in May of this year (2016) as a late addition to the book I was still pretending to write. Like many people with Lyme, Steve developed first leaky gut syndrome, and then the cataclysmic allergies that tend to go with that. It’s partially the disease and partially the heavy load of oral … More Lyme Disease: Stories From the Front Lines of An Epidemic – Steve

Lyme Disease: Stories From the Front Lines of An Epidemic – Intro

Almost three years ago now, I started research for a book called Lyme Disease: Stories from the Front Line of An Epidemic. I started the book because I have Lyme Disease myself. Misunderstood, underfunded and not insurable, Lyme Disease is an orphan disease that has become something of a controversy of our age. Patients of … More Lyme Disease: Stories From the Front Lines of An Epidemic – Intro

ATTENTION, FELLOW LYME SUFFERERS!

GROWL! LifeHacker has a post suggesting Lyme is rare and easy to treat. It also suggests the chronic form is bull. Please go to LifeHacker today at the link below and set them straight. You can comment by logging in into their page through Facebook. http://lifehacker.com/properly-remove-a-tick-with-this-illustrated-guide-1590681271/all Their article has no mention of the seriousness or … More ATTENTION, FELLOW LYME SUFFERERS!

Lyme time

Been awhile since I have written actively of my Lyme Disease here on Bohica Lyme. Sort of out of character and out of place. The truth is that save for working on my Lyme book I have not been thinking about Lyme a lot lately since I am currently in a remissive phase. That changed … More Lyme time

Suicide- Part 2

There is a maxim – that the shortest suicide notes are the most sincere. This is perhaps a truer truth than many of us might choose to recognize, and it also leaves us with the lingering question of why the person chose to do as they did. It is a question I find endlessly fascinating. … More Suicide- Part 2