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  1. Bitten by a tick? Here are 16 diseases they carry - pennlive

    www.pennlive.com/news/2019/06/bitten-by-a-tick...

    Colorado tick fever is caused by a virus transmitted by the Rocky Mountain wood tick. Like the tick’s name suggests, the illness occurs in the the Rocky Mountain states at elevations of 4,000 to ...

  2. Tick Bites, Lyme Disease Symptoms, Tick Removal

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    Background. Geologists and others who work in the field should have some knowledge about ticks and tickborne diseases. If left untreated, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and other illnesses caused by tick bites can lead to chronic neurological problems, severe joint pain that can persist for years, and, in some instances, death.

  3. Toddler dies after tick bite leads to organ failure - CBS News

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    Jun 08, 2017 · Rocky Mountain spotted fever got its name because the first cases cropped up in people bitten by ticks in and around the Rocky Mountains, and "spotted" refers to the rash many patients get. But ...

  4. Animated Map: The History of U.S. Counties Over 300 Years

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    This animated map by V1 Analytics provides an overview of the top trending Google searches in every state over the last decade. It sheds light on what types of new information, events, and stories received the most attention in the last ten years—and more generally, it shows us what the U.S. population has been thinking about.

  5. National Climate Report - February 2017 | State of the ...

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    Raleigh, NC (1887-2017) recorded its highest count of February days (3) with a maximum temperature at or above 80 degrees F (26.7 degrees C), while Augusta, GA (1875-2017) tied its highest count of February days (5) with a maximum temperature at or above 80 degrees F. Temperatures were above average across much of Puerto Rico and the U.S ...

  6. Based on preliminary analysis, the average annual temperature for the contiguous U.S. was 54.6°F, 2.6°F above the 20 th century average. This was the third warmest year since record keeping began in 1895, behind 2012 (55.3°F) and 2016 (54.9°F), and the 21 st consecutive warmer-than-average year for the U.S. (1997 through 2017).

  7. 16 Trails in Pennsylvania That Will Leave You Breathless ...

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    It was also named the state’s 2016 Trail of the Year. Standing Stone Trail is part of the 1,600-mile Great Eastern Trail, which starts at Flagg Mountain, Ala., and extends to the Finger Lakes Trail in New York. More than 80 percent of the trail traverses state owned forest and Pa. Game Commission game lands.

  8. List of epidemics - Wikipedia

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    1820 Savannah yellow fever epidemic 1820 Savannah, Georgia, United States: Yellow fever: 700 1821 Barcelona yellow fever epidemic 1821 Barcelona, Spain: Yellow fever: 5,000–20,000 Second cholera pandemic: 1826–1837 Asia, Europe, North America: Cholera: 100,000+ 1828–1829 New South Wales smallpox epidemic 1828–1829

  9. 2016 - 2017 Texas Influenza Surveillance Activity Report

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    Infectious Disease Prevention Section Mail Code: 1927 PO BOX 149347 - Austin, TX 78714-9347 1100 West 49th Street, Suite G401 Austin, TX 78714. Phone: (512) 776-7676

  10. List of parks in Pennsylvania

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    The best State Park - I found Keystone when some of my kids were just toddlers and we all loved it. We camped in a tent, first time on site #7. So many vivid memories, the kids playing in the woods (down the hill will bring you back to the campground), trying log rolling, swimming, catching minnows and they all learned to paddle a canoe and most important of all they learned to love and ...