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Tìm hiểu chungBệnh Lyme là gì?Lyme là một bệnh lý liên quan đến sự nhiễm khuẩnBorrelia burgdorferi(B. burgdorferi), truyền từ bọ ve chân đen sang người. Ban đầu, người bệnh chỉ bịban đỏ erythema migransnhưng sau đó, họ có thể gặp vấn đề với khớp, tim và kể cả hệ thần kinh.Vì vậy, các chuyên gia đánh giá cao mức độ nghiêm trọng của tình trạng sức khỏe trên. Đồng thời, bác sĩ cũng nhấn mạnh tầm quan trọng của việc điều trị bệnh Lyme vì nếu không, các triệu chứng ban đầu có thể biến mất nhưng những biểu hiện nguy hiểm hơn có nguy cơ xảy ra trong vài tuần, vài tháng hay thậm chí là vài năm sau đó.Triệu chứngNhững dấu hiệu và triệu chứng bệnh LymeKhi bệnh mới phát triển, một số người có thể không biểu hiện bất kỳ dấu hiệu khác thường nào hoặc có triệu chứng nhưng rất nhẹ. Tuy nhiên, bạn không nên chủ quan. Nếu không được phát hiện sớm và điều trị kịp thời, vấn đề sức khỏe này có khả năng ảnh hưởng đến hàng loạt cơ quan quan trọng trong nhiều năm sau đó.Theo nghiên cứu, bệnh Lyme được chia thành 3 giai đoạn với những biểu hiện sau Giai đoạn 1 Lyme mới phát bệnhTheo thống kê, khoảng 70–80% người mắc bệnh Lyme bị có dấu hiệu phát ban đỏ erythema migrans trong giai đoạn này. Triệu chứng thường xuất hiện trong vòng 3–30 ngày, hầu hết trường hợp là một tuần, kể từ khi bạn nhiễm khuẩn.Nốt ban sẽ bắt đầu xuất hiện tại khu vực bị ve đốt và dần dần phát triển theo hình dạng “mắt bò”. Đôi khi đường kính có thể lên đến 30cm.Người mắc bệnh Lyme có triệu chứng phát ban đỏ erythema migransCác nốt ban không gây đau hay ngứa nhưng bạn có thể cảm thấy vùng phát ban tương đối ấm khi chạm vào. Mặt khác, triệu chứng này ít gây chú ý ở những người có màu da tối.Giai đoạn 2 bệnh Lyme phát triển sớmBiểu hiện nổi ban đỏ erythema migrans thường biến mất sau khoảng 4 tuần. Trong một số trường hợp, người bệnh thậm chí không cần can thiệp. Tuy nhiên, một số triệu chứng nghiêm trọng khác sẽ bắt đầu xảy ra, bao gồm
‘Some of them just disappeared’: Essential pieces of life in Nome were lost in the storm
The storm left trash and debris along the coast in places where the ocean surged and rivers topped banks. Some people were looking for possessions that washed away, including cabins and outbuildings that were moved or shifted. This debris is by the mouth of the Nome River along the Nome-Council Road. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes/ADN)NOME — The storm that slammed Western Alaska over the weekend has reorganized the land.There was no loss of life, but the landscape of Nome is physically altered for the foreseeable future, with raw material scattered wildly, the coastline reconfigured, the camps and shore-side compounds anchoring generations of subsistence either flattened or gone.All up and down the Nome-Council Road heading east out of town, cabins used for fishing, foraging and seasonal family life are in ruin.“Some of them just disappeared,” said Bryant Hammond, the incident commander for Nome’s emergency operation center.Nome, a city of about 3,700 people that functions as the commercial and logistical hub for 15 smaller communities in the Bering Strait region, weathered the worst storm in decades relatively well. By Monday, business owners were unboarding windows along Front Street and shoveling muck out of gutters as heavy equipment rumbled around side streets and the seawall. Utilities are fine. Many car and truck owners are gradually discovering their vehicles were effectively totaled by partial submersion in the salty, silty floodwaters.But the worst damage is out of town, with an as-yet-uncounted number of subsistence cabins in shambles.To those unfamiliar with Western Alaska, the word “cabin” might conjure a hut of neatly notched logs nestled in the woods, or a euphemism for a lavish weekend home overlooking Nancy Lake. These are not those. The fish camps peppering the river mouths and shores of the southern Seward Peninsula are more like cozy shacks, neither electrified nor plumbed, buttressed by meat racks, smokehouses, saunas, cutting tables, woodpiles and utilitarian bric-a-brac for making use of the land and sea’s seasonal offerings.Family camps and subsistence cabins lie in ruins, shifted off their pads, floated away, and buried in sand along the Nome-Council Road. