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Our Wake Up To Lyme Animation and Video Work

For our Wake Up To Lyme campaign this year, we’ve created several animations and a video to help spread our message of tick bite prevention and Lyme disease awareness. We started off with our campaign introduction video… Caroline Fearnley, our Social Media Manager, commissioned this piece which was created by […]

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Fundraising News Ahead of Lyme Disease Awareness Month

With Lyme Disease Awareness Month on the horizon, we wanted to take a moment and thank a few people for their recent fundraising activity in aid of Lyme Disease UK. First up is Georgia Madden who nominated us for a Virtual Runner UK race. More than 250 people signed up […]

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Lyme Disease Sufferers Take Part in Invisible Disabilities Week

Late stage Lyme disease can often be an invisible illness. Managing debilitating symptoms whilst looking well on the outside can be hugely challenging for sufferers. We want to help people understand that it is possible to be very unwell with Lyme disease and co-infections, even though we may look well […]

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The Impact of Covid-19 Lockdown by Julia Knight

Many people who are already chronically ill with Lyme disease or other illnesses were bed-bound or housebound before the Covid-19 restrictions and lockdown became part of daily life. If Lyme disease is left untreated, it can result in long term damage to the joints, heart and nervous system and this […]

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Lyme Disease and Female Identity

Today is International Women’s Day; a global day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. On this special day, Lyme Disease UK would like to recognise the female members of our online community, who make up a staggering 78% of our numbers! This high percentage is reflective […]

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Lyme Disease and Fertility

Facing a diagnosis of Lyme disease brings with it many unique challenges. The most immediate questions raised by a female patient will likely be “How will I get better?” or “What can I do to manage my symptoms?”, but once the shock of this initial period has eased, a patient […]

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