One Health Headlines: Friday, February 10, 2012

This week’s One Health roundup includes a look at canine cancer (and how it may hold clues to curing cancer in humans); the dangers of wood smoke and cigarette smoke to our pets; how pets can improve the lives of people in hospice care, courtrooms, and offices; and the latest in animal research.

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

Dogs Get Cancer Like People, and Hold Clues to Cures

Wall Street Journal

Smoky air can harm dogs and cats, too, says vets and pollution experts
Contra Costa Times (Calif.)

Veterinary Q&A: Secondhand smoke and our pets
Seattle Times

Fla. program keeps hospice patients and their pets together
The Republic (Ind.)

Canine comforter: Dog makes court experience less ruff
Muskogee Phoenix (Okla.)

With a few rules, dogs and offices can mix well
USA Today

Idaho mine understates impact on fish deformities: U.S.

Cancer Drug Erases Alzheimer’s in Mice
ABC News

Study on mice shows fasting weakens cancer
Agence France Presse

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