Lyme Disease


bull's-eye rash on arm

Photo by James Gathany, 2007 / Image ID#:9875, Public Health Image Library, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The typical "bull's-eye" rash at the site of a tick bite is a common early symptom of Lyme disease.

Lyme disease is a condition typically spread by ticks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that there are nearly 325,000 new cases each year – making Lyme disease an epidemic larger than AIDS, West Nile Virus, and Avian Flu combined. FAIM reports on the epidemic and potential treatment options.

A New Fighting Chance: Silver Solution

Dr. Gordon Pedersen has put together a chronicle on the cutting edge ability of structured silver solution's ability to safely destroy bacteria, viruses and yeast. Learn the application of silver for many chronic and acute illnesses.

Lyme Disease: What Works, What Doesn't

Lyme disease is caused by a bacterial infection, Borrelia burgdorferi, although many patients are also infected by other tick-borne pathogens that may cause even more problems. Infected ticks are not limited to the Northeast but are found throughout the US. More than 300,000 Americans are infected every year – 10 times more than previously believed. Learn about natural ways to approach the disease.

Introduction to the Byron White Formulas and Their Use in Lyme Disease

Dr. Anderson uses formulas known as the Byron White Formulas to address not only Lyme disease, but the co-infections which typically are present in most Lyme cases.

Lyme Disease: Misdiagnosed, Underreported, and Epidemic

Lyme disease is an epidemic larger than AIDS, West Nile Virus, and Avian Flu combined with 325,000 new cases reported each year.

Lyme Disease Workshop

There are many problems confronting Lyme disease physicians seeking to help their patients. The threats to freedom in medicine posed by insurance companies, medical boards and peer review were covered in detail with examples.

American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) Lyme Disease Seminar

Lyme syndrome is a disease that results from a tick bite. It is also known as the “great imposter” since it mimics over 350 different medical conditions including, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, CPC, Lupus, reactive arthritis, Reiter's syndrome, vasculitis, chronic neck pain, chronic back pain, MS, ALS, dementia, Alzheimer's, chronic headache, migraines, Crohn's, interstitial cystitis, chronic sinusitis, chronic bronchitis and asthma.