Periodical Disease

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Periodical Disease

Climate change has forced some animal species into new habitats as their natural habitats disappear, and it has expanded the habitats of other animals. This movement of animals into new areas increases opportunities for contact between humans and animals and the potential spread of zoonotic diseases, as these examples show:

  • Wildlife carrying the rabies virus are expanding to new geographic areas of the country.
  • Arctic temperatures are rising more than twice as rapidly as the rest of the world. Warming temperatures in Alaska have led to increases in vole populations, which can spread diseases like Alaskapox to humans.

n most cases, you can treat heat exhaustion yourself by doing the following:

  • Rest in a cool place. Getting into an air-conditioned building is best. If that’s not an option, find a shady spot or sit in front of a fan. Rest on your back with your legs raised higher than your heart level.
  • Drink cool fluids. Stick to water or sports drinks. Don’t drink any alcoholic beverages, which can add to dehydration.
  • Try cooling measures. If possible, take a cool shower, soak in a cool bath or put towels soaked in cool water on your skin. If you’re outdoors and not near shelter, soaking in a cool pond or stream can help bring your temperature down.
  • Loosen clothing. Remove any unnecessary clothing and make sure your clothes are lightweight and nonbinding.

If you need medical attention due to heat exhaustion, the medical staff that may take your rectal temperature to confirm the diagnosis and rule out heatstroke. If your health care team suspects your heat exhaustion may have progressed to heatstroke, you could need further tests, including:

 
  • A blood test, to check for low blood sodium or potassium and the content of gases in your blood.
  • A urine test, to check the concentration and makeup of your urine. This test can also check your kidney function, which can be affected by heatstroke.
  • Muscle function tests, to check for rhabdomyolysis — serious damage to your muscle tissue.
  • X-rays and other imaging, to check for damage to your inner organs.
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