Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Nuke polluted tap water - Las Vegas Forum - TripAdvisor

Missing $$$ meth, drugs, opioid epidemic, rural poverty

Fake news has been around a long time.
Blogs can be put online for $10 per month or less.

When looking at USA macro numbers divide by the number of workers to get an idea of scale to see if the number is realistic.
There are about 100,000,000 reported workers in the USA economy.

$21,000,000,000,000 missing divided by
100,000,000 workers in the USA gives
$210,000 per worker over that time period.
Lost from just 2 federal agencies?

I want my $210,000
210 thousand dollars!
And all the other missing $$$ from other government agencies.
Over a million per worker?
$10 million?

Trump can use that $ to
Pay off all student loans, auto loans, home mortgages, credit cards…

Give all workers $20 per hour minimum wage.

Give all non workers $10 per hour to stay home and watch TV.

Economic problems solved!

I believe there is a huge amount of waste, fraud and abuse in Governments, Corporations, LLCs, partnerships, trusts, non-profits, etc.
Especially any global or foreign entity.
Most is not detectable by current accounting technology, computers, and procedures designed to be opaque so as to allow crooks to rip you off and defeat any audits.

Help fix accounting.
Get CPA and phd in accounting to get started.
There is no accountability without proper accounting.

https://solari.com/blog/dod-and-hud-missing-money-supporting-documentation/

Mark Skidmore
professor of economics at Michigan State University,
doctorate in economics from the University of Colorado
bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Washington

Over $21 Trillion "missing" from two agencies Defense and HUD.
Confirmed by audit done by Professor Skidmore and his Phd team of students.

The result of Globalists instituting GATT and NAFTA.

Nationalist movements are breaking out all over the world.

Trends do not stop at borders even if fake news like CNN, ABC does.

The US economy had been disassembled and shipped abroad.

Ron

Just the results of oBama's economy for 8 long years, and his addictions influencing his drug and immigration policies.

John

Deliberate extermination of poor rural sheeple?

Trump has not stopped the flow of drugs from Mexico Afghanistan ….

Close the border

Stop the demand for drugs

Move poor rural sheeple into the cities where they can get jobs and education and $$$$$

The establishment and alternatives all need educated engineers, doctors, etc. to stay alive and keep society running.

http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2017/11/27/documentary-meth-storm-arkansas

HBO Documentary 'Meth Storm' Explores Drug's Scourge In Rural Arkansas

November 27, 2017

The film premieres Monday night on HBO.

On the magnitude of the meth crisis in rural Arkansas

Craig Renaud: "I think the film is as much about poverty in the state as it is about meth addiction.

And you have this perfect storm of these large amounts of methamphetamine coming in,

at the same time that you have a loss of job opportunities and not a lot of things going on in these communities.

And you hear the [Drug Enforcement Administration] in the film talk about,
back in the days of meth labs,
they would be surprised if they saw a pound at a time,
and now they're seeing 40- to 50-pound shipments a week coming into Arkansas.

So the problem has gotten very overwhelming in these communities."

On how job losses have contributed to the crisis

Brent Renaud: "There's really been a perfect storm of things that have happened in this area and made it difficult to get jobs.

And what we're looking at now is a situation in which the kids in this film, you hear the sheriff say,

'I don't think they had a choice to do anything but get involved with the drug trade.'

We've got kids who are now becoming teenagers, they've never known anyone who's had a job, never known anyone who's gone to college.

What do we expect of these kids when we're not giving them any other opportunities?"

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Artificial Sweeteners Can Trigger Cancer

You may not recognize tomorrow” – NaturalNews.com


Prepare for sudden, radical transformation at every level of society… "You may not recognize tomorrow" – NaturalNews.com

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-11-28-prepare-for-sudden-radical-transformation-at-every-level-of-society-you-may-not-recognize-tomorrow.html


Prepare for sudden, radical transformation at every level of society… "You may not recognize tomorrow"

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(Natural News) When the Berlin wall fell, it was an "all of a sudden" phenomenon. The week before, there were no abundantly evident signs that such a monumental historical event was about to take place. This is how history often occurs: Slowly at first, then all at once.

Due to a multitude of factors — including the rise of independent journalism and the exposing of the failures of big government — the world is now poised for a cascading series of true revolutions involving everything from medicine to economics. The underlying conditions leading to these revolutions have been building for decades, often without any surface evidence of the tipping point that's about to be tripped. Once these monumental changes take place, it will all seem obvious in retrospect, but looking forward from the present, it's extremely difficult for most people to get past "normalcy bias" (which means they expect the future to be exactly like today).

Today I share a series of three podcasts that help explain the monumental changes that are coming. First, I cover "The Revolution of Everything" which discusses the wide-ranging transformation that's taking place in medicine, technology and the political establishment:

In the next podcast, entitled "You may not recognize tomorrow," I explain how the decentralization of information has led to today's explosion of transparency, including the outing of sex abusers like Sen. Al Franken, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, etc. 

This decentralization has crushed the information monopolies that previously controlled all the narratives consumed by members of society. But now, people have a choice of where to get their information, and that choice allows a diversity of ideas to flourish.

This, in turn, is leading to revolutions in food, medicine, agriculture and

Finally, in this third podcast, I reveal that I'm hearing through my network of former military contractors that a massive domestic deployment mission is being "shopped," meaning that someone in the federal government is expecting widespread social unrest in the near future (perhaps between now and the 2020 elections).

We don't know the underlying reason behind this expected social unrest, but it could be caused by numerous political or financial events such as the federal government declaring default on its own food stamp program (SNAP), or a devastating market correction that sends the economy into a downward spiral. 

Some people believe that mass arrests of corrupt local officials are on the horizon, and others believe that the armed left-wing groups like Antifa are planning an organized attempt at a "cultural revolution" rooted in communism ideology. 

Whatever the root cause, military contractors are getting the word that something big is about to go down. And remember: These contractors are ex-military, meaning that deploying them on the streets of America is not a violation of posse comitatus.

