Deerbusters sat down with Daniel Cameron, MD. to discuss the dangers of ticks and Lyme Disease. We met with him at his medical practice in Mt. Kisco, NY.
Watch what he has to say about tick disease:
Dr. Daniel Cameron, MD, MPH, is a nationally recognized leader for his expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses. For more than 30 years, he has been treating adolescents and adults suffering from Lyme disease.
Lyme Disease is not something to shrug off; it's a debilitating disease that leaves many bed-ridden, sore, weak and unable to do things they once were able to do. Lyme Disease is just one tick disease that is caused by a tick bite. It is the most common of the tick illnesses which is why we [...]
Published Originally On May 19, 2017 By Fox NewsA mother in Oregon shared an alarming video of her young daughter struggling to stand after she was unknowingly bit by a tick, and the footage has since gone viral on Facebook. Amanda Lewis, who lives in eastern Oregon with her husband, Lantz, their their daughter. Evelyn, [...]
LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MICH. - Livingston County health officials say a deer tick carrying Lyme disease was discovered by a county resident last week, and they are warning residents to take steps to prevent tick bites."We can definitively say Lyme disease has been discovered in the county," Chelsea Moxlow, a spokesperson for Livingston County Health Department, [...]
Lyme Disease Awareness Month is an observance month in May that raises funds for research of Lyme, educational opportunities and organized events. May is the heart of tick season; and it's important to get the facts about ticks and Lyme Disease. Here are top 10 facts about Lyme Disease:1) Lyme Disease is a bacterial disease caused [...]
Fact: There are over 899 species of ticks wandering throughout the world including the Black-legged Tick, Lone Star Tick, and the American Dog Tick. Ticks stay alive by attaching themselves to warm-blooded hosts - a human, deer or dog; and they all have a 50% chance of carrying bacterium diseases. Some states have reported more [...]
As we close November, you may be noticing changes in both foliage and temperature. The leaves have already turned from vibrant green to rustic shades of red; and their may even be snow on the ground. Deer are standing out more behind trees without leaves to camouflage them. While they are actively searching for food, [...]