LYME AND RELATED WEBSITES
Vist Linda Heming's Blogsite on Lyme Community Forums
Visit the website of Dr. Sandra Mannelli (Psych Sense) at http://guiltedgirls.tripod.com/
Visit The Greater Hartford Lyme Disease Support Group website at www.ctlymedisease.org. This is a great resource from the heart of tick country, Connecticut. This support group is run by Randy and Laura Sykes, a couple who have devoted countless hours to helping Lyme patients. Despite living with Lyme disease, they have worked tirelessly with the government of Connecticut to make changes in their state and nationwide. Thank you, Randy and Laura, for the DVD's and all you have and are doing for people afflicted with tick-borne infections.
Visit Hope to Heal Lyme at www.hopetoheallyme.com
Visit Illinois Lyme at www.illinoislyme.com
Visit Author Jerry Leonard's website at www.winstonsmith.net
Visit Miguel Perez-Lizano's website at www.kaiserpapers.org
Lyme Aid Parents is for parents who have children
with Lyme disease. Children with Lyme disease, and their parents, face unique
challenges and situations. Lyme Aid Parents is a place for parents to come
together and discuss these challenges and situations, to find support among
others and to seek advice from those who have an intimate knowledge of this
Visit the Lyme Disease Foundation at www.lyme.org
Visit Lymeblog at www.lymeblog.com
Visit www.LymeLeague.com, an international Lyme disease website created by author PJ Langhoff. We wish to thank PJ for expanding our knowledge of Lyme disease and its devastating effects upon families in her recently-published book entitled The Singing Forest, A Journey Through Lyme Disease. You may purchase her book at http://www.lulu.com/lyme.
Visit Lyme Society at www.lymesociety.com
Visit Sue Vogan's website at www.suevogan.com
Visit Lyme Support at www.lymesupport.net
Visit the Michigan Lyme Disease Association at www.mlda.org
Visit the National Capital Lyme Disease Association at www.natcaplyme.org
also the Pediatric Network which
provides online support for CFS, FM, OI, and most recently, Lyme,
since many of us started out with other diagnoses. Mary Robinson,
co-founder, provides great support and information.
Visit Ticked Off and Fed Up (TOFU) at www.tickedoffandfedup.com
Contact the Webmaster by clicking HERE.