The fact that I'm hearing rumblings of such activity is a strong indicator that something massive is afoot — something that is known in advance. Perhaps it's war with North Korea and the expectation of a nuclear strike on a U.S. city, or it might be a large-scale false flag terrorism event that's being planned to ensure the continued growth of the surveillance police state infrastructure first signed into law following the events of 9/11. (The Patriot Act.) Listen to my podcast for more details:

Prepare for sudden transformation

Review your history: The fall of the Berlin Wall; the collapse of the Soviet Union; the Cultural Revolution in China… these events are proof that monumental changes for humankind — sometimes good, sometimes bad — often happen in lurches and spasms.

During such events, there's always turmoil and increasing social chaos. In some such events, large numbers of people are arrested or even executed. 

The *VICTORS write the history books, of course, covering up THEIR crimes of genocide and/or mass theft. 

(*humiliating the DEFEATED, accusing them of crimes they have not committed, in order to put guilt and shame on them [backed by laws] to make them pliable for generations to come) Germany as an example....

Something monumental is afoot. The society in which you are living today may simply be gone when you wake up one morning, and your "tomorrow" might be unrecognizable, at least for a little while. My underlying message in all this is to get prepared for the unexpected. Anticipate disruptions in just-in-time delivery of food and fuel, especially if you live in a city. Anticipate social chaos, political upheaval and even the possibility of international war, including foreign soldiers on U.S. soil.

Read websites like AllNewsPipeline.com or TheCommonSenseShow.com if you really want a full dose of these possibilities, and check out Survival.news for lifesaving tips and news analysis. Be prepared for anything, because I have a feeling we're all in for the wildest ride of our lives.



Appeal postponed again in 'Old Grandma…Last Surviving War-Witness' Holocaust denial case - THE DEFEATED GERMANS MUST BELIEVE AS THEY ARE TOLD

Appeal postponed again in 'Old Grandma…Last Surviving War-Witness' Holocaust denial case - 
THE DEFEATED GERMANS MUST BELIEVE AS THEY ARE TOLD | News | DW | 23.11.2017

I'm not sure of the German court appeal process (cite errors in procedure, not factual or science?) This could actually be a "good" sign that they couldn't possibly address her arguments in a factual manner. Science and physical evidence are difficult to counter (think of the poor "climatologists" and IPCC). If you can't furnish a cogent argument to the other side, then you must use the last remaining logical fallacy – Appeal to Authority. 
 
When the facts are NOT on your side, you do just that -- you say "I'm the authority and I know better..." A hollow victory for Ursula I'm afraid, but like the Pope and Galileo it is an observation that data trumps dogma in the logical arena. True, both pope and Galileo are dead and gone but history records just WHO was right. 
 
There is no logical or scientific explanation for the Holohoax. It's completely missing from the truly massive writings of the participants (victors, at that, no less!) – Eisenhower, Churchill, Stalin.
 
I watched the old black n white "Judgement at Nuremberg" which could have taken cinematic liberty and invented "testimony" about gas chambers etc, however since there was NO testimony of that, they never thought to write those lines and so Spencer Tracy never spoke a word of it. The holohoax appears to have been crafted roughly 10 yrs after war's end. Elie Wiesel's "La Nuit" was published in 1958 and in English in 1960 so maybe that's why no mention in either participant's accounts or in the 1960 movie. The hoax was just getting started.
 
WIKIPEDIA -- Reviewers have had difficulty reading Night as an eyewitness account.[55] It has been categorized as a novel, autobiography, autobiographical novel, non-fictional novel, semi-fictional memoir, fictional-autobiographical novel, fictionalized autobiographical memoir and memoir-novel.[56] Ellen Fine described it as témoignage (testimony).[57] Wiesel called it his deposition.[58]
 
BB 
 

Thought police are cracking down on 'wrong thinkers'

A court in Germany has once more postponed the appeal of octogenarian Ursula Haverbeck, who has multiple convictions for Holocaust denial. (She has not been broken yet) 
Haverbeck has been handed several jail terms, but has so far avoided prison, claims that thoughts are free and truth is the truth.
(Battle for 'Meinungsfreiheit')


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The villa on Berlin's Wannsee lake was pivotal in planning the Holocaust. 15 members of the Nazi government and the SS Schutzstaffel met here on January 20, 1942 to plan what became known as the "Final Solution," the deportation and extermination of all Jews in German-occupied territory. In 1992, the villa where the Wannsee Conference was held was turned into a memorial and museum.


The Detmold court initially sentenced Haverbeck to eight months imprisonment in September 2016, after she sent a letter to Detmold's mayor, Rainer Heller, claiming that Auschwitz was not a extermination but a concentration/internment camp.
After the trial, Haverbeck, from the western town of Vlotho, defiantly handed out a pamphlet to journalists as well as the judge and the prosecutor. In the document, entitled "Only the truth will set you free," she again denied the Nazi atrocities. For this 'thought-crime', Haverbeck was sentenced to an additional 10 months.

Jewish 'Deep State' Laws 
Legal consequences for deniers
The punishment for Holocaust denial varies widely from one country to another. In the United States the right to freedom of speech also includes the right to dispute the extermination of the Jews. This is also the case in Great Britain, and this is why David Irving preferred to express himself in these countries.
However, Holocaust denial is now a criminal offense in several other European countries as well. Since 1992 Austria has been punishing those who "seek to deny, grossly trivialize, endorse or justify the National Socialist genocide or other National Socialist crimes against humanity." Two years prior to this, France also made it an offense punishable by law.
Historical denial is punishable in Belgium and Luxembourg, as well as in the Czech Republic and Poland, where the denial of Communist crimes is also an offence. In Spain, however, the law is different. In 2007 the Spanish constitutional court decided that its law against Holocaust denial infringed upon the right to freedom of expression.

Monday, November 27, 2017

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Conspiracy mentally ill. Man who survived Las Vegas shooting killed in hit-and-run

You will be suicided and body dumped at scene of mass murder.
Never buy a gun or safe, pay for your own destruction and leave paper trail showing you own
FBI or any smart crook can pick any lock and kidnap you and seize anything you own and have records and photos on everything you do.

Mentally ill fat slob Paddock exiled to poor rural desert hell hole Mesquite Nevada an easy target with guns already bought with records and witnesses.
All the shooters are losers from nowhere mentally ill.
Modify diet to maintain mental health and physical health.
Move to the big city.
Get an education.
Get a top job in bank or media or DC pundit think tank or some long career that needs to be done right.
 so you become needed by the establishment and everybody 
so you do not become a shooter.

