ILADS Lyme Conference 2011, Part 2

Posted on 30. Oct, 2011 by .

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Day 2 of the 2011 ILADS Lyme Disease Conference was truly amazing! The sessions on integrative care and environmental issues are two of the must-sees if you’re planning on buying any of the recorded materials. Steven Bock, MD spoke on integrative medicine as it relates to lyme disease. Here of some of the highlights of […]

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ILADS Lyme Conference 2011, Part 1

Posted on 28. Oct, 2011 by .

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The ILADS Lyme Conference was available to everyone via streaming video today, and will continue tomorrow. The streaming video is covering the primary presentations as well as some of the breakout sessions of the conference. Not all of the presentations were available via the video stream today, some got cut off (like Burrascano’s session) and […]

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iHerb Coupon Code For $5 Off: Great Way to Save $$ on Supplements

Posted on 12. Sep, 2011 by .

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Most of us lymies are on a tight budget when it comes to medicines, herbs and supplements. iHerb is a discount vitamin company with great service and heavily discounted prices on most supplements. If you are a new customer to iHerb, use coupon code ROP915 to get $5 off your first order, with no minimum […]

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Lyme and PT: Helpful, or Just Torture?

Posted on 15. Jul, 2011 by .

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Last week, the rehab doc gave me a prescription for a month’s worth of PT, which is a good thing, but geez, sometimes I wish the PT people would remember that with lyme, I have MS-type symptoms instead of just recovering from an injury or surgery. Seems it’s hard for them to differentiate, so they […]

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Lyme Disease Study at Stanford Seeking Participants

Posted on 10. Jul, 2011 by .

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Stanford University is seeking participants for its new study on lyme disease. Text from their flyer (courtesy of CALDA) is below: Immune Responses and Symptoms in Lyme Disease Patients and Healthy Controls Stanford University Are you interested in participating in a research project at Stanford University researching Lyme disease? You could be included in this […]

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How to Survive a Long Hospital Stay

Posted on 05. Jul, 2011 by .

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After 17 long days at the Death Star (aka Cedars-Sinai), I think I’ve got this system figured out… Here are some tips in case you’re facing a long (or short) hospital stay at any time in the future. Surviving on Hospital Food (blegh…) Some hospitals actually have decent food, but Cedars-Sinai has food that is […]

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SSDI Approval in Only 3 Weeks!

Posted on 01. Jul, 2011 by .

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Seems there’s a lot of confusion on how to file for SSDI… What information to include, how far back do you go with medical records, how many doctors do you list, which diagnosis do you stress (MS, ALS, Lyme, CFD, etc), and finally, what qualifies you for SSDI in the first place. SSDI is for […]

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LymeAid 4 Kids: Grants For Children in Need

Posted on 28. Mar, 2011 by .

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LymeAid 4 Kids is a grant program designed to help children who are uninsured or underinsured get the medical care that they need to treat lyme disease. This fund was developed with the help of author Amy Tan in 2004, and is supported by donations to the Lyme Disease Association. For purposes of the grants, […]

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