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Volume 5 - 2012

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Volume 5 - 2012

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Fall Issue

Fall 2012-Volume 5 Issue 4 (PDF 1 MB)

Fall 2012-Text only version (PDF 98 KB)

In this issue:

  • One Health and Polio Eradication
  • Role of Zoos in One Health
  • Lemur Disease Ecology: Linking Ecosystem Viability and Conservation in Madagascar
  • Wildlife-Pet Interface
  • Baylisascaris procyonis Distribution and Prevalence in Florida: Research Update
  • Investigating Invasive Species from One Health Perspective
  • ProMED Highlights 2012
  • University of Florida Students Seek One Health PhD
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Summer Issue

Summer 2012-Volume 5 Issue 3 (PDF 1 MB)

Summer 2012-Text only version (PDF 91 KB)

In this issue:

  • Practicing One Health for the Human Health Clinician
  • Physicians, Veterinarians Partner to Help People, Horses to Breathe Easy
  • Sea Grant, Veterinarians Join Forces to Raise Awareness on Medicine Disposal
  • Building Support for Protected Areas Using a “One Health” Perspective
  • Saving Fido, Fluffy, and Nickers
  • Pet Food and Human Disease
  • Third Annual World Rabies Day International Webinar
  • Veterinary Services, APHIS, USDA Creates a New One Health Coordination Office
  • World Veterinary Association Joins World Medical Association
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Endorses One Health
  • Call to Arms: A Resource Guide for One Health from the One Health Initiative Team
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Spring Issue

Spring 2012-Volume 5 Issue 2 (PDF 2 MB)

Spring 2012-Text only version (PDF 84 KB)

In this issue:

  • Human Pathogen Killing Corals in the Florida Keys
  • CU-Boulder Python Study May Have Implications for Human Heart Health
  • Canine Models of Human Diseases
  • Man's Best Friend Not Immune to Stigmas of War; Overcomes PTSD
  • Survey of Pet Dogs Indicate Lyme Diseases Risk Much Greater Than Previous Estimates
  • CCMTR Begins Collaboration With Wake Forest University Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  • The Partnership for Food Protection and FDA Announce Establishment of PETNet
  • FDA Starts Nationwide Salmonella testing on Pet Food
  • World Bank Funds Health Project into Second Phase
  • One Health in Action: USAID's Emerging Pandemic Threats Program and the PREDICT Collaboration
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications

Winter Issue

Winter 2012-Volume 5 Issue 1 (PDF 3.2 MB)

Winter 2012-Text only version (PDF 80 KB)

In this issue:

  • A Provocative Example of One Health Principles: Emergence of Antiviral Resistance Due to Unintended Exposure of an Animal Reservoir of Influenza to a human drug.
  • UF Research in Vector-borne Diseases Demonstrates the Importance of One Health Collaborations
  • The dotSkapes Project: One Health Research on the Cloud
  • Texas A&M Center Confronts Antibiotic Crisis With Potential New Bacterial Treatment
  • USU Research Professor Studies "Pasture Pharmacy"
  • Cleaning Cows From the Inside Out
  • Study finds "Minimal" Health Impacts on Canine 9/11 Rescuers
  • National League of Cities Adopts One Health Resolution at 2011 Congress of Cities
  • Coming Events
  • Recent One Health Publications