Adelson sent a message to quit funding Bannon or establishment will shoot up your town.
Las Vegas Jews should concentrate on laundering money to flow opioids to the masses and flow money to the rich 1%.
Get rich by destroying the poor 99%.
Serve the establishment.

The poor 99% buy junk that destroys them and makes the rich 1% richer.
Junk food, electronics,  disinformation, fake news, fossil fuel brain shrinkers, tracking devices, time wasters, advertisers,...
Ignorantly support the establishment by killing themselves one way or another.
More expensive methods of  suicide is better for the economy, establishment.
Sugar, flour and vegetable oil is cheaper than guns, bombs, trucks,…
Eat yourself to death and run up big medical bills to enrich doctors over decades of pain.

From: Lothar ;


From: Ron
Date: November 26, 2017 at 11:09:35 PST
Subject: Re: FW: Man who survived Las Vegas shooting killed in hit-and-run

My 23 year old son took me aside on Thanksgiving and asked me about Vegas? My son, foster son and their friends do not believe the official story. 
RJ agreed with me that in time he would realize everything he was taught in school was a lie. The movie "The Matrix"is proving to be more nonfiction.

Bob wrote:

From: Bob 
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2017 7:39 AM
Subject: RE: Man who survived Las Vegas shooting killed in hit-and-run

 Very interesting, and I notice a lot of lawsuits are shaping up finally. I think, like the 9/11 lawsuits, all will be handled by just one judge in one court and all will be settled without trial because trials have discovery and the real perps cannot risk that! Same reason Oswald had to be murdered rather than have a trial.

 This witness, the article says, was going to therapy, like others, for his trauma as a survivor. Does it occur to anyone that (typical of Hegelian dialectic) the same government that creates both problem and solution, generously offers free counseling and therapy to survivors of all mass shooting events. If a survivor recounts too many conflicting details that could be problematic, the therapist duly notes that in their report.

Sure is a lot of dead witnesses to the 'lone gunman' shooting. Eight or nine so far?

John

A man who survived the Las Vegas massacre in October died several weeks later in a hit-and-run in southern Nevada.

(CNN)A man who survived the Las Vegas massacre in October died several weeks later in a hit-and-run in southern Nevada.

Roy McClellan, 52, was killed Nov. 17 when he was hit by a car in Pahrump, about 60 miles west of Las Vegas.

He was walking on the roadway when he got hit by a Chevrolet Camaro that fled the scene, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

McClellan and his wife made it out safely when a gunman opened fire at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on October 1, killing 58 people, his widow said.

The attack is the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.

Nearly seven weeks later, she's facing another tragedy.

"I don't understand why he wasn't taken at the shooting, but a month later he was taken this way," McClellan's widow, Denise, told CNN affilliate KSNV. "I hope my husband found peace and he's safe now."

The shooting "was really messing" with McClellan's head and "he was going to therapy," she told the affiliate.

Authorities found the car involved in the crash and charges against the driver are pending, KSNV reported.

McClellan is not the only survivor of the Las Vegas massacre who has died in the past weeks.

Dennis Carver, 52, and his wife, Lorraine, 53, died in a car crash on October less than a mile from their home in Riverside, California.

The couple were killed when their Mercedes smashed into a metal gate and brick pillars outside their community.

A massive fire erupted after the wreck, the California Highway Patrol said. It took firefighters nearly an hour to contain the blaze.

The couple's youngest daughter, Madison Carver, said she heard the crash from her bedroom. When she ran outside and down the street to find out what had happened, she recognized her family's vehicle in flames.

 


Sunday, November 26, 2017

Sardines eat daily! Nutrition, Benefits

Las Vegas Pulmonary jobs, college, $$$

Still bright sun here but getting cooler as days get shorter.

Who cares about Mugabe Zimbabwe transgender rebels Mogidishu Mohinga Muslim migrants Croatia genocide terrorists?
Fake news by the liberal news media?
USA has lots of news that is not reported but matters to you 
such as your health that depends on good location.

Even poor desert deserted nearly unpopulated Nevada still has sun, education and jobs that pay enough to live and save $
Dependent on electrical grid and water scarce in deserts Boulder Dam.

University of Nevada Las Vegas has a lot of classes and degrees in school year 
Just fly to cool weather in summer:

Business School
College of Education
College of Engineering
College of Fine Arts
Division of Health Sciences
Hotel Administration
School of Law
College of Liberal Arts
School of Medicine
College of Sciences
College of Urban Affairs

https://www.unlv.edu/medicine/pulmonary-critical-care-fellowship

The UNLV School of Medicine Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship is a fully accredited program

Mission

Provide outstanding clinical and research experience to fellows who will become leaders in their respective field.

UNLV School of Medicine offers a dynamic clinical fellowship, where fellows rotate between 

University Medical Center (our main training site),

 VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System, and 

Michael O'Callaghan Federal Medical Center. 

By rotating at all three hospitals, fellows are exposed to an unparalleled breadth of clinical pulmonary and critical care medicine.

Program Overview

Our pulmonary & critical care medicine fellowship program is designed to provide fellows with a balanced exposure to a wide variety of pulmonary diseases and critical care conditions through experiences in the ICU, inpatient consult services, and outpatient continuity clinics. 

Fellows will learn how to make diagnostic assessments and acquire skills in procedures relevant to practice as an independent Pulmonary and Critical Care specialist by the completion of the fellowship. 

Procedures include bronchoscopy, chest tube placement/thoracentesis, airway management/intubation, central venous/arterial catheter placement, pulmonary artery catheter placement, and critical care ultrasonography.

Additional procedures that fellows will be exposed to in the ICU may include percutaneous tracheostomy. 

Fellows will also receive training in interpretation of pulmonary function tests, chest radiology, cardiopulmonary exercise testing, and sleep studies.\\

MED 806 - Cardiovascular, Pulmonary and Renal Systems 

An integrated study of the cardiovascular, pulmonary, and renal systems¿ structures and functions.
 Overview of pathophysiology, epidemiology, biostatistics, diagnostic tests, and therapeutic principles associated with disorders.

