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Ixodus ricinus tick, which spreads Lyme disease in Europe. Richard Bartz

Lyme disease: a ticking time bomb

How a microbe from the ice age could wreck your life – and how to protect yourself.
No, not that kind of lime: the disease is named after a town in the US where the disease was first recognised.

Explainer: what is Lyme disease and does it exist in Australia?

The debate about Lyme disease and its presence in Australia has occupied media headlines and the minds of scientists and health professionals for over three decades.
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, which is carried by ticks. Mike K/Flickr

Lyme-like disease may result from related unknown bacteria

A government investigation into whether Lyme disease exists in Australia and how to treat it has ended without being able to resolve the issues. But there is a plausible explanation for why people here…

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