The Blurred Line Between Lyme Disease and Mental Illness

Giant Study Reveals Over 14% of The World Has Probably Had Lyme Disease

More than 1 in 7 people worldwide have had Lyme disease

What You Need to Know About Lyme Disease

Lyme and Other Tick-borne Diseases Are on the Rise--But Why?

Scientists Think They've Unlocked The Secret of Long-Term Lyme Disease Symptoms

Lyme-carrying ticks live longer—and could spread farther—thanks to warmer winters

Researchers discover a unique bacterial property, potential target for treating and diagnosing Lyme disease

Novel Lyme vaccine shows promise

First-Ever mRNA Vaccine for Lyme Disease Shows Promise in Guinea Pigs

Experimental mRNA Vaccine Not Yet Tested in Humans Protects Against Lyme Disease

mRNA vaccine against tick bites could help prevent Lyme disease

New anti-tick vaccine prevented Lyme disease (in guinea pigs)

A hope for Lyme disease? New vaccine targets ticks

Possible alternative treatment for Lyme disease

Drug treatment for Lyme disease could lead to its eradication

Human Lyme Borreliosis and Puumala hantavirus infection incidence follow rodent abundance variations in Northern Europe

Lyme disease heightens risk of mental disorders, suicidality

Whatever Happened to the Lyme Disease Vaccine? The complex downfall of LYMErix—and what’s coming next.

Ticks on a 'quest' for blood at California's beaches. Is Lyme disease a rising risk?