|Description||Borrelia spirochete bacteria found in ticks in log cabins and houses containing rodent nests|
|Location||Mountainous regions of the western United States and British Columbia|
|Cause||A fever that recurs over and over again from getting bitten by an infected tick|
|Symptoms||Recurring fever, muscle and joint aches, nausea|
|Treatment||Seek medical attention from a physician|
|Prevention||Inspect cabins for rodents and nests
Treat cabins with insecticides or fumigate to kill any ticks
|Other Facts||This type of tick is active at night
The tick bite is painless so it may go unnoticed
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