We Hate Ticks, Too. Here’s How to Protect Yourself, Prevent Bites, and Treat Disease.
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We Hate Ticks, Too. Here’s How to Protect Yourself, Prevent Bites, and Treat Disease.

  • Based on information available via the National Center for Biotechnology Information, we have removed the link to the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) physician finder. We have also removed a source who is heavily associated with this society.

By  Annemarie Conte Doug Mahoney

The mere thought of ticks makes our skin crawl. These vile little creatures transmit diseases such as Lyme, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and the rare (but disconcertingly quaintly named) Heartland virus. Symptoms of tick-borne illnesses can range from swollen joints to meat allergies. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of reported cases of Lyme disease has tripled since the 1990s, and there are about 50,000 cases of tick-borne illnesses diagnosed every year. Lyme, which is the most prevalent tick-borne disease in the US, is potentially debilitating and can be difficult to diagnose—just ask the trifecta of pop stars, Justin Bieber, Avril Lavigne, and Shania Twain, all of whom are Canadians living in the US (weird!) who have dealt with the aftereffects of undiagnosed Lyme.  (See link for article)



Hopefully this article and the censorship within it helps explain the current state of affairs – and this includes information about COVID and other diseases.  We can no longer blindly trust government public health ‘authorities’ and mainstream media to present an accurate and fair analysis of anything.  They are hopelessly riddled with conflicts of interest and are bought out.

While the subject matter on tick prevention is decent enough, the accepted “experts”, part of The Cabal, do not recommend you test the tick that bit you.  Well, of course they would state this.  They just don’t believe Lyme/MSIDS is a big deal and heaven forbid it comes back positive, which they state is most probably a “false” positive. 

Interestingly, everyone agrees that prompt diagnosis and treatment makes all the difference, yet The Cabal still follows an outdated “wait and see” approach which continues to maim patients.  While they will dole out antibiotics for years for acne, they all of a sudden worry about giving 3 weeks worth of antibiotics for infections spread by ticks that can be fatal.

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