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    ·NatCapLyme Board Member Dies from Lyme Disease at 442015-04-23 14:05:27
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     Video: Avril Lavigne opens up about Lyme disease battle

    Lyme in CanadaLymeblog News
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    Lexington, KY USA
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    Avril Lavigne opens up about Lyme disease battle on Good Morning America
    “They would pull up their computer and be like, ‘Chronic fatigue syndrome.’ Or, ‘Why don't you try to get out of bed, Avril, and just go play the piano?’ It's like, ‘Are you depressed?’”



    “I'm about halfway through my treatment,” the Canadian singer said in an interview with ABC News’ Jesse Palmer. "I'm doing a lot better. Seeing a lot of progress. ... I'm just really grateful to know that, like, I will make [a] 100 percent recovery."

    After being misdiagnosed, bedridden for 5 months, told it was all in her head, and improperly treated Lavigne found a specialist who istreating her with a regime that includes antibiotics and lots of rest.

    “There is hope. Lyme disease does exist. And ... (Read More)

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     Control Japanese Barberry - Stop Spread of Lyme Diseases

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    A nature-themed drama is unfolding in a corner of the UConn Forest in Storrs. The story contains elements of surprise as well as a glimpse of the region’s agrarian past.


    Tom Worthley, assistant extension professor, strips a shoot from a Barberry bush, revealing a distinctive yellow interior. (Ariel Dowski '14 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

    Tom Worthley, assistant extension professor, strips a shoot from a Barberry bush, revealing a distinctive yellow interior. (Ariel Dowski '14 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)


    The protagonist in the drama is the invasive Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii), and Tom Worthley, assistant extension professor in the Department of Extension in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, provides a couple of interesting twists in the plot as he explains why eliminating the pest will also help control the spread of the tick-borne diseases of Lyme, granulocytic anaplasmosis, and babesiosis.


    The UConn Forest as Laboratory


    The forest landscape at the edge of the UConn campus replicates that which is found throughout New England. There, Worthley, along with colleagues Scott Williams, adjunct professor in UConn’s Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, and Jeffrey Ward, from the Department of Forestry and Horticulture at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven, are studying the problems brought about by the presence of this invasive species.


    In a joint project funded in part by an innovation grant from the Natural Resources Conservation Service, part of USDA, the three researchers are attempting to find ways to return the forest ecosystem to its natural state.

    Tom Worthley reaches for a berry on a Japanese Barberry bush in the UConn Forest near Horsebarn Hill. (Ariel Dowski '14 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

    Tom Worthley reaches for a berry on a Japanese Barberry bush in the UConn Forest near Horsebarn Hill. (Ariel Dowski '14 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)


    Worthley explains that the Japanese Barberry was brought to this country because it is an attractive, hardy plant that requires little maintenance. It is deer-resistant and it thrives in old, abandoned farm fields that have reverted to woods, such as those found in the UConn Forest. For years the plant was considered to be a positive addition to the region’s rural and urban landscape.


    Worthley says Barberry was introduced to the United States in 1875 but it wasn’t considered a problem until the 1980s, when it began to spread and take the place of native plants. Now it is found in 31 states. Connecticut is one of 17 states where it adapted to local conditions with such a vengeance that it is now considered invasive.


    Adds Ward, “You can see how it crowds out native plants, but it also does something else that’s not so obvious to the casual observer. Most people are surprised to learn that earthworms aren’t native to New England. The Barberry creates a perfect environment for them, and then they eat the leaf litter that’s important in maintaining healthy hydrologic conditions. These worms have big appetites and when the litter layer gets eaten we see gullies forming, sediment washing into streams, soil chemistry changing … all sorts of negatives that you don’t see in a healthy forest ecosystem.”


    In addition to attracting earthworms, the Barberry creates a perfect, humid environment for ticks. Williams recites the numbers. ”When we measure the presence of ticks carrying the Lyme spirochete (Borrelia burgdorferi) we find 120 infected ticks where Barberry is not contained, 40 ticks per acre where Barberry is contained, and only 10 infected ticks where there is no Barberry.”


    Deer are often considered to be the prime source in spreading Lyme disease because they act as hosts to adult ticks; however they are not the only culprit in the forest. Since mice love the Barberry’s habitat as much as the hungry little arachnids do, they are an efficient vector for distributing immature ticks, those in their nymph stage, over a wide area.


    And, although the prevalence of B. burgdorferi infection in adult ticks is twice that found in nymphs, it is estimated that nymphs are responsible for 90 percent of human disease transmission. This is due to their abundance, and because they feed in the summer when people are most apt to be involved in outdoor activities.


