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Kerryblue
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Hi, [hi] 1 of most recent news I get daily is found on honeysuckle so the means just about anything probably could carry Lyme. They know flies do, prob. why equine Lyme. I imagine mosquito`s do makes sense it is known to be blood transferred.
Say Lyme is now growing out control in Ohio.Ohio university believe found new strain.
Yikes, It everywhere, No wonder fastest growing epidemic in WORLD. [confused]
Many deny as my friend does comes from upstate(Lyme Country),N.Y.
How many? We have no idea especially if true they feel & studying auto Immune, now really Lyme.
Really out control is~nt it???
Huggggssss,To all in need,Kerry [group hug]

Also found genetic blueprint will post.

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disturbedme
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What was found on honeysuckle? Lyme spirochete??

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I did a google search of: honeysuckle Lyme

It appears that they have found that areas of honeysuckle growth cause destruction of local plant and animal diversity, and these areas attract whitetail deer foraging.

According to the researcher, where the deer forage in honeysuckle, there are more disease-carrying ticks that can be found questing in the overgrowth.

"Invasive shrub increases risk of human disease"

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/notrocketscience/2010/10/11/invasive-shrub-increases-risk-of-human-disease-via-ticks-deer-and-bacteria/

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N0-not found on honeysuckle.

The honeysuckle is attracting the deer.

So, the theory is more honeysuckle= more deer= more Lyme.


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What was found on honeysuckle? Lyme spirochete??


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Hi, Kitty9309, Yes most likely excuse. But deer is far from our only problem now that carry Lyme & Honeysuckle used to love honeysuckle. Sure this will be far from only plants,trees etc.
800 ticks on 1 ear.Yeash (they found)
lots of bugs,birds etc. that pass along with deer, then infected & pass on, & on ,&ON....Out of control as said fastest growing epidemic in world still hidden. Arghhhhhh, OR treatment for most of us who unable to get or afford.
My treatment was 10,000 for 1 month on pic line. Only once allowed no follow up Dr. too scared I am sure.
Huggggssss,To all in need??Kerry

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