Lauren Hudson was tasked with aligning the resource with the provincial curriculum.
On season three of Looking at Lyme we’ll meet a cardiologist who has developed a new protocol for diagnosing and treating Lyme, we’re going all the way to Germany to learn about blood testing for Lyme disease, and don’t miss out on our interview with a world renown brain scientist who had a massive stroke then studied her recovery.
Nurses can teach about ways to prevent tick encounters, do tick checks, assess for the myriad of symptoms for Lyme disease, and share what they have learned wherever they go.
Tim Cormode takes his tick kit with him every time he goes mountain biking or takes his daughter and dog out for a walk.
Vett, and her dynamic research team, is currently working on a local maritime initiative testing ticks for various pathogens.
Prevention helps to avoid potential health risks, including a daily tick check in order to reduce the risk of contracting Lyme disease.
Elizabeth May has served as leader of the Green Party of Canada from 2006 to 2019 and has been the Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands since 2011.
In the last several weeks, in part due to Lyme Awareness Month, and in part due to the release of Geneticks’ map, and in part due to the release of our Educators’ Resource, we received quite a few media hits.
We’re on a break but we are getting ready for season three and we want to share our excitement with you. We have so many new excellent interviews lined up and will continue to dive into the science with leading experts.
CanLyme is excited to announce the launch of the updated and revised resource for educators who teach in the outdoor classroom.
We are giving away ten free tick removal kits, courtesy of CanLyme! Pack this in your backpack or in your first aid kit and take it on adventures with you.
Many patients with Lyme disease and co-infections such as Bartonella experience the effects of inflammation in the brain and central nervous system. One of the chapters of Dr. Bock’s latest book, Brain Inflamed, is dedicated to the effect of Lyme disease and co-infections in the brain.
Many Lyme patients have challenges with equilibrium and balance, both of which are influenced by vision and depth perception.
Do you know a tree planter who’s getting ready to head out into the wilderness?
The second episode of Looking at Lyme features an interview with Justin Wood, founder of Geneticks Canada. In this episode, Justin takes us deep into the world of ticks.