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes/ADN)They are essential to the region’s economy family-scale food production and processing plants, summertime child care and education centers, a release valve for overcrowded homes and apartments in a region with an endemic housing shortage.“My daughter’s smokehouse is gone. The outhouses, gone,” said Sterling Gologergen, standing at her second-story living room window, from where she watched the storm drown Nome’s small-boat harbor Saturday.Even though the main cabin at her daughter’s camp remained intact, bedding and other material inside was soaked, ruined, costly to eventually replace, Gologergen said. Though she’s lived in Nome for a decade, the 67-year-old spent most of her life on St. Lawrence Island, where the communities of Gambell and her hometown of Savoonga were largely spared substantial destruction, but caches of fish and meat stored or hung from racks by the shore were trashed or gone.“Already a lot of people are out beachcombing for edible stuff,” Gologergen said. “And to see what’s left of everyone’s camps.”“They work faster than internet,” she said with a laugh about damage assessment and repair work. “The network of people out in the villages. And they already had it done yesterday.”Camps are less built than accumulated over years and generations, rarely insured or registered in the formal banking system, which makes financing reconstruction or repair all the more difficult.Sterling Gologergen watched the storm pummel Nome’s small boat harbor and Front Street from the second floor of her home. “This was my third storm,” said the 67-year-old, who spent most of her life in Savoonga. “It ages you.” She worries about camps and caches of food that were lost in the storm, and what the salty ocean spray along the coastal tundra means for the berries. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes/ADN)Gologergen said sheworries about the storm’s lasting impact on vegetation. Tufts of sea foam “the size of baseballs” blanketed the street below her window. She fears the ocean salt could wither next summer’s berry crop along the miles and miles of shore.Ruined, too, is the Nome-Council Road itself. For the first two dozen miles or so, it’s passable, especially since the state Department of Transportation has had graders and heavy equipment removing stones plucked loose from the seawall, fixing washouts, pushing driftwood to the sides and leveling drifted sand.But then around Mile 24, there’s a massive new hole where the creek-fed Safety Sound punctured the barrier islands that supported the road.“That lagoon became one with the ocean, where our camps are,” Gologergen said.Camps on the far side of the new quarter-mile-wide gash are now cut off, except by plane.“I don’t think if you had a canoe you could get across it,” Hammond said.The long road east out of Nome remains in states of disarray, including sections totally washed out or buried in sand. Farther down, a bridge by Safety Sound was almost impassable just two miles before a new channel broke through the barrier island, obliterating the roadway. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes/ADN)Families with seasonal camps past Safety Sound, along with a few dozen old-timers who live most of the year out around Council, will have to find new ways of getting into town.“We’re gonna have to build a new bridge, looks like,” Hammond said.The storm was major high seas, ferocious wind, powerful waves, all of it lasting for well over a day. The massive seawall that helped blunt the damage to town was reordered elsewhere along the coastline. Boulders and rocks are scattered everywhere. Swaths of beach are gone, eroded, as if erased or dropped 6 feet lower than they should be, the sand swept away and sprinkled all over the tundra on the lee side of the road.Family camps and subsistence cabins lie in ruins, shifted off their pads, floated away and buried in sand along the Nome-Council Road. