Loudoun Lyme 10k/5k/1k – Raising Awareness for Lyme Disease

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  1. Natalie says:

    Wear long sleeves that button at the wrist.

  2. Katherine Carlson says:

    Lyme disease has surpassed AIDS as the #1 infectious disease in America. I did not know that.

  3. My daughter suffered from Lyme so I’m totally in!

  4. I just found out that my cousin was diagnosed with Lyme disease. And she is so young, 22 yrs old. I didn’t know there was a race to raise awareness to Lyme disease.

  5. Hi Katie,
    I have seen how lyme disease impacted the health of friends and family members. It is so important to raise awareness about causes and symptom of this serious disease and to help support research to find a cure. Thank you for spreading awareness about Lyme disease at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop! I’m pinning and sharing!

  6. Nancy Andres says:

    Dear Katie, Great blog about Lyme Disease prevention and awareness. I think it’s so important to know as much as we can about any dis-ease. Thanks for spreading the word. I pinned it and posted it on Google+. I read it at the Live It Up at the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party Blog Hop #60. Look for my blog post there too or see it @
    http://www.nancyandreswriter.com/colors-of-joy-blog/. Warm regards, Nancy Andres, Author of “Colors of Joy: A Woman’s Guide for Self-Discovery, Balance, and Bliss.”

  7. Lyme Disease is no joke. One of the kids in the other neighborhood got lyme disease from playing on their trampoline which is next to a wooded area. We have a bunch of deers around here so there is an abundance of deer ticks too. This race is for a great cause. #wowlinkup

  8. Chip Mullins Jr says:

    My mom had Lymes disease so I’d like to run this one to help raise awareness.

  9. I didn’t realize how prevalent Lyme disease was in Loudoun County, nor how difficult it is to diagnose. Yikes!

  10. Thanks for lyme disease tutorial. I remember in 1990’s there was a pop singer on the way up and she got lyme disease and it actually destroyed her career. #wowlinkup

  11. shathi says:

    I’ve heard about a new ultraviolet machine called the UVLRx that’s being used for Lyme patients. It uses a fiber optic thread which is inserted directly into the vein and the treatment lasts for an hour, so all the blood is treated. Has anyone tried this?

  1. April 6, 2015

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