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Lyme disease is spread by the bite of the blacklegged tick. While there are cases in various parts of the country, it's most common in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic states, as well as around the Great Lakes. The early symptoms of Lyme include fever, body aches, and a bull's-eye rash.

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Should I see a health care provider for a mole that bleeds occasionally? Although it may not be serious, a mole that bleeds is a possible sign of melanoma-- a rare but serious skin cancer that can spread if left untreated. Being evaluated by a dermatologist once a year and checking your skin...

If you heard that a dietary supplement would "strengthen your skin's defenses against ultraviolet radiation," "defend your skin and eyes from sun damage" or act as "basically an oral sunscreen," would you think it was too good to be true?