Training Sites and Sample Rotation Schedule

• University Medical Center (UMC)

• VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (VA)

• Michael O'Callaghan Federal Hospital (MOFH)


Joint Venture between 99th Medical Group and VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (VASNHS). They offer the following services:
• Emergency Room
• ENT
• General Surgery
• Orthopedic
• Ostomy Clinic
• Podiatry
• SPD
• Social Worker
• Vascular Surgery
• VA Inpatient
• Wound Clinic
Address:
4700 N. Las Vegas Blvd.,
N. Las Vegas, NV 89191
Phone: 
(702) 653-2260
Hours of Operation:
Open 24 Hours
Parking, Public Transportation, and Shuttle Service

Parking:
There is only only one (1) entrance to the hospital parking lot it is from Las Vegas Blvd. This facility is part of the Air Force so security is very tight and there are several parking spaces that are reserved for Air Force personnel.


Community Clinic Directory

MCPO Jesse Dean VA Clinic

3650 South Point Circle, Building D, 2nd Floor, Suite 200
Laughlin, NV 89029
Phone: 702-298-1100
Fax: Not Available 
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Northeast Primary Care Clinic

4461 E Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone: 702-791-9050
Fax: 702-636-3000 
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Northwest Primary Care Clinic

3968 N Rancho Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89130
Phone: 702-791-9020
Fax: Not Available 
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Pahrump Community Based Outpatient Clinic

220 South Lola Lane
Pahrump, NV 89048
Phone: 775-727-7535
Fax: 775-751-6416

Southeast Primary Care Clinic

1020 S Boulder
Henderson, NV 89015
Phone: 702-791-9030


Southwest Primary Care Clinic

7235 South Buffalo Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Phone: 702-791-9040
















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Saturday, November 25, 2017

heart beat, sleep, inflammatory oils to fight germs. anti-inflammatory

Joyce,

70 degrees everybody happy, good mood everywhere in the sunshine for holidays.
I turned 70 years old doctor exam says I should live to 100, no obvious problems.
I need time too much work to do.
He felt good pulse in the bottom my feet good circulation.
Sprain in lower leg 2014 was scar tissue breaking from 2003 sprain.
Seems to have completely healed so I may start running marathons again.
Dr from Parsons SE Kansas talk about great Vegan pro athletes.

Your heart and brain are delicate electrical systems.
Anything that uses electricity can disrupt those tiny electrical systems.
Air conditioners, refrigerators, heaters, automobiles, ….
Cell phones, cordless phones especially bad held to head blast thru the brain.
Use rotary dial phone, real land line phone.
Unplug everything at night when sun goes down.
Use daylight in the day as much as possible.
Large vehicles, SUVs, RVs, are ferrous iron based metal pass thru earth magnetic field generates current like a generator.
May disrupt brain, heart, everything.
Don't live near high power lines such as near Boulder Dam "dirty electricity"

Ground yourself as much as possible-
Walk barefoot in lakes and oceans to get electrons.
Rebar in ground electric wire wrap around ankle while sleep.
Humans designed to walk barefoot on the earth or with leather sandals.

LED, TV, cell phones very bad.
Wrong light wavelength - disrupts hormones and sleep.
Read books under natural sunlight or old fashioned incandescent tungsten light bulbs.
My vision went downhill very fast after getting iMac iPod iPhone 2012
Old fashioned CRT TV computer screens and dumb phones not so bad.
My eyes are getting better by reading books and reducing computer, phones….

Wi-Fi also bad for sleep and brain function.
Get rid of wi-fi or turn off at sundown.
Get rid of bluetooth and wearable electronics.
Keep screens turned down as low as possible.
airplane mode as much as possible or turn off
smaller is better weaker electrics

Blood thinner should not be needed in sunny climates if you run or lay in bikini in sunshine
Sun on skin makes Nitric Oxide that is a natural blood thinner.
Sun on skin makes many good chemicals.

All drugs have side effects that can be very dangerous.
Mixing drugs makes those problems worse and worse.
Many people have minor problems but take so many drugs that they get sick
Makes doctors druggists rich $$$$ insurance Obamacare
Less drugs is better, usually.

Natural methods work together to make everything better.
Modern blood thickening problems are a probably diet sun issue.
I never heard of blood thinners until
I moved into the north coast California fog where pot smokers sit indoors and get sick.

Immune system:
reading book by dr. Barry Sears Toxic Fat
Pro-inflammatory diet boosts immune system by using inflammation to attack germs.
Anti-inflammatory diet reduces immune system from attacking your own tissues as in diabetes, arthritis, alzheimers, lupus, MS, …
Need a balance between pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory.
If you got infection then need more inflammation.
If you got diabetes or auto-immune disease then need less inflammation.
Control by diet.
Need a balance of oils Omega 3 6
Most people need more cod liver oil, fish oil, sardines, anchovies - the smaller the fish the better.
Also walnuts and ground flax seeds very good.
I got healthy on farm as teenager with unlimited supply of walnuts.

All nuts are good especially raw tree nuts with no salt.
Butter and Daisy sour cream is ok
Whole milk and egg yolks are good if animals raised naturally organic as in Missouri

Avoid corn, soy, canola oil, margarine, mayonnaise, hydrogenated, crisco and all that cheap junk in processed food.
Disaster.

Target has a good brand of "designer whey" with probiotics and vitamins.

Boulder city may be too low elevation, collect smog in bowl.
Deserts naturally have dirt in air plus all the car exhaust and dust on roads blow more dirt into air.
Higher altitude less dirts, smog, mold, germs,…. but cold in winter.
Cold causes colds, flu, pneumonia, depression, overeating, etc.
One reason why I like warm sunny Hawaii, Florida, Texas,...

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Having been diagnosed this summer with atrial fibrillation didn't help the matter as now I'm on a blood thinner Coumadin.

When I read about your caffeine information and eating chocolate coffee and all that I've known for most of my life that if I ate even a square of chocolate I can't sleep all night and I have rapid heart rates so I have avoided chocolate aka caffeine and even salsa too much Ginger and other things late afternoon and at night and not so sure because of the same reason it sent me into an arrhythmia.

I do drink plenty of water all the time but this summer I was in the ER 3 times for that problem but I think it was from a combination of stress and lack of sleep and exhaustion.

I also checked out joining a clinical trial at OHSU with the drug Club fastening were tissues to treat Hansen's Disease AKA leprosy.
The other two infectious disease doctors at Kaiser Permanente what to use the same medication which I've already been approved for a compassionate program but have not started.
I'm busy trying lots of sunshine and warmer weather with dryer air and walking.
I'm also eating pretty vegetarian.

