Having children has been the most rewarding and hardest jobs I have ever done. After receiving an email from a fellow Mom in my community about this, I had to help get the word out about this. Her three children have all been infected with Lyme Disease, one severely.
Since ticks are a daily nuisance here in Rockingham County, it is a part of life that I want to be more informed about and learn how to prevent Lyme Disease from infecting my family. I was glad to hear that the middle school that my son goes to has been extremely supportive of this woman and helped make adjustments for her sick son that she said "went above and beyond". I was brought to tears when she said that the teachers sometimes went to her house to tutor him when he was too sick to attend school. It made me proud to be part of this community and grateful to have 3 healthy children of my own. Please pass this information on to all.
Let's help this Mom get the word out about this epidemic. Should you have any friends that are politically connected, perhaps you could forward this to them as well.
Thank you all - hope your day is great!
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UNDER OUR SKIN:
An eye-opening documentary about Lyme Disease that will surely get under yours
Free showing at Stratham Cooperative Middle School April 23, 6:30-8:30
If you have Lyme Disease, want to support someone who is infected, or would like to understand the controversy surrounding diagnosis and treatment of this epidemic, please attend a free viewing of the award-winning documentary, UNDER OUR SKIN, on April 23rd from 6:30-8:30 at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham, New Hampshire.
A dramatic tale of microbes, medicine & money, this eye-opening film investigates the untold story of Lyme disease, an emerging epidemic larger than AIDS. UNDER OUR SKIN is a powerful look not only at the science and politics of the disease, but also the personal stories of those whose lives have been affected and nearly destroyed. From a few brave doctors who risk their medical licenses, to patients who once led active lives but now can barely walk, the film uncovers a hidden world that will astound viewers.
This movie will educate Seacoast families as they ponder how best to protect their loved ones from the proliferation of infected ticks in Rockingham County. It will prompt questions one might ask if bitten by a tick or diagnosed with Lyme. It may also motivate viewers to urge elected officials to support federal legislation that broadens the diagnosis guidelines and increase research and education funding for Lyme. Visit http://www.underourskin.com/watch.html to see the movie trailer. For more information, call Julie Hall, Kensington Elementary School Enrichment Coordinator, at 603-772-1739.