Old Lyme

Old Lyme

(līm), residential and resort town (1990 pop. 6,535), New London co., SE Conn., on Long Island Sound, at the mouth of the Connecticut River; settled c.1655, inc. 1855. Its noteworthy old houses built by sea captains have attracted many artists to the town. The Congregational Church (1817; burned in 1909, but carefully restored) has been portrayed by Childe HassamHassam, Childe
(Frederick Childe Hassam) , 1859–1935, American painter and printmaker, b. Boston, studied in Paris. With their flickering light and airy palette, Hassam's sprightly landscapes, cityscapes, and interiors show the strong influence of late 19th-century French
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In Old Lyme, Connecticut, John Sieviec, MSRS, chief sanitarian at the Old Lyme Health Department, has been diagnosed more than once with the tick-borne disease that was named after his community after a rash of cases were identified in the 1970s.
It is while feeding that ticks are most likely to transmit infections, including the devastating Lyme disease - named after the town of Old Lyme in Connecticut.
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Griswold and her husband, Matthew, of Old Lyme, Conn.
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Lyme disease and babesiosis have been endemic in Lyme and Old Lyme for 2 decades (Figure 1, Table 1).
26, 2014, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Conn.
uk/ causes/huckinsfamily The facts on Lyme disease | LYME Disease was named in 1975 after a number of cases occurred in Old Lyme, Connecticut, USA.
The disease, named after the town of Old Lyme in Connecticut, US, is a bacterial infection that can cause a wide range of symptoms from chronic fatigue to arthritis.
It was named after a cluster of cases in Old Lyme, Connecticut, in 1974.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced it is awarding grants totaling more than $530,000 to install advanced pollution control equipment on approximately 70 school buses operating in Fairfield, Lyme and Old Lyme, CT.
Lymeware Corporation is privately-held and has offices in Old Lyme, Connecticut.