We're checking out Vegas which would be probably Boulder City area to live but also need to check on Arizona and then figure out other states to look in.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely



Inhale essential oils for health, good smell

Kill germs in lungs, nasal, bronchi.
Inhale.
Go to Doctor Low Dog Ranch in New Mexico Mountains for herbal treatment

High altitude less germs clean air but cold ice snow in winter
Prescott Arizona is high but not too high big VA close to Mayo Clinic in Phoenix.

Good show on aroma therapy:

Plant-based oils often carry the scent of the plant.
numerous uses for them

What Are Essential Oils?
The volatile aromatic compounds found in plants have been used in healing traditions that reach back thousands of years.
Frankincense and myrrh, so familiar from the Bible story of the Magi, contain essential oils.
So does Vicks VapoRub.

Using Essential Oils:
People take enteric-coated peppermint oil to ease symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
It is very effective.

Lavender oil is usually used topically or as aromatherapy to ease depression, calm anxiety, promote sleep and treat skin blemishes.

Tea tree oil, from the Australian plant Melaleuca alternifolia, has antibacterial and antifungal activity
Carry in back pack all soldiers first aid

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Manson Family

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manson_Family?wprov=sfla1

No hack

Carnegie Mellon privacy engineering

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Dehydration arrhythmia electronics magnetics Re: Beach vs High Altitude

Dehydration is easy to cure but I suspect most of the population suffers from dehydration even in USA states where water is abundant.
I get good water at grocery store for 45 cents per gallon my own container
and get filtered water at some sites at the university.
Can get a Big Berkey water filter for home use.
Most tap water stinks with fluoride and pollutants that cause dementia, cancer, etc.
Milk has been filtered thru the cow
Milk around here is organic, pastured, not CAFO stinking dairies as in California.
Around here see happy cows grazing in fields indicator of healthy environment.
Milk a source of protein for vegetarians but maybe too much carbohydrates lactose milk sugar.
Protein raises insulin so bad for diabetics.

Coffee is a diuretic so if you drink coffee you may get even more dehydrated.
Soda Pop adds salt to make you more thirsty, plus sugar or artificial sweeteners linked to dementia.
I would stick to water and maybe milk.
Na / K Sodium / Potassium balance can be measured easily.
Any problem then correct by diet.
Age 10 I sucked on Potash stone carried in blue jeans Levis watch pocket
to correct for excess sodium of SAD Salty Standard American Diet of that era.
We lived near the largest Potash mine.
You can sense by taste if your taste has not been destroyed by SAD.

I have never heard of any American dying from salt deficiency.
Most people get far too much sodium salt and have far too high blood pressure.
Maybe 1000 times too much salt.
I can easily boost my blood pressure 40 points by adding salt.
Salt is added to processed food because it is cheaper than food and addictive and lengthens shelf life allowing more rancidity toxicity without spoilage.
Don't buy anything that has added salt - eat fresh natural foods.

Arrhythmia is often caused by chocolate that contains theobromine that can kill anybody if enough is consumed.
I finally figured out 2013 that 3 ounces of bakers unsweetened chocolate per day for months is too much for me.
Went to zero chocolate for 4 years and immediately no more arrhythmia, missed not a single beat.
I had rare arrhythmias off an on for 30 years that I never related to chocolate, never figured out why.
but in retrospect chocolate was 100% of the problem.

Coffee and tea contain caffeine that gets converted to theobromine that can kill you.
It may take years to get rid of built up toxins.
Also a lot of pesticides herbicides in coffee.
Must stop all coffee, tea, chocolate if you have arrhythmia.
If not cured then look for additional causes.

Green tea is the least caffeine and probably a health food.
I hear a lot of fake news saying good about coffee and chocolate but should not be used if get arrhythmia.
Probably research paid for by Starbucks.
1 drop of coffee can kill you if you are sensitive or have too much toxins built up.
I can handle coffee much better than chocolate.

Arrhythmia may be caused by electronics, cell phones carried close to heart, large iron ferrous objects.
Electro-magnetic disturbances.
Earth has a positive charge, sleep on dirt, hides, walk barefoot to stay charged up.
People designed to run on the beach, earth, barefoot gather, hunt with wood spears, stone tips, without any steel in the environment.

Large trucks, planes, refrigerators, generators, air conditioners are moving iron + dirty electricity.
Totally disrupts electro-magnetics cause insanity.
Brain, nerves, heart depend on proper electro-magnetics.
All chemical reactions depend on proper electro-magnetics.
Swimming daily can reverse some damage, or wade at the beach in sun at high noon.

Best to avoid any moving metallic objects most of which are iron based, cars, bikes, planes.
Turn off phones and electronics.
Drive Daimler Benz smart car which is about the lightest quality vehicle available.
Bicycle made of carbon fiber or at least aluminum also light nonferrous.
Or just walk in natural leather shoes flip flops or barefoot to get exercise and chores done.

Steel buildings may help your electronics - over time pick up the natural magnetic fields of the place where they are built.
Wood buildings will not help, most houses toxic dump death traps mold chemicals, dirty eletricity etc.
Move to a large old steel skyscraper remove electric appliances and open windows for fresh air.

Electro-magnetic disturbances probably a big problem on top of the large quantities of junk food, drugs, and lack of exercise.
I am studying the local population and college students diet and lifestyle to help figure out causes of pathologies.
Huge differences in the different subcultures and different than subcultures in San Francisco, California north and south coasts, and Texas and older generations in my family past.

SHTF already
caused by diet, lifestyle, lack of exercise, electronics, disinformation, advertising,,,,,
90% of the population is in collapse but 10% is thriving and working and getting paid to remediate the damage.

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Joe, I think you're OK where you are for now at least.
The daily activity will do it, but the remarks on dehydration are of interest to me.
Have personal experience and friends with arrhythmias that seem to stem from possible dehydration.
Determining our hydration doesn't seem to be an easy thing, or convenient, if we need to add or subtract water.

Also Na vs K electrolytes. In reading on potassium, one article says sodium contracts and potassium relaxes a muscle.
I think more accurately the electrolytes fire or don't fire the nerve that contracts or relaxes the muscle.
The odd thing is one article says too much potassium also causes cramping.

