Coral Springs, FL, March 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The producers of Health Briefs TV are pleased to present a series on Lyme disease. As winter slowly fades into spring, more people will head outdoors to enjoy the beauty of nature, and possibly be affected by a deer tick bite. Untreated bites can develop into Lyme disease which can produce debilitating symptoms. The compelling program shares useful information on the prevention of deer tick bites, how to identify a bite, and what to do if bitten in an upcoming segment to air later this fall on most cable television networks.
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