Hope you have been having a decent week and that this weekend is a good one, too.
As for me... I have been either busy or markedly unwell during the past week and a half, thus the slow down in posting frequency here.
I think there's a correlation there, too: Any time I do not get enough rest and push a little more than I should, I end up paying for it. This has been what has happened recently, and today I had a really hard time getting out of bed.
Hopefully this weekend will be better.
Lyme Disease Research Scavenger Hunt Announcement
Regarding the Lyme Disease Research Scavenger Hunt, I am giving participants an additional week. Please submit your entries for Round Three no later than next Friday, October 14th, 12 am Hawaiian Time.
After the 14th, if no entries have been submitted for Round Four, I will post the answers for both Round Three and Round Four.
I expect the game will have a few more rounds through November, at which point the winner will get to pick the topic of their choice related to Lyme disease and coinfections which I will hand illustrate.
Request For Feedback: Vote For One Of Next Week's Post Topics
I'm outlining some upcoming topics for new posts and would like to hear from feedback from you.
Which of the following are of the most interest to you? How would you rank them in order of importance?
- Why is (or isn't) neuroborreliosis a big problem?
- Commentary: Scientific rigor and providing evidence for chronic Lyme disease
- Commentary: Why (and how) contracting Lyme disease has driven me crazy
- Lyme disease animal studies
- Part 2:The Value of Anecdotal Evidence (Here's a link to Part 1.)
- Other: _________________ (topic YOU think is important to read about)
Keeping it simple for now, narrowing it down to these few choices.
Okay, I'm going to call it a night. I'm tired.
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