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes/ADN)There will be major repairs and challenges ahead, not just for Nome but across the region, all the way to the mouth of the Kuskokwim River hundreds of miles south. Even communities that fared relatively well — that didn’t lose whole houses or see major infrastructure fail — will be grappling with considerable costs that are not easily or quickly tallied in the accounting of a cataclysm family camps, familiar harvesting grounds, small boats and subsistence equipment, rebuilding pummeled weather mitigation infrastructure.“The system reorganized. It does it normally in nature. But we humans, it kinda screws us,” Hammond said.The storm churned up so much sand and beach material that shortly after the storm subsided, gold miners were dredging and panning for gold along the Nome-Council Road. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes/ADN)In a reordering of the land, for some, there is opportunity. Along the scoured beaches heading east out of Nome, there are newly churned up plumes of red-tinged dirt, the kind known to be fertile hunting grounds for gold. As public employees smoothed the road, volunteers picked up driftwood or detritus, distant figures surveyed cockeyed cabins and a few gold miners with small dredging rigs attached to their pickup trucks panned the freshly pulped beach for treasure.This story was originally published by the Anchorage Daily News and is republished here with permission.
4 Live Nome Alaska Webcams, Latest Nome News & Weather Updates
Alaska is known for its beautiful wildlife, wilderness forests, and friendly people. Nome is no exception! We have live Nome Alaska Webcams so you can see the little city and area traffic in real-time and weather stations to keep an eye on the current conditions.Byra64 from nome, USA– Nome from the west, CC BY-SA 2.0,Live Nome Alaska WebcamsYou can watch the shoreline of Nome AK, live from your computer. You can also watch the traffic and activity of Nome, AK, from your phone or tablet. This is especially useful when traveling and wanting to see what’s happening on the beach where you left your car.This is a sister page to theBradenton Webcams,Port Charlotte,Sarasota Webcams, andCharleston SC Webcams.Pro Tip If several webcams in the same area are not working, it could indicate a power outage.Current Nome Alaska Weather ForecastCurrent weather for Nome and the Bering Sea in Alaska.Embedding webcams is tricky. Sometimes, it’s best to click on the camera and view it in its tab.The featured image and source of some webcams on this page are fromWindy.comNome Visitor Center WebCam – Live In Nome, AlaskaLive Webcam on Facing the Ocean on Front Street Nome, Alaska. See what’s going on at the beach by watching this live feed fromNome Convention and Visitor Bureau. Nome is about 540 miles from Anchorage, 160 miles from Russia, and 102 miles south of the Arctic Circle.Diomede Bering Sea Webcam – From the Bering Strait School DistrictDiomede Dateline Cam, LittleNome City WebcamNome CityUnalakleet Webcam- Located East of NomeUnalakleet › WestAleknagik Webcam – Tikchik Narrows Lodge – South of Nome On Bristol BayAleknagik › North-East LakeWeather Radar Nome Alaska – Current Weather & ForecastCurrent weather radar map of the Nome, Alaska area.360 View of Front Street Nome AlaskaThe 360-degree view from Google Maps offers a unique angle on Front Street in Nome, Alaska. On a fine spring day in March, it shows off the shops along the street. Great to see a sample of the area and what it looks like in case you want to visit in the futureNome News UpdatesIs Jane Kilcher on Bering Sea Gold? Heres What We Know – DistractifyDecember 7, 2022Is Jane Kilcher on Bering Sea Gold? Heres What We Know DistractifyShirley McCue – Bennett County BoosterDecember 7, 2022Shirley McCue Bennett County BoosterDecember Serving up Baked Alaska and Warming Most of Arctic – U.S. News & World ReportDecember 5, 2022December Serving up Baked Alaska and Warming Most of Arctic U.S. News & World ReportThe Story Of US Carrier Wien Air Alaska – Simple FlyingDecember 4, 2022The Story