Lyme disease can sometimes be diagnosed with antibody tests but is often diagnosed by your symptoms. New diagnostic tests are being developed.
There’s research that Lyme disease shows up in our bodily fluids, but little that it’s contagious. Here’s how you can and cannot get Lyme disease.
Live well with Lyme disease by following these recommendations for emotional, physical, and mental wellness.
Lyme disease is typically treated with antibiotics, but your main symptoms may dictate what exactly that antibiotic is and how it's delivered.
At-home tests can help you stay healthy. We reviewed the best at-home Lyme disease tests, so you can determine if you have this tick-borne illness.
After getting treated for Lyme disease, some people get post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome (PTLDS) or chronic Lyme disease. Learn more.
Reducing your exposure to ticks is the best defense against Lyme disease. There are many approaches you can use to lower your risk of tick bites.
Symptoms of Lyme disease can include a rash called erythema migrans and flu-like symptoms, such as fever, headache, chills, body aches, and fatigue.
If you’re concerned you may have undiagnosed Lyme disease, here are the symptoms you need to watch for and information on how common untreated Lyme disease is.
Lyme disease can affect a child’s skin, joints, cognitive function, and body systems. Learn how to treat and prevent the disease for young children.