The Kissing Bug Spreading “Silent Killer” Parasites Across the U.S., and Other Parasite News You Need To Know

ARTICLE SUMMARY We often think that we don’t have a parasite problem in the U.S., but the reality is that parasitic infection is extremely common, and can cause all kinds of different symptoms that may overlap with Lyme symptoms. “Kissing bugs” called triatomines that like to bite people on and around the mouth and eyes…

Root canals cavitations Dr. Jay Davidson

Are Root Canals or Cavitations Keeping Your Lyme Disease Alive and Active?

ARTICLE SUMMARY   Complications and infections following dental work, including infected root canals or areas of dead jaw bone called cavitations, can cause systemic harm throughout our bodies and impede healing from Lyme and related infections. Infected root canals and cavitations don’t cause symptoms within the mouth, and often go undetected. Cavitations, pockets of dead,…

How Lyme Disease can Affect the Brain

Want to share this article? Visit our re-post guidelines. How Lyme Disease can Affect the Brain Article Summary Neurological problems in Lyme disease are more common than you think. Plenty of people with Lyme disease report problems with everything from concentration, to issues with depression, and even long-term memory problems. Research into the connection between…

Self-Diagnosis: Do you Have Lyme Disease Co-infection Symptoms?

Want to share this article? Visit our re-post guidelines. Self-Diagnosis: Do you Have Lyme Disease Co-infection Symptoms? Article Summary: Ticks are responsible for transmitting zoonotic infections between animals and humans. Although they’re frequently associated with Lyme disease, ticks can transfer numerous diseases at once, through co-infections. Around 60% of ticks carry more than one disease-causing…