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20 People May Have Been Exposed After Family Adopts Rabid Kitten

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A family in Colorado Springs may have been exposed to rabies after a stray kitten they adopted tested positive for the virus. 127 more words


Yorktown fox tests positive for rabies virus

Yorktown, Va. – A fox has tested positive for rabies in Yorktown, according to the Peninsula Health District.

The Peninsula Health District is notifying the residents of the Chisman Creek and Boathouse Creek area of Yorktown that a fox has tested positive for the rabies virus, according to Lois Gary, Public Information Contact for the Peninsula Health District. 275 more words


Of Operations, Rabies and Floods

On the Saturday following Sheila’s departure, I sat up in bed with a big cup of coffee, played her Chris de Burgh tape, and missed her. 432 more words

Writing Novels

Yes, we can stop viruses such as Ebola and rabies -- here's how

(World Scientific 27 February 2015) With a group of like-minded scientists, editors Asit K Pattanaik and Michael Whitt have compiled a timely publication entitled ‘Biology and Pathogenesis of Rhabdo- and Filoviruses’ discussing the most recent findings on processes and current status of development of vaccines and antivirals to mitigate the diseases caused by viruses like Ebola and Rabies. 26 more words


New study IDs BIRDS that carry LYME DISEASE bacteria in CALIFORNIA ~ CHIKUNGUNYA update ~ ANNOUNCEMENT: GARC offers RABIES Educator Certificate

California 02/25/15 berkeley.edu: by Sarah Yang – Birds are more important than previously recognized as hosts for Lyme disease-causing bacteria in California, according to a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers. 1,023 more words

Viral Disease

Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies In South Jersey

WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) – Officials in Camden County have confirmed