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Shania Twain
I was very scared for a little while that I wouldn't sing again, ever. I went through that moment, but I found a way. I found a way to do it.feedback
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Sep 22 2017
The latest person who has talked about Lyme disease is Debbie Gibson: “I've asked a lot of Alan. I had to take a day off this past week because I needed the rest. But I've realized if I don't take care of myself, I may be out of commission for three days instead of one. There are days where I've been feeling not so well and dealing with ankle pain and knee pain or something's not working right, but in pushing through it safely, that's when some of the best progress [is] made.”. You’ll find on this page all the other quotes of Debbie Gibson and all the other people that have spoken about Lyme disease. You can select these people and their quotes by date, by name, and you can easily have access to the articles from which they originated.
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Debbie Gibson

I am very competitive and it would be amazing to win, but showing up here today is actually a victory because I've been hibernating. It's time to put that behind me and find the joy in performing again.feedback

Debbie Gibson

I can learn choreography, but that's really different from being a technical dancer. So I have to really focus on just dancing alone, which is going to push me out of my comfort zone.feedback

Debbie Gibson

He's young and hungry and energetic. And that makes me feel hungry and energetic! I love working with him. He's so great.feedback

Debbie Gibson

It's a different challenge. I can't be cavalier with my body. I can't just push myself without thinking what what happens next. [Lyme Disease] can affect my stamina.feedback

Debbie Gibson

I've always been in tune with my body. But the last few years have helped me learn where I can push my limits. I'm going to choose to think of that as an advantage!feedback

Ivona Pandrea

I wouldn't recommend people getting bitten by ticks. They'll still get Lyme disease.feedback

Yolanda Hadid

All of a sudden all of the things we shared, all of the things we used to love to do together, go for walks in the morning, having a studio in the house and blasting music all day, having dinner parties, that all shut down. I couldn't participate in that life anymore.feedback

Linda Giampa

For some people, Lyme is easily treated but for others this disease is devastating. It's important to note that less than 50% of patients get a bullseye rash.feedback

Yolanda Hadid

As difficult as these past five years have been, I am so grateful that this journey has led me to living in the light. I have had it all and lost it all, only to realize that less is more, money can't buy you health or happiness, and one day at a time is good enough.feedback

John Caudwell

I am crystal clear this is one of the most dangerous illnesses to mankind today. Lyme disease is damaging hundreds of thousands of lives.feedback

Matthew Dryden

Nobody knows exactly why the figures are going up, but rising deer populations is a possible cause.feedback

Matthew Dryden

On one hand we need to be aware that tick bites can be dangerous but we also don't want to discourage people from enjoying the countryside.feedback

Matthew Dryden

In true Lyme disease, if the bacteria is allowed to spread through the body it can still be readily treated with an appropriate course of antibiotics. Some people who are treated can get persistent non-specific symptoms but they are in a very small minority and any number of infections can be the cause; Lyme disease will be to blame in a tiny minority of cases.feedback

Stella Huyshe-Shires

My GP didn't know what it was either. I couldn't even remember colleagues' names. There is also a lack of awareness among some GPs.feedback

Matt Dawson

I'd heard of Lyme disease before. It was something I'd always associated with places abroad – on the continent, in America, wherever there were deer. There's no way that I would've walked through a wood or a forest with my kids and gone back home and thought, right, I'll just check for some ticks just to make sure everything is fine. I just wouldn't have thought of that. These ticks carry some really quite potent, serious bacteria and they can cause you a lot of problems. Raising awareness of them is imperative.feedback

Jean-François Cosson

We're calling on citizens because we don't have thousands of students to send into the forest! And we need to know exactly where and when people are bitten, as well as studying the varieties of ticks.feedback

Edward Blundell

Let's let the scientists look at this and give them a mini-lab site here, so we felt our yard could be the mini-site.feedback

Richard Ostfeld

We want to do a better job and actually remove the threat from the neighborhoods, from the places where people are actually exposed to infected ticks.feedback

Nicholas Bennett

If you've been out in an endemic area, take a shower and change your clothes.feedback

Nicholas Bennett

Half the people who have clear Lyme don't remember getting bitten and never have a rash.feedback

Catherine Wiley

This spring definitely seems worse than others I remember. People are coming in from the yard with numerous ticks on them. Tick checks are top of the list: Look kids over or bathe them when they come in. Look in the hair, under arms, groin, waistline, around the ears, inside the belly button.feedback

Nicholas Bennett

We're likely to see more ticks, and a lot of us have already started seeing more tick-borne infections.feedback

