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The problem with treating Lyme disease with antibiotics

An estimated 329,000 Americans are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year. The prevalence of the disease is also rising across the world. Once doubted as a “real” disease, Lyme is finally widely recognized as a very real condition that can have chronic consequences. One of those consequences is Lyme arthritis, which can cause swollen and painful joints. Antibiotics are commonly prescribed to treat Lyme arthritis, but a recent study shows they may not be as helpful as some believe.  Read more....



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