    Putting Fire to Good Use


    In order to change the dynamics, Worthley, Williams, and Ward have launched an educational effort that includes instructions for individuals, non-profits, and municipalities on how to get rid of the Barberry. They have given numerous field workshops and dozens of other consultations where they’ve discussed strategies for control, including mechanical mowing with a drum chopper or brush saw, the use of herbicides at appropriate levels, and the use of fire. It is the latter approach that garners the most attention.

    Jeffrey Ward of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiement Station demonstrates the use of a propane torch to control Barberry. (Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Ward)

    Jeffrey Ward of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiement Station demonstrates the use of a propane torch to control Barberry. (Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Ward)


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     Federal Bill to Strengthen Lyme Disease Prevention, Education, and Research

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    June 8. 2015
    Lexington, KY USA
    By Mac McDonald, MA, CCE
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    Blumenthal, Ayotte, Colleagues Introduce Bill to Strengthen Lyme Disease Prevention, Education, and Research, Following Lyme Awareness Month

    CDC estimates nearly 300,000 Americans contract Lyme disease annually


    95% of Lyme disease cases occur in Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, Delaware, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Vermont, Virginia, New Jersey, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin


    (Washington, DC) – Today, Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Kelly Ayotte (R.-N.H.) introduced legislation to increase public awareness and strengthen efforts to combat tick-borne diseases - a significant threat to public health. The Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Prevention, Education, and Research Act of 2015 would help ensure the necessary resources are dedicated to fighting tick-borne diseases.

    Blumenthal said, “Now that the weather is warmer, people will be spending much more time outdoors. Unfortunately, more time outside – especially in wooded areas that are so common in my home state of Connecticut – also means more exposure to tick-borne illnesses, like Lyme disease – a pernicious and insidious public health threat. I am proud of re-introduce a measure that will address the need for a strong national effort to fight these diseases as they become more rampant in the warmer months. By making improvements to reporting methods and diagnostic tools, as well as creating a national advisory body that brings together patients, scientists, and policymakers, this legislation will make critical improvements to prevention and treatment methods.”

    Ayotte said, “According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2013, New Hampshire had the second highest incidence rate of Lyme disease in the country.  Our legislation will help address this troubling statistic by creating a strong national effort to fight this disease, which is dangerous if untreated.  Our bill would create a Tick-Borne Diseases Committee comprised of physicians, scientific experts, patients, and Lyme advocates to focus on improving reporting methods, developing better diagnostic tools, ensuring better coordination of efforts, and working to improve prevention and treatment methods related to Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.”

    Joining Blumenthal and Ayotte as co-sponsors are U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), 
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     Tick Activity Project for England and Wales Seeks Tick Collectors

    Lyme in the UKLymeblog News
    June 5. 2015
    Lexington, KY USA
    By Mac McDonald, MA, CCE
    Editor Lymeblog News

    The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Project Research Unit (HPRU) in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections at the University of Liverpool (in partnership with Public Health England) are looking for some special volunteers to collect ticks.

    The volunteers will conduct field surveys of ticks at a site near their home weekly, or fortnightly, as their schedule permits.  

    The field surveys with take place between late February and late November. 

    The data will become a part of the nationwide network of sampling sites which will provide essential information on tick activity, locations and risks to the public from tick bites and Lyme disease. 

    In recent years, tick surveillance studies have suggested that the main vector of Lyme disease in Europe, Ixodes ricinus commonly known as the Sheep tick and the most common tick species in the UK, is expanding its distribution throughout England and Wales. 

    Likewise, the numbers of reported Lyme disease cases have increased steadily in the past decade.

    Ticks are very sensitive to climate and it is possible that a changing climate in the UK may lead to an increase in expansion and abundance of this tick, as well as the potential establishment of other non-native species.
    Please contact HPRU now to participate.

    The aim of this study is to conduct field surveys throughout England and Wales and in doing so:


              
    • Assess the seasonal activity of Ixodes ricinus in England and Wales

    • Identify changes in weather and climate variables that might impact on the tick’s lifecycle

    • Use climate based models to develop forecasting tools to predict Lyme disease risk to the public

    • Raise public awareness on the risks of tick bites and tick-borne disease, specifically Lyme disease in the UK

    Most who enjoy any sort of outdoor activity will be familiar with ticks. These small arthropods, which are related to ...
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     VIDEO: "What is Lyme Disease" from the Lyme Action Network

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    May 28. 2015
    Lexington, KY USA
    By Mac McDonald, MA, CCE
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    A short, informative video about Lyme disease from the Lyme Action Network.


    Script by Holly Ahern, Professor of Microbiology SUNY AdirondackQueensbury, NY

    Produced by Pepe Productions for the

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