Real Leaders podcast features Pete Najarian sharing his story, which has been deeply affected by Lyme
Lisa and Pete Najarian give advice on avoiding ticks when enjoying the fall season and info on the 2019 Twin Cities Lyme Foundation Annual In The LymeLyght Gala, Sept. 21.
May is the perfect time to educate yourself on preventing Lyme since it is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. Read and share this Health Journal story, written by our founder.
TCLF teams up with Athleta for 80-person yoga class and Lyme discussion at Mall of America, May 19 at 9:30am.
Lisa and Pete were on the couch at WCCO TV sharing three tips to avoid Lyme and reminding all to spread awareness this month.
Get to know TCLF’s Lyme Ambassador
Join executive director Lisa Najarian and clinicians from Newbridge Health & Wellness for a discussion on preventing and treating Lyme this season. LL Bean at the Mall of America, May 19 at 2pm central time.
Lisa Najarian joined WCCO AM radio just in time for spring weather, when ticks will be out in force. Listen and learn about Lyme facts most people don’t know.
Daughter of TCLF founder Lisa Najarian is using her run for Miss USA to spread awareness of Lyme disease.
TCLF raises awareness of Lyme disease all year long, even during the winter while ticks lay dormant, preparing to get active again in the spring. Here’s our executive director’s story and advice from her and her spouse about preventing, treating and living with Lyme.
Twin Cities Lyme Foundation has partnered with Coin Up, the easy, safe and fun way to support Lyme awareness and proper diagnoses all year long. With a one-time set-up, you can start rounding up your purchases to the nearest dollar and the difference can make a real difference in the lives of those affected by […]
TCLF founder shares her journey
Weather is factor in tick population
Fall sports another risk for Lyme
Founder spouse and foundation board member shares the Lyme story nationally
Fall means ticks – TCLF raises awareness at state fair
Lisa Najarian shares information about Lyme disease on a Twin Cities podcast. This was a segment in “The BS Show,” which can be downloaded at thebsshow.net as well as iTunes, Stitcher and playerfm.
There’s nothing Gelfand knows better than disease. It’s just that medical research tends to take place before noon. It’s a shame, because Lyme needs all the research it can get. You may not be a Gelfand, but you can still help by donating to the Twin Cities Lyme Foundation. Lyme, not Lyme’s.
Lyme disease has become one of the fastest growing epidemics in the nation. Join Lisa Najarian as she relates her story of battling Lyme disease and how she has started the Twin Cities Lyme Foundation in response.