Tio’s Links | Lyme Disease Links
Fred Basset Comic Strip- a new adventure every day! http://fredbasset.comicspage.com/
The Daily Drool – simply the best set of basset links and oddly related stuff that I have ever hunted up… http://www.dailydrool.com/
Dogpile – the multi search engine search engine. Go Fetch! http://www.dogpile.com/
Brutocao Cellars & Vineyards – Brutocao Cellars is a small, family owned winery located in Mendocino, and specializes in hand-crafted wines from thier estate vineyards. http://www.brutocaocellars.com/
Quivira – Legendary Wines – Quivira Vineyards, a Sonoma County family-owned winery, produces handcrafted, estate grown Dry Creek Valley wines including Zinfandel and Sauvignon Blanc. http://www.quivirawine.com/legendary.html
Welcome to Folie à Deux – Share the fantasy! Fine wines from Tio’s home vineyards. http://www.folieadeux.com/
Northern California Basset Hound Club – the official digs http://www.wco.com/~ncbhc/index.html
Beaumont the Unemployed Basset – Beaumont is a ten-year-old Basset Hound. He is currently unemployed and does not attend any school. Beaumont is an aimless loafer with no ambition in life who survives by mooching off of others. how typical….http://josh.hutchinson.net/beaumont/
DoggyWear.com Have your dog embrodered on stuff. http://www.doggywear.com/
PointReyes.net – Guide to Point Reyes National Seashore – Tio’s favorite beaches- you’ll find information on outdoor activities, wildlife, local businesses and more at Point Reyes National Seashore and surrounding areas. http://www.pointreyes.net/
The Lassie Network- Lassie’s home on the web! http://www.lassie.net/
The Olive Oil Source – So much information on Olive Oil that they even include US!!! http://www.oliveoilsource.com
Wine Country Living – cuz it’s the lifestyle dogs crave. http://www.winecountryliving.com/
The SLOW Food Movement – It’s about real food the real way. Highly recommended. http://www.slowfood.com/
The Mycological Society of San Francisco – oh funguys! oh funguys! http://www.mssf.org/
Sonoma MycologicalAssociation- hippies getting serious. Great local info. http://www.metro.net/greenman/SOMA/SOMA. html
The North America Mycological Societies – The complete list. http://www.mykoweb.com/na_mycos.html
Garland Truffles – Grow your own ?! http://www.garlandtruffles.com/
The Head of the Valley Co Ed Softball Team – Locals rule! Uhhh, they eat well… http://teamhv.homestead.com/home.html
The Pacific Coast Farmer’s Market Association – … the hand that feeds you. http://www.pcfma.com
The Vinegar Man – needs no explanation. http://www.vinegarman.com/
The World Footbag Association – Proustonian homage. http://www.worldfootbag.com/
Lyme Disease is a serious medical condition that is often overlooked, misdiagnosed, or misunderstood. When untreated, Lyme Disease develops into a lifelong, debilitating condition.
Education about Lyme Disease and advocacy for Lyme Disease patients is one of Tony Pennisi’s greatest personal causes. Or, as the Big Paw owner says, “I got it, so if you’re not careful, you’ll get it, too.”
Below you will find a list of helpful Lyme Disease resources. To help find a cure for this disease, please send your donations to the Lyme Disease Association.
California Lyme Disease Association (CALDA), formerly known as Lyme Disease Resource Center. CALDA is a non-profit corporation that acts as the central voice for all tick-borne disease issues in California and a supporting voice for national issues. Through advocacy and education of the public and health care professionals, CALDA seeks to prevent tick-borne diseases, encourage early diagnosis, and improve the quality of health care provided to people with tick-borne diseases. They publish the Lyme Times, an internationally acclaimed lay journal reporting the latest developments in the Lyme disease world and providing valuable information and resources to the public and healthcare community. www.LymeDisease.org
Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania Lyme disease reported in 46% of responding households in Pocopson Township. Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Inc. (LDASEPA) An all-volunteer, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people suffering from Lyme and other tick-borne diseases and preventing new cases through education, support research, and public information. We hold monthly meetings on third Wednesdays and hold one or two special seminars every year. See our website www.lymepa.org/ for details.
