Adam's Fight with Lyme

Adam had just turned 6 years old.....A month into 6 years old, he came down with what, I thought, was the stomach flu. He was starting to get a headache, a fever over 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit), developing neck pain, and sound and light sensitivity. Despite fever-reducing, he was still in so much pain, we couldn't even have the lights on.  He did not eat, wasn't hungry or able to, and we were forcing him to drink fluids through a straw, something terribly wrong with my son.

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Never Give Up

You hear these words used every day and for many reasons. Anyone struggling with anything hears them: trouble with a subject in school, with a sport, a relationship, a new and unfamiliar task, virtually anything. As a medical professional, I used to say them to my patients every day for a number of reasons as well.

Ever since my Lyme Diagnosis, these words have taken on a whole new meaning, something bigger, with much more meaning than I have ever thought that they could be. Even more so than myself sometimes!

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Laughter is the best medicine: How one woman set out to raise awareness & laughter for Lyme disease.

On August 17, 2017, a comedy event was held at Tierney’s in Montclair New Jersey, to raise money for Lyme Warrior. There were four comedians who performed on stage and about 60-70 people were in attendance that night. Tickets sold for $10 and half of the proceeds were donated to Lyme Warrior. The total amount donated was $280. This event was organized by a young woman, Gee, who lives in Bloomfield, NJ.

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Kid's Lyme Prevention Education Program

Young warriors, wanting to participate, will receive a presentation kit complete with Ticks N All wipes, TickEase tweezers, and a presentation to help them teach their peers and community proper tick prevention and removal techniques. Beyond spreading awareness, young warriors will also get some cool gifts from Lyme Warrior for participating.

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