BB

Oxygen is the best pro-oxidant.
Altitude is an anti-oxidant
Tobacco cigarettes are a powerful anti-oxidant that burns much of the oxygen in air inhaled.
But probably best to not inhale smoke tobacco to get rid of oxygen in the air.
Smoke contains carcinogens.
Cancer is stimulated by lack of oxygen -- too many anti-oxidants.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a cancer cure - burn up the cancer with excess oxygen.

Probably should be careful of living at higher than 8000 foot elevation due to low oxygen.
Also cold, snow at elevation slip fall on ice break bones.
Go uphill gradually.
Probably 3333 to 4444 foot elevation about right, safe level to see if it is ok.
Such as Lubbock Texas, El Paso, Clovis, Canyon.

Prescott Arizona, Albuqurque, Ruidoso somewhat higher may be ok but colder.
Tahoe too much snow. Flagstaff cold, Colorado, Wyoming many areas high but cold.

higher gets less bugs, ticks, mosquitoes, zika, molds, snakes, etc.
Particularly for me I don't like dust mites or California mold junk in the air indoor pollution.
So high is good.

Fat people need higher elevations but I am not fat so prefer beach, ocean.
Need to find good books on the subject.
Conflicting inconclusive information on the internet:
---------------------

Colorado had the lowest obesity rate in the U.S.
The only state under 20 percent.
A healthy state, with lower rates of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.
California, Oregon, Washington outdoors lifestyle is prevalent and where people are active,
and those states are getting fat, obese.
What Colorado has is altitude.
With an average altitude of 6,800 feet above sea level,
it's the highest state in the U.S.

Over 140 million people live permanently at high altitudes (>8000 feet) in America, Africa, and Asia, and flourish very well for millennia in the exceptionally high mountains, without any apparent complications.
For the native highlanders, there are no adverse effects to staying at high altitude.

Athletes train at altitude in order to take advantage of this natural form of blood doping (increased oxygen capacity) when they compete at sea level.

Weight loss:
According to director of the Altitude Research Center in Aurora, Colorado
"we've known since the 1920s that if you go to really high altitudes you will lose weight".
It is well known that obesity can lead to a host of health problems,
advantage to living at high altitude.
Leptin and other hormones involved in appetite control rise at higher elevation,
part of the reason why people report weight loss when they move to high altitude.
at high elevations, our bodies are working harder and are therefore burning more calories.

Reduced incidence of stroke/transient ischemic attack (TIA):
Incidence of cerebrovascular disease in those living at altitude appears to be lower,
according to surveys from both South America and Asia.

Improved asthmatic symptoms:
evidence that those plagued by asthma can do better at high altitude.

dust mites, a very common allergen, do not live at high altitude.

Pollution may also be less than at sea level.

beautiful scenery,
majestic mountains,
clean air and
inspiring recreation opportunities.

The physiological and genetic adaptations in native highlanders involve modification in the oxygen transport system of the blood,
especially molecular changes in the structure and functions of hemoglobin,
a protein for carrying oxygen in the body.
This is to compensate for perpetual low oxygen environment.
This adaptation is associated with developmental patterns such as
high birth weight,
increased lung volumes,
increased breathing, and
higher resting metabolism.

for every 1,000 feet that you ascend in elevation, a loss of about 3 percent of oxygen occurs.

Go to higher elevation slowly:
prevent altitude sickness is to take your time going from sea level to high elevation.

Increase your consumption of water:
low humidity and low air pressure of high altitudes can cause moisture from your skin and lungs to evaporate more quickly.

Rest and eat well during the first few days:
The body is needing to make more red blood cells and enzymes;
it is also working harder (breathing more deeply and more often, the heart is pumping more),
Your body needs iron to produce hemoglobin.

U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs has been at the forefront of acclimatization studies.
followed freshmen for a year and compared those who came from
"moderate" altitude, or about 5,000 feet, to
those who came from sea level.
concluded that students from moderate altitude had higher concentrations of hematocrits, hemoglobin and iron than those who had moved to altitude from sea level — even after a year of training.
Participants from sea level also recorded slower times in 1.5-mile runs and
lower composite physical Fitness test scores.
Low landers generally aren't affected by altitude until they reach 4,500 to 5,000 feet.
But after that, the affects of altitude are compounded about every 1,000 feet

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Beach vs High Altitude Rocky Mountain High Colorado

Oxygen is the best pro-oxidant.
Altitude is an anti-oxidant
Tobacco cigarettes are a powerful anti-oxidant that burns much of the oxygen in air inhaled.
But probably best to not inhale smoke tobacco to get rid of oxygen in the air.
Smoke contains carcinogens.
Cancer is stimulated by lack of oxygen -- too many anti-oxidants.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a cancer cure - burn up the cancer with excess oxygen.

Probably should be careful of living at higher than 8000 foot elevation due to low oxygen.
Also cold, snow at elevation slip fall on ice break bones.
Go uphill gradually.
Probably 3333 to 4444 foot elevation about right, safe level to see if it is ok.
Such as Lubbock Texas, El Paso, Clovis, Canyon.

Prescott Arizona, Albuqurque, Ruidoso somewhat higher may be ok but colder.
Tahoe too much snow. Flagstaff cold, Colorado, Wyoming many areas high but cold.

higher gets less bugs, ticks, mosquitoes, zika, molds, snakes, etc.
Particularly for me I don't like dust mites or California mold junk in the air indoor pollution.
So high is good.

Fat people need higher elevations but I am not fat so prefer beach, ocean.
Need to find good books on the subject.
Conflicting inconclusive information on the internet:
---------------------

Colorado had the lowest obesity rate in the U.S.
The only state under 20 percent.
A healthy state, with lower rates of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.
California, Oregon, Washington outdoors lifestyle is prevalent and where people are active,
and those states are getting fat, obese.
What Colorado has is altitude.
With an average altitude of 6,800 feet above sea level,
it's the highest state in the U.S.

Over 140 million people live permanently at high altitudes (>8000 feet) in America, Africa, and Asia, and flourish very well for millennia in the exceptionally high mountains, without any apparent complications.
For the native highlanders, there are no adverse effects to staying at high altitude.

