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Jane’s Blog Chronic Lyme Disease

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Jane’s Blog Chronic Lyme Disease

The Centers for Disease Control estimates more than 300,000 infections will occur this year in the United States. Lyme disease patients are typically prescribed tetracycline antibiotics, however approximately 10-20% of them later develop symptoms of fatigue, pain in their muscles, joints or nerves, and cognitive impairment which can continue for years after their initial infection. Studies suggest that this may because of drug-tolerant ‘persisters,’ a group of bacterial cells that survive the initial dose of antibiotics. Called "chronic Lyme disease," or "Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome” the numbers are escalating. Jayakumar Rajadas, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine and director of the...

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Jane's Blog Arthritis - Repairing Joints Naturally

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Jane's Blog Arthritis - Repairing Joints Naturally

Arthritis is one of the leading causes for disability in the United States. It is an inflammatory condition of the joints that currently affects approximately 58 million adults, with an estimated increase to 78.4 million by 2040. This inflammation is characterized by pain, stiffness, and a reduced range of motion with regards to the arthritic joint(s). It is a complex problem, in fact according to the Arthritis Foundation “Arthritis is not a single disease; it is an informal way of referring to joint pain or joint. One thing is for sure, your joints don’t get better with age unless you...

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