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Welcome to the Lyme Disease Channel
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is most commonly spread through the bites of infected ticks. Common symptoms include fever, fatigue, headache, and rash. However, because these symptoms are also seen in many other medical conditions, a healthcare provider will typically rule out these other conditions before making a Lyme disease diagnosis. Once confirmed, the disease is often treated with antibiotics.
Welcome to the Lyme Disease Health Channel on eMedTV. This segment of the eMedTV Web site contains the information you need to gain a better understanding of Lyme disease. This channel contains dozens of articles on the subject, covering everything from early symptoms of the disease, treatment options, and ways to prevent it. Articles are also provided on the deer tick (the organism most often responsible for spreading the disease) and how to remove a tick properly.
You can begin your eMedTV Lyme disease experience by clicking one of the featured links located on this page. You can also start with the health topic section on the left side to find a specific topic of interest. If you do not find the exact Lyme disease information that you are looking for in these two locations, use the search box at the top of this page.
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