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1998. Scott Veggeberg. Although concentrated in the Northeast, Lyme disease has now been reported in almost every state in the country. For most people, the first sign of infection is a bull’s-eye rash at the site of the tick bite. Fever and chills, headache, fatigue, and joint and muscle pain may also appear. Lyme disease can be successfully treated with antibiotics in its earliest stages but if left untreated can cause continued health problems. In Lyme Disease, the author clearly describes the history of the disease and how researchers came to recognize and understand it. The symptoms are clearly outlined as well as detection, prevention, and treatment methods. 104 pages, hard cover, b&w photographs. Grades 6 and up.