One Health Headlines: Friday, February 3, 2012

We lead off this week’s One Health roundup with an incredible story out of California, where an 8-year-old girl became one of the few people ever to survive a rabies infection (you can read the CDC report here ).

Other stories cover the risk of Salmonella infections from small pet turtles, an outbreak of Campylobacter tied to raw milk, how closing an Ohio power plant may benefit fish in Lake Erie, and advice on preparing young kids for dogs in the house (and vice versa).

Thanks for reading, and have a happy and healthy weekend!

Eight-year-old survives rabies

United Press International

Deadly rabies fear after man shows off bat in box

Pet Turtles Carry Salmonella Dangers, CDC Warns
U.S. News and World Report

35 cases of illness tied to Pa. farm’s raw milk
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Panel defends call to censor bird flu studies
Chicago Tribune

Vietnam reports 2nd bird flu death in a month
Boston Globe

Healing soldiers, one dog at a time

Ohio power plant closing may help Lake Erie’s fish
CBS News

Baby on the way? Make time to prepare your pet
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Asheville pet experts recommend teaching children how to interact with animals
Asheville Citizen-Times (N.C.)

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