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Yesterday I received a notification in my inbox. Someone had replied to my comment that I made on Candice Accola’s blog post on Lymenaide. A blog dedicated to the awareness of Lyme Disease and a platform for those affected with it to gather, support and lend their voices to the awareness of this disease. It was from Teri, Candice’s best friend that she was speaking of in her blog post and PSA. She wanted to thank me for my words and posting the banner on my blog. I’ll just say that it made my day and brought tears to my eyes. Not tears of sadness, but tears of joy, because it made me feel good to know I was doing something to help and support awareness of a disease like this. A disease that is very controversial and many go years and years living with it, not knowing they have it, or knowing they do and no one believing them. Which is why it is so important to raise awareness. And also to raise awareness on how it can be prevented. The following PSAs from some of our Vampire Diaries cast explain it for us. Check them out. New one from Candice Accola, Michael Trevino, Kayla Ewell and guest star Spencer Locke (Amber Bradley, “Miss Mystic Falls”). These PSAs are just one way for us to raise awareness. May is Lyme Disease Awareness month, go to Lymenaide to find out how you can help “Paint May Lyme Green”.

Candice Accola

Michael Trevino

Kayla Ewell

Spencer Locke

Here is Candice Accola’s PSA the she did for Lymenaide last week. May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and these PSA’s are just one way of spreading the word about it. You can visit Lymenaide‘s site for more information on how you can help spread the word about Lyme Disease.

Yesterday, all of The Vampire Diaries twitter fans received some exciting news! Candice Accola is now on Twitter! You can follow her at: @CandiceAccola.

But not only is she here to connect with all her fans, she’s also spreading the message for awareness of Lyme Disease. Recently, Candice shared her friend’s story with Limeaide, a community blog of those “living in harmony with Lyme”. Please take your time to stop by Limeaide and find out what YOU can do to help spread the word about this often misdiagnosed and controversial disease. Also Limeaide has a campaign called “Paint May Lyme Green”. Click the banner below for more info!

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