Athletes train at altitude in order to take advantage of this natural form of blood doping (increased oxygen capacity) when they compete at sea level.

Weight loss:
According to director of the Altitude Research Center in Aurora, Colorado
"we've known since the 1920s that if you go to really high altitudes you will lose weight".
It is well known that obesity can lead to a host of health problems,
advantage to living at high altitude.
Leptin and other hormones involved in appetite control rise at higher elevation,
part of the reason why people report weight loss when they move to high altitude.
at high elevations, our bodies are working harder and are therefore burning more calories.

Reduced incidence of stroke/transient ischemic attack (TIA):
Incidence of cerebrovascular disease in those living at altitude appears to be lower,
according to surveys from both South America and Asia.

Improved asthmatic symptoms:
evidence that those plagued by asthma can do better at high altitude.

dust mites, a very common allergen, do not live at high altitude.

Pollution may also be less than at sea level.

beautiful scenery,
majestic mountains,
clean air and
inspiring recreation opportunities.

The physiological and genetic adaptations in native highlanders involve modification in the oxygen transport system of the blood,
especially molecular changes in the structure and functions of hemoglobin,
a protein for carrying oxygen in the body.
This is to compensate for perpetual low oxygen environment.
This adaptation is associated with developmental patterns such as
high birth weight,
increased lung volumes,
increased breathing, and
higher resting metabolism.

for every 1,000 feet that you ascend in elevation, a loss of about 3 percent of oxygen occurs.

Go to higher elevation slowly:
prevent altitude sickness is to take your time going from sea level to high elevation.

Increase your consumption of water:
low humidity and low air pressure of high altitudes can cause moisture from your skin and lungs to evaporate more quickly.

Rest and eat well during the first few days:
The body is needing to make more red blood cells and enzymes;
it is also working harder (breathing more deeply and more often, the heart is pumping more),
Your body needs iron to produce hemoglobin.

U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs has been at the forefront of acclimatization studies.
followed freshmen for a year and compared those who came from
"moderate" altitude, or about 5,000 feet, to
those who came from sea level.
concluded that students from moderate altitude had higher concentrations of hematocrits, hemoglobin and iron than those who had moved to altitude from sea level — even after a year of training.
Participants from sea level also recorded slower times in 1.5-mile runs and
lower composite physical Fitness test scores.
Low landers generally aren't affected by altitude until they reach 4,500 to 5,000 feet.
But after that, the affects of altitude are compounded about every 1,000 feet
— so the affects of going from 6,000 feet to 7000 feet can
feel the same as jumping from sea level to 4,500 feet.

populations living at altitude are generally "healthier" and "hardier" than those at sea level,
towns are generally smaller, "you walk or bike and are more active in daily life,"

since 1968, 95 percent of medalists in the Olympics or world championships
in events longer than 800 meters "have been exposed to altitude."

climb Mount Everest, how to get enough calories to survive.
There's been no exception to this finding.
Every expedition that's gone to high altitude, people have lost weight."

when test subjects were placed in an altitude chamber for 40 days and allowed to eat whatever they wanted,
they lost weight.

obesity can lead to a host of other problems — diabetes, heart and lung issues —
keeping the weight off can only help.

Colorado had the lowest obesity rate in the U.S.
It was the only state under 20 percent.
It's also a healthy state, with lower rates of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.

California, Oregon, Washington outdoors lifestyle is prevalent and where people are active,
and those states are getting fat, obese.
What Colorado has is altitude.
With an average altitude of 6,800 feet above sea level, it's the highest state in the U.S.

living at higher altitude may have a protective effect on ischaemic heart disease.
Researchers note that Colorado has the nation's lowest death rate from heart disease and has lower rates of lung and colon cancer.
Researchers studied villages in Greece and found total and coronary mortality were lower for residents of a mountainous village in comparison with residents of two lowland villages.
"If you look at people who live at high altitude around the world, incidents of most types of heart disease and stroke are much less,"

7 Of the top 10 counties in the U.S. for longevity were high-altitude counties in Colorado

Ginkgo Biloba: This safe, natural herbal supplement has been shown to reduce or eliminate acute symptoms of altitude sickness
ginkgo's most important effects are their ability to improve blood circulation as well as allow the brain to tolerate low oxygen levels.

Ecuador and Peru you have easy access to coca tea. Locals have used this natural infusion of coca leaves for thousands of years to support balance at elevation.

Both heart rate and respiratory rate increases as altitude increases.
Respiratory rate is how many breaths an individual takes per minute.
During initial exposure to altitude the body must increase respiratory rate in order to get more oxygen to the body and expel carbon dioxide.
Heart rate increases as respiratory rate increases to help pump oxygen through the body.

One way the body acclimatizes to high altitude is by increasing the amount of red blood cells produced.
It takes the body about four to five days to create new red blood cells and after an individual has been exposed to altitude for long periods of time, they will have 30 percent to 50 percent more red blood cells than an individual at sea level
The body also creates more capillaries to match the production of new red blood cells.
Extra capillaries decrease the distance between the cell and capillary, making it easier to transport oxygen throughout the body.

Dehydration

Low humidity, dry air and increased respiratory rate are all factors that contribute to dehydration at high altitude. Above 6,000 feet, the body exhales and perspires twice as much moisture than at sea level.
Also as a result of lower air pressure moisture from the skin is evaporated at faster rates that can cause dehydration.
With lower levels of oxygen available and less body moisture, the body is more sensitive to diuretics, such as alcohol and caffeine at high altitudes.

Fluid Shifts

to sustain vital organs with oxygen and because the amount of oxygen available decreases at higher altitudes, the body redistributes blood throughout the body.
It decreases the amount of blood flowing to digestive organs and increases blood to the brain, heart and lungs.

"Oxygen – The Ultimate Nutrient." lecture series, he explains why hypoxia is at the root of most disease states.

Dr. Otto Heinrich Warburg, PhD, won the 1931 Nobel Prize in Physiology for his work in understanding the real cause of cancer. As the Director of the Max Planck Institute for Cell Physiology in Germany, he was considered one of the twentieth century's greatest biochemists. His Nobel Prize was awarded for proving that the cause of cancer is hypoxia.

too much hemoglobin can cause the blood to become sticky and viscous, which is harder to pump).

