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#6065702 - 12/03/15 09:19 PM human cases of tularemia up
fishfree Offline
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Registered: 10/08/11
Posts: 296
Loc: west texas
rabbit fever up this year in the west (link)

still not very common, blamed on weather, deer fly and mosquito bites

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#6066567 - 12/04/15 11:03 AM Re: human cases of tularemia up [Re: fishfree]
BenBob Offline
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Registered: 01/27/06
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With increase in rain, the number of rabbits is probably on the rise. THis could cause some of the increase in Texas and other states.
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#6066914 - 12/04/15 02:44 PM Re: human cases of tularemia up [Re: fishfree]
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Registered: 05/18/11
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Yeah, it is good to be wary, but even at 235 cases of tularemia, the most individual cases being from Colorado with 43, none reported from Texas (that I can find), this is pretty much a non-event here.

If we do get a case or two, it will be a significant increase over the 0 cases in 2014. Heck, we have only had 4 cases between 2005 and 2014.

http://www.cdc.gov/tularemia/statistics/

Given that tick and mosquito activity is now in significant decline (cooler weather) here, the chances are even less of contacting tularemia from them is practically non-existent. Most cases occur between April and September.
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