Keep Your Kids Safe From Lyme Disease

Summer is in full swing and so is Lyme Disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 25,000 to 30,000 cases of the infection are reported annually. Ick! And with your little dudes playing outside, infection is a real risk.Symptoms can often be mistaken for other common illnesses, like a cold or flu, and the telltale bulls-eye rash is only present in 20-30% of the cases. To make matters worse, tests aren’t always accurate because it takes 4-6 weeks post infection for your body to crank out enough antibodies to be detectable. Sigh....more