Wounds tend to get more infected at elevation, and they tend to heal more slowly.It is believed that increased stress hormones and decreased oxygen delivery are responsible for this occurring.

There are many different reasons for insufficient oxygen.
What is important to understand is that no matter what the source, hypoxia impairs the capacity of cells to utilize nutrients and remove waste.
This in turn adversely affects tissue integrity and can result in disease, as well as making existing conditions worse.

Brain

studies where neurobehavioral function has been compared in mountaineers before and after return from great heights and in
people with chronic pulmonary disease before and after prolonged, continuous oxygen therapy.
Many studies report mild impairment of neurobehavioral function after fairly prolonged hypoxic exposure.
deficits in memory storage and recall,
aphasia,
concentration,
finger tapping speed still detectable a year later in one group of mountaineers.
hypoxia suffering mountaineers have demonstrably poorer memory and concentration,
and the effect of hypoxia is sustained for long periods of time after returning from altitude
healthy individuals who are living in high altitude in excursions are with cognitive defects
In the present study, we investigated whether healthy young people who were born and raised in low altitudes, but who were then exposed to chronic hypoxia for three years at high altitudes, showed impairment in a visuospatial attention task

At high altitude, T lymphocyte function is mildly reduced, and
defense against bacterial infection may be compromised,
although resistance to viral infection is not affected and
response to immunization is maintained.
Recent studies have shown changes in the immune system
secondary to the production of immunomodulating compounds
after exposure to increased concentrations of ultraviolet light [4].
Studies of granulocyte function during physical exercise at high altitude
describe rapid reversal of granulocytosis after initial extravasation,
and decreased production of superoxide anions [5].
In addition, hypoxia per se may induce systemic increases in inflammatory markers
and influence disease at high altitude.


Tickborne encephalitis.
Because endemic areas include deciduous forest below the altitude of 1200 m,
tickborne encephalitis and perhaps its Ixodes tick vector may be uncommon
unless the disease was acquired at a lower altitude.

Bacterial meningitis is uncommon in the traveler to high altitude.

Respiratory problems are common at high altitude [10, 24, 25].
Symptoms are exacerbated by hypoxic conditions,
crowding into tents and huts,
smoky wood stoves, and
cold, dry air.
Common manifestations include sinusitis,
pharyngitis,
bronchitis, and
pneumonia.
Sore throat and
cough are common above 4000 m.
bronchitis in Aconcagua climbers was seen in 13 of 19 climbers at 4300 m.
The cough can be purulent or dry, and it can be severe enough to cause rib fractures.
Nasal congestion may worsen hypoxemia, especially at night when
excessive oxygen desaturation is common during episodes of periodic breathing.
Respiratory infections may predispose the outdoor trekker to acute mountain sickness [10, 24, 25].
In fact, if acute altitude sickness develops after a respiratory infection,
further ascent up the mountain may need to be postponed because
life-threatening high-altitude cerebral edema or pulmonary edema may result.

prevention of respiratory symptoms is important at higher altitudes;
such prevention includes
keeping the head warm,
adequate hydration,
use of nasal decongestants, and
breathing through a silk scarf to keep air humidified [28].
Even with purulent sputum production, the role of antibiotics is not established [29].
The common symptoms of cough,
tachycardia,
tachypnea, and
shortness of breath are shared by
respiratory infections and by
high-altitude pulmonary edema [2].
antibiotics are often used.
influenza vaccine should be considered, particularly for those not immunized within the past year,

Pyoderma,
carbuncles,
furuncles, and
wound infections are among the most common problems encountered among people sojourning to the mountains [32].
Poor hygiene,
prolonged exposure to moisture,
trauma, and
frostbite are common in the mountain wilderness and predispose the outdoor trekker to frequent and severe dermatological problems.
In the hypoxic high-altitude environment,
wounds may heal slowly, despite therapy with antibiotics.
Superficial infections can be accompanied by cellulitis and lymphangitis [33].
Descent to lower altitude may be the only definitive treatment.
Exposure to ultraviolet radiation and frigid weather can reactivate herpes simplex infections.
Scabies and lice are endemic.
In situations of trauma, burns, and surgical procedure at high altitude, impaired immunity and poor hygiene associated with altitude may result in a
festering wound infection.

Local inhabitants commonly present with advanced cases of
skin infections that afflict visitors, but less severely. For example,
septicemia and
osteomyelitis not uncommonly develop secondary to
uncontrolled skin infections in natives.
Suppurative otitis media may predispose local inhabitants to
facial infection,
bone infection,
hearing loss, and
meningitis.
Varicella is common in Nepalese children; visitors unsure of their immune status should consider varicella immunization before travel.

Malaria is a pervasive danger. Although Plasmodium species generally are
not transmitted at altitudes >2000 m
6000 feet,
illness from acute or reactivated malarial infection acquired at lower elevations may manifest at higher altitudes [35].
medical evacuation from high altitude to a larger center is the norm.
prevention when visiting endemic areas are
mosquito repellents and
chemoprophylaxis.
Dengue fever, with Aedes aegypti mosquito vectors [36, 37], is endemic to the tropics and subtropics, with transmission occurring between approximately 25′N and 25′S latitude.
Like malaria, travelers are infected in the lowlands and become ill after reaching higher altitude.
Treatment includes descent.
Prevention of mosquito bites should be stressed.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever occurs at lower altitudes and is rarely, if ever, seen in mountain travelers.

Typhus is probably acause of fever in mountain travelers,
vectored by lice, fleas, or mites, depending on whether it is epidemic, endemic, or scrub typhus

The sandfly is the vector for bartonellosis, caused by Bartonella bacilliformis
Diagnosis is made by the clinical presentation in the presence of anemia and by visualization of the pathogen via erythrocyte smears.

Leptospirosis is commonly spread by direct contact of abraded skin with contaminated water or soil.

Pain at the location of dental caries may occur due to decreased atmospheric pressure with expansion of gas in the cavity at high altitude.

infections and infectious diseases at high altitude often parallel those in adjacent lowland environments.

Immunomodulation,
hypoxemia,
hypobaria,
physiological adaptation,
harsh environmental stressors,
exposure to foreign agents, and
reckless behavior
can enhance susceptibility to pathogens.
The ultimate treatment may require descent.
Prevention is crucial