Of US Carrier Wien Air Alaska Simple FlyingMidterm elections Murkowski, Peltola win in ranked-choice tabulation – The Nome NuggetDecember 2, 2022Midterm elections Murkowski, Peltola win in ranked-choice tabulation The Nome NuggetState, NSB challenge ringed seals threatened status – The Nome NuggetDecember 2, 2022State, NSB challenge ringed seals threatened status The Nome NuggetCurrent Alaska Weather MapAbout Nome AlaskaIditarod Dog Sled RaceThis Alaskan city is situated on the southern Seward Peninsula shore on the Bering Sea’s Norton Sound. The 2020 census had a population of 3,699, up from 3,598 in 2010. Nome was founded on April 9, 1901, and was formerly Alaska’s most populated city.Nome is known for a major health event in the early 1900s. A diphtheria outbreak raged among Alaska Natives in the Nome region during the winter of 1925. Blizzard conditions hampered the delivery of a life-saving diphtheria antitoxin serum by plane from Anchorage over the whole area. To distribute the serum, a relay of dog sled teams was created. TheIditarod Dog Sled Racenow follows the same path they did and concludes in Nome.Final Thoughts About Nome Alaska WebcamsThere are many great spots to watch in the little city of Nome, Alaska. But one of the best places to see all this beautiful city has to offer is right in your home. To see what’s going on, you must tune into one of our live webcams or weather stations.Just visit our cam page and pick the webcam that fits your needs! You can get a wide-angle view of one beach or zoom in on a particular part of town—the choice is yours. You can see Nome, Ak’s weather and sea conditions with these webcams. You’ll be able to see how busy it is on any given day and make plans accordingly!Share this ShareTweetLike this LikeLoading…
Where is former Nome police officer Matthew Owens now?
Officer Owens was immediately fired from the Nome Police Department after incriminating evidence surfaced against him andeyewitnesseslinked him to Sonyasdisappearanceand murder. The case also revealed multiple s*xual assault allegations against the officer. He was found guilty, sentenced to 101 years in prison, and is likely still serving his jail term.
Floodwaters Inundate Streets in Nome, Alaska
The remnants of Typhoon Merbok brought coastal flooding to areas of Alaska’s west coast on September 17, the National Weather Service (NWS)reported.
Missing in Nome, Alaska
Nome Police Chief Michael Heintzelman and Diana Haecker, editor of The Nome Nugget, talk about missing persons in the area – specifically the disappearances of Joseph Balderas and Florence Okpealuk.Oct. 14, 2022
The True Story Behind The 1925 Nome Serum Run
In January 1925, the tiny village of Nome in west Alaskawas hometo fewer than 1,500 people, including Indigenous Alaskans and European immigrants. That month, there was an outbreak ofdiphtheria, a disease that spreads through respiratory droplets and creates a deadly toxin. Diphtheria is especially contagious and dangerous among young children — several children had died before Nomes government realized they had an epidemic on their hands.Nomes supply of the serum needed to treat diphtheria had expired the previous summer. The towns doctor, Dr. Curtis Welch,had ordered more, but the port froze over before the medicine arrived. In the midst of winter, Nome was inaccessible by ship, plane, or train. Nome was put into quarantine, but there were still 20 confirmed diphtheria cases and 50 more suspected. Without the serum, anyone who caught the disease would most likely die.A callout for antitoxin located a supply 1,000 miles away in Anchorage. Local officials decided that the serum would travel by train to Nenana, where one dog sled team would pick it up and take it to Nulato, where they would hand it over to another team, who would take it back to Nome, a total distance of 674 miles.Typically the route from Nenana to Nome took dog sled teams working for the postal service an average of 25 days,according to the BBC. The record wasnine days. But in the extreme cold, the serum would last only six.

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