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Volume 1 - 2008

Florida Health

Disease Control

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Fall 2008 - Volume 1 Issue 4

In this issue:

  • The One Health Community - A Paradigm for Developing Countries
  • The Other "One Medicine"
  • Biological Warfare Involves Animal Diseases
  • Avian Flu and the One Health Initiative
  • Immunocompromised Individuals
  • World Rabies Day Initiative: One Health-One Medicine in Action
  • New "One Health" website
  • One Health Publications
  • Coming Events

Summer 2008 - Volume 1 Issue 3

In this issue:

  • Efficacious "One Health" Implementation
  • Wildlife disease reports on ProMED
  • Discovery of Streptomycin for the Treatment of Tuberculosis
  • Animals Provide Wakeup Call on Community Poisons
  • HIV/AIDS and the Veterinary Practitioner - Making a Difference
  • Lyme Disease in Florida: What You Need to Know
  • Joint DVM/MPH Program at the University of Florida Enters Second Year
  • Coming Events
  • One Health Publications

Spring 2008 - Volume 1 Issue 2

In this issue:

  • Chikungunya - Could it be the Next West Nile?
  • Chikungunya Virus in Florida: Lessons from Italy, 2007
  • One Health and Biodiversity Loss
  • Florida Red Tide: Human and Animal Exposure and Health Effects
  • Human Larva Migrans Caused by Toxocara canis and Baylisascaris procyonis
  • Obesity Epidemic Occurring Concurrently in People and Pets
  • Coming Events
  • One Health Publications

Winter 2008 - Volume 1 Issue 1

In this issue:

  • Louis Pasteur and One Health
  • One Health Task Force
  • Canine Rabies in the United States
  • MRSA in Pets
  • Trypanosoma cruzi infections in Florida
  • In Brief: Environmental contaminant linked to hyperthyroidism in cats, could also be an issue for kids
  • Coming Events

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