Hypercoagulation in Lyme Disease

The human body has more than 60,000 miles of blood vessels. These arteries and blood vessels are much more than just plumbing for blood. Arteries deliver oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and growth factors to cells. Veins remove toxins and waste products of metabolism from cells. The immune system also circulates in the bloodstream to protect us from … Continue reading Hypercoagulation in Lyme Disease