We have recently reprinted “The Basics” fourth edition with a generous grant from the national Lyme Disease Association. To date, over 66,000 copies of earlier editions have been distributed nationwide. “The Basics” has proved to be a big hit because it presents technical information about Lyme disease is a way that is easy to understand. Many doctors offer copies to their patients to aid in their education. People may obtain a free copy by visiting our web site at www.lymepa.org. Multiple copies of “The Basics”are available at cost.
Contact LDASEPA by visiting the web site, calling our phone number, 610-388-7333 or emailing [email protected].
Lyme Disease Network of New Jersey (LymeNet)
www.LymeNet.org provides links to many current News and Press Release articles; a discussion board to ask questions, to post comments, ask for local Lyme doctors, or to ask for advice from other Lyme patients; and a list of local support groups.
Texas Lyme Disease Association (TLDA)
The Association seeks to educate physicians and the public about Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illnesses, to be a rescue center for Lyme patients and their families, and to provide a network of support for the same.
- We collect and disseminate information about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease.
- We provide information, physician referral, support and networking for people with Lyme and their families via our website, local support meetings, an online user group t[email protected] (2003) and direct contact with our office.
- We hold monthly support meetings, one in North Austin and one in South Austin, and have speakers present at these meetings.
- Monitor Texas legislation than affects patients’ and doctors’ rights, insurance company practices, public health policies and keep affected persons informed of changes.
Time for Lyme (TFL)
Originally Greenwich Lyme Disease Task Force, TFL and LDA have worked together closely on issues of federal legislation and the ongoing formation of the Lyme Disease Center at Columbia University. The groups have partnered in fundraising efforts for the center. TFL is very active in Connecticut, meeting with state and federal officials and distributing educational materials. It has produced an educational video for use in the schools which is available for sale and it has raised significant funds for Lyme disease research through high profile fundraising events which have included a number of celebrities. TFL has established relationships with school officials and has sponsored many forums for educators and fore the public. www.timeforlyme.org/
Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City Inc. (LAGKC)
The non-profit Lyme Association of greater KC serves the Missouri and Kansas areas to provide support for patients with tick-borne disease, monthly meetings (except Nov.), information on Lyme/Lyme-related disease(s), presentations on Lyme disease to community groups and a monthly newsletter to members. New website, www.lymefight.info
The California Patient’s Guide
Although written for California, the information is useful nationwide and is one of the best guides out there on how to get what you want. www.calpatientguide.org
Trueman’s Fighting HMOs & MCOs Site
One of the best legal sites out there. www.truemanlaw.com
Health Admin. Responsibility Project
Incredible legal resource for health issues. www.harp.org
Arizona Lyme Disease Association
The Arizona Lyme Disease Association (AZLDA) has been in existance since 1997. We provide physician referrals, education and support. We support prevention, advocacy, physician education and fundraising for medical research. We strive to give objective, educated and unbiased information on treatment options and various medical resources. www.arizonalyme.org/
International Lyme and Associated Disease Society
The International Lyme and Associated Disease Society is a professional group of scientists and doctors working on leading edge medicine for vector borne and emerging illnesses. Position papers on published material are available on the web site. http://www.ilads.org
Lyme Disease Network
Comprehensive on-line resource center. This network provides a forum to gain understanding of Lyme disease, and an online support in difficult times. Real time forum with a good knowledge base offering opinion.
Lyme Disease Foundation
The LDF has worked with the LDA in organizing and educating political allies, doctors and the general public. www.lyme.org
A new on-line forum for Lyme Disease patients to discuss various issues. Created by Lyme Disease patients. Has discussion sections on medical information, alternative medicine, lyme and pets, etc. Join and ask other Lyme patients questions and receive support. www.lymenews.com
Lots of Lyme Links