A young Black Isle woman who battled for three years to get a Lyme disease diagnosis is continuing her fight to raise awareness of the illness – and she plans to write a second book about it.
A campaign has been launched aimed at improving the way a potentially debilitating bacterial infection is combated in Scotland.
A mother has described how a debilitating condition she suspects to be Lyme disease has left her unable to perform basic tasks.
It is a disease that starts from an innocuous tick bite, but can have serious complications if not treated quickly.
Getting bitten by a tick is a bit like playing Russian roulette, but the odds of avoiding Lyme Disease are in our favour, according to a Highland GP.
A grant from the European Space Agency could help a group of Highland agencies battle a potentially debilitating disease caused by tick bites.