Life for a Lyme – Tick Prevention Kits Now Available in Lakewood

As part of its extensive efforts to raise awareness about the dangers of tick bites, Life for Lyme, a division of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, has created Tick Packs filled with essential items to protect yourself and your children from tick bites with pediatricians and Doctors encouraging each camper and household to purchase a Tick Kit and have it on hand at all times.

The Tick Packs, available for purchase at Gourmet Glatt’s Lakewood and Cedarhurst locations, contain a clothing repellent spray, mirror, bug bracelet, tweezers, Safety Information and other items that can assist in both the prevention and home treatment of tick bites.

With the start of summer just around the corner and the season ushering in warm weather, parents and children alike relish the opportunity to spend quality time outside and soak in the sunny outdoors but need to make sure they do so safely.

While tick bites may seem harmless, the little pests could very likely be carrying bacteria and viruses, including the dreaded Lyme Disease and varieties of other co infections that mimic other diseases and can cause damage to the muscles brain and body going undetected until it’s too late to treat.

Prevention is key to staying Safe: Those who have been bitten by a tick should be alert for fever, rash, fatigue or sudden onset of sudden symptoms, and should contact Life for Lyme for post-bite protocol.

Call 732-334-LYME or visit

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