One Health Headlines: Friday, September 14, 2012

In this week’s One Health roundup: An overview of some of the more prominent animal-to-human disease transmissions in 2012; a look at how increased collaboration between veterinarians and physicians is benefiting human and animal health; the latest news from the rodent-borne hantavirus outbreak at Yosemite National Park, and much more.

As always, thanks for reading, and have a happy and healthy weekend!

Tracking Viruses From Animals To People
National Public Radio

Are Animal-Borne Diseases on the Rise?
Discovery News

Vets and Physicians Find Research Parallels
New York Times

Yosemite deer mice being trapped, killed following virus outbreak
Reuters

Doctors still trying to diagnose mysteries of hantavirus
Los Angeles Times

Yet another pig flu virus infects people
NBC News

Not so cute: Pet hedgehogs sicken 14 with salmonella, CDC says
NBC News

Second Beaver Attack Prompts Rabies Concern
WJLA-TV (Va.)

Fido’s arthritis drug may cure drug-resistant tuberculosis
Los Angeles Times

Human stem cells restore hearing in gerbil study
USA Today

Sea Otters May Be Global Warming Warriors
Live Science

 

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