Richard Ostfeld

Keep in mind the tremendous benefits that accrue from outdoor activities of all kinds. Reduce risks by using permethrin products on shoes and socks, doing tick checks, being aware of what the early symptoms are like and taking them seriously.feedback

Mark Soloski

Acute Lyme refers to the disease that occurs right after initial exposure. That's when people show up with a fever, muscle pain, rash, flu-like symptoms.feedback

Jonathan Patz

Any insect-borne disease is very sensitive to climate conditions. Warmer temperatures speed up the development of tick larvae and nymphs, and that can influence transmission dynamics. Modeling studies of climate change effects on Lyme disease show a northward expansion of the disease. Lyme is already moving north into Canada.feedback

Scott Santarella

What I say to that is when you have people who have the means to get themselves better and they can't, they become a loud voice for change. At the end of the day, many will benefit from wealthy people who can't get themselves or their children better. Anyone and everyone can get Lyme. No one is immune. If people knew that, they'd be much more willing to accept and support the efforts of people who are suffering from it and organizations like ours trying to solve the problem.feedback

Linda Giampa

We had already sold out the event for 350 people on that night when I was told. I asked if he would do it the next night and he graciously agreed. I think he just felt the time was right to talk about it.feedback

Alec Baldwin

I really thought this is it. I got the classic Lyme disease (symptoms) for each successive summer, for five years, every August, like these black lung, flu-like symptoms, sweating to death in my bed. The first round (was the worst), and then it diminished, at least that's how I perceived it. The first time was the worst of all. And I really thought this is it, I'm not going to live. I was alone, I wasn't married at the time, I was divorced from my first wife. I was lying in bed saying, I'm going to die of Lyme disease,' in my bed and 'I hope someone finds me and I'm not here for too long.feedback

Rafal Tokarz

Take precautions and be on the lookout for ticks whenever possible. Whether it's Powassan or something more common like Lyme or another tick-borne disease, you really don't want to get any of them.feedback

Rafal Tokarz

If it's 20 percent then your chances are one in five that the tick on you will give you Lyme.feedback

Ann Powers

It's quite possible that many, many more are infected and not identified because their symptoms are mild. Regarding the question of whether or not there will be a huge outbreak like there was with Lyme, I would hope not. We're trying to identify the trends that would signal that type of emergence.feedback

Chris Packham

As someone who has seen the impact of Lyme Disease on people with the illness and also being aware of the very widespread threat of tick-borne diseases like Canine Babesiosis across the Channel in France, I really want people to get behind the campaign to bring back mandatory tick treatment for dogs travelling abroad to reduce the risk of the further spread of these horrible, debilitating and potentially dangerous diseases to the UK. Whether you walk your dogs in urban parkland, woodland, heathland or open fields, ticks present a risk to our pets' health and ourselves.feedback

Natalie Morris

With an election looming we want protecting UK pets and borders against ticks to be on the agenda for the new Government team at DEFRA as after June 8th they start to reshape animal health policy in the UK in the build up to Brexit.feedback

Natalie Morris

Having seen an increase in tick numbers in the area I have worked since qualifying since 2013, this is something of real concern to myself, colleagues, our clients and their pets. The Brexit negotiations provide an opportunity to amend the Pet Travel Scheme but we feel we have to call on the Government to act now before it is too late. The results of the Big Tick Project showing that many of the dogs returning to the UK were carrying a tick, only emphasises the risk to our shores from new, exotic tick-borne disease.feedback

Richard Wall

The primary problem is deer, and anywhere that you have lots of deer, you get lots of ticks. The females feed on the deer and then produce lots of eggs. Dog owners should be careful if the are walking their pets in areas where deer are present and make sure they are treated with anti-tick treatments and avoid long grass.feedback

Tony Wyss-Coray

They're treating anybody–people with Lyme disease, Alzheimer's, people who are old and rich, whoever wants to get treated. They claim they're doing a clinical trial but I think every serious scientist agrees that this is abuse of the term. I think that they're harming the whole field.feedback

Charles Ericsson

We clearly need more research into how to deal with patients with this disease.feedback

Michael T. Melia - MedPage Today
Paul G. Auwaerter

Although the side effects were mostly minor, 68.6 percent of the patients reported at least one adverse reaction that was thought to be drug related, which should lessen the temptation among physicians to prescribe longer courses of antibiotics just in case they might help.feedback

Jeannine Petersen - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

This discovery adds another important piece of information to the complex picture of tick-borne diseases in the United States.feedback

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