By Andrea H. Caesar
Whilst she moved to Barrington, Rhode Island, Andrea Caesar used to be an lively, chuffed, vivacious ten-year-old who enjoyed to play kickball and dangle from the monkey bars. A yr later, Andrea had difficulty catching her breath whereas working, used to be affected by migraines, and battled consistent muscle aches. Andrea had replaced as anyone; she was once the child who used to be continually lacking institution. even though she didn't comprehend it on the time, she had shriveled Borrelia burgdorferi, larger often called Lyme disease.
Caesar, who was once ultimately clinically determined at age thirty-six, stocks a uncooked and sincere glance contained in the brain of a lady stricken by remedy in her pursuit of well being. She chronicles her lifestyles from age 11 via her prognosis and next remedy, recalling her feelings as she struggled with Lyme, its signs, and a number of comparable infections—all whereas trying to dwell a typical lifestyles. pushed by means of her choice to aid others with a similar illness, Caesar offers information on what labored, what didn't paintings, and why.
A Twist of Lyme stocks the pleasing, heart-wrenching tale of a woman’s decades-long conflict with Lyme illness as she is led by way of perseverance, braveness, and wish to an eventual analysis and remedy.
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Extra resources for A Twist of Lyme: Battling a Disease that "Doesn't Exist"
In deciding whether a defendant is guilty, it is not enough that the prosecution present some evidence of guilt. It needs to present enough evidence. Ideally, it should provide enough evidence to guarantee that the verdict the jury reach be the right one. The evidence, in that case, would m a k e it impossible for the verdict to b e mistaken. H e jury could not go wrong if it m a d e its decision on the basis of that evidence. What is true of juries is just as true of us as we try to decide what to believe and what to do.
As we have already noted, critical thinking does not aim to eliminate emotion from our decision-making. I doubt this would be possible even if it were worthwhile. Many of our beliefs are so fundamental to our deepest conceptions of ourselves, of our culture or o u r place in the universe that the pain involved in abandoning them would be too great to bear. It is fine for our beliefs to have or even constitute these emotional supports, so long as they also have sufficient support MISTAKES TO AVOID 33 from epistemic reasons.
H o w are they different? g. What is an something? example of an emotional reason to believe h. What are emotional reasons not good enough for knowledge? i. List two ways in which emotions can be obstacles to critical thinking. CRITICAL THINKING A N D PERSONAL A U T O N O M Y 25 j . What is the difference between acceptable reasons and sufficient reasons? Give an example of reasons that are sufficient to believe something but not acceptable. k. Could evidence be over-ridden without being Explain using an example.
A Twist of Lyme: Battling a Disease that "Doesn't Exist" by Andrea H. Caesar