We welcome a world leader in this field to the podcast, Dr. Nancy O’Hara.
Season highlights and a link to our podcast survey.
Gaining ground through research and collaboration.
We are approaching the end of Season 4, and Looking at Lyme is looking for your feedback in our new podcast survey! We have interviewed so many interesting guests over the past few years: it’s hard to believe that we are finishing up our 4th Season with our 55th podcast! We want to hear from…
Geneticks is offering industry pricing for businesses interested in the option of tick testing for their employees.
A growing concern for many outdoor workers across the country is the risk of a tick encounter in their workplace. Fortunately there are steps that employers and employees can take to reduce the risk of tick bites and tick-borne illnesses. Increased awareness is an important first step, and creating and implementing policies in the workplace…
Ticks can be found in our backyards, parks and school grounds, and for thousands of Canadians, they can also be found in their workplace.
When it comes to Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses, prevention is paramount! There are some basic steps you can take to protect yourself and your family, including applying insect repellent before going outdoors. Keeping a supply of insect spray near the door, in your pack and in your car makes that important step even…
In this podcast, Sarah is joined by two Canadian women who have joined forces to create, research, and sell tick repellants made without harsh chemicals.
CanLyme is grateful to outgoing ILADS Executive Director Barbara Buchman for 20 years of service! Thank you for your support in training Canadian healthcare professionals. CanLyme has provided training grants to Canadian healthcare professionals to attend ILADS training and conferences over the past few years. Barbara Buchman helped facilitate this process and we appreciated her…
As we approach the end of the year, the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation & Lyme Education, Awareness, & Prevention (LEAP) Team would like to wish you all an enjoyable and safe holiday season and give thanks for helping create the kind of impact that changes the world.
Thank you to all of the listeners, donors, and healthcare professionals who joined us in 2022.
Dr. Trout Fryxell talks about tick biology, tick populations in the southeastern US, and strategies to keep ticks away from people in our backyards and school yards.
In part 2, Dr. Nathan talks about Bartonella, helpful strategies for treating tick-borne illnesses, resources for a deeper dive into the diagnosis and treatment mold, Lyme disease and multiple chemical sensitivities.
The Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation promotes research, education, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and tick-borne diseases and has supported Canadians for over two decades.