This isn't the first cause of concern the disease has had in the United States, with an outbreak of it occurring in 2014 with close to 120 patients affected. There is no known treatment and officials so don't know the cause.
There are a lot of obviously fatal dangers in the Rocky Mountains, from bears to mountain lions, and fires to floods. But there's a silent killer most people and animals have come in contact with, and you might not realize how deadly it can actually be.
Fever, headache, chills, painful lymph glands - these are just a few symptoms one may see when coming down with tularemia; unfortunately, it's been confirmed that one Larimer County resident contracted a lung infection from tularemia-causing bacteria.
There's been a lot of hype around the globe surrounding the Zika virus. Here's what you need to know about this global phenomenon.
Zika virus is spread by animal or insect bites/stings, and Zika fever (caused by the virus) can't be cured (but treatment may help)...