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Lyme Disease
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Ronald Stram, M.D. Sunday, May 06, 2018 Conferences  Lyme Disease  Preventative Health  Ronald L. Stram MD 

Lyme "Did You Know" facts.

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Rebecca Rice L.Ac., MSAOM Sunday, May 06, 2018 Acupressure Points  Acupuncture  Acupuncture, Community  Lyme Disease  Traditional Chinese Medicine 

Using acupuncture for symptom relief from Lyme and other TBD's.

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Liza Pollock L.Ac, M.Ac.O.M. Sunday, May 06, 2018 Lyme Disease  Nutrition  Preventative Health  Traditional Chinese Medicine 

Integrating Chinese Medicine for the treatment of Lyme.

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Ronald Stram, M.D. Friday, May 04, 2018 Lyme Disease  Preventative Health  Ronald L. Stram MD 

Highlights from the Focus on Lyme conference 2018.

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Nadine Stram Sunday, August 06, 2017 Integrative Medicine  Lyme Disease  Preventative Health 

LymeSeq, the new Lyme test, will detect the presence of multiple strains of Lyme bacteria, plus all major co-infections as well as non-Lyme causes of diseases like Influenza and Staph.

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Kirsten Carle N.D. Sunday, July 09, 2017 Conferences  General  Lyme Disease  Naturopathy  Preventative Health 

Several Stram Center providers attended the Forum for Integrative Medicine conference in San Francisco. What they learned was invaluable.

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By: Ronald L. Stram, MD Friday, June 16, 2017 Diet and Prevention  Lyme Disease  Nutrition  Nutrition, Food as Medicine  Preventative Health  Ronald L. Stram MD 

Here are some food suggestions for fighting Lyme Disease, and what foods to avoid -- taken directly from Dr. Stram’s PowerPoint presentation to Core Life Eatery’s sold out audience on June 13th in Vestal, NY.

We hope this information will help you in your quest to overcome Lyme!

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Kirsten Carle N.D. Sunday, May 07, 2017 General  Lyme Disease  Preventative Health 

We know this must sound strange, but save your ticks! Saving your ticks and sending them out to be tested is one of the most effective measures to find out just what type of infection that tick could be carrying.

If you get bit by a tick, remove it safely and carefully. Then, place it in a ziplock baggy with a moist cotton ball. You can visit www.tickreport.com to read more about where to send your ticks and how much it costs. Results typically come back within a few days to a week.

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