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Volume 3 - 2010

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Fall 2010 - Volume 3 Issue 4

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In this issue:

  • An Innovative Approach to Graduate Public Health Education
  • The One Health Initiative through a 50-Year Lens
  • Why the environment and environmental change matter to One Health
  • One Health or ...some health?
  • Eco-epidemiology and control of Chagas disease in northern Argentina
  • One Health in South Asia, April 2010
  • Composting of animal carcasses
  • A study to map and measure disparities in welfare for cats across neighborhoods in Boston
  • FAO in One Health: Business Unusual
  • North Carolina Stakeholders Form the One Health Collaborative
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Summer 2010 - Volume 3 Issue 3

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In this issue:

  • An Ecological Epidemiology Approach
  • Hendra Virus
  • Malaria risk in Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake
  • Biomedical Informatics: Bridging the Gap between Science and Medicine
  • Human Brucellosis in Florida
  • Integrating a One Health Approach in Education
  • My Future Veterinary Career in Human Health
  • New One Health Course
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Spring 2010 - Volume 3 Issue 2

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In this issue:

  • Intrusions and Infectious Disease Emergence
  • One Health and Wildlife
  • A Field based approach to Bovine TB in England
  • Bovine Tuberculosis in North American Wildlife: A Continued Risk
  • The Zoonoses Integration Project
  • Wildlife Health is "One Health" and more
  • One Health: People and Wildlife Share the Need for a Clean Environment
  • Cancer in wildlife, normally rare, can signal toxic dangers
  • Mad Mules
  • "One Health" for Illinois
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Winter 2010 - Volume 3 Issue 1

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In this issue:

  • One Health - At the Crossroads
  • Concurrent Development of Novel West Nile Vaccines for Humans and Equids
  • One World, One Health - An Utopian Dream or a Reality?
  • ProMED-mail and One Health
  • A grant opportunity for charities
  • Tuberculosis: a re-emerging disease in animals and humans
  • The Big Fix
  • Tufts One Health Obesity Awareness Fair
  • Yale Medical School One Health Elective
  • H1N1Veterinary and Agricultural Liaison
  • USDA and the One Health Initiative
  • Influenza Viruses Continue to Surprise Scientists
  • 2009 H1N1 in Companion Animals
  • One Health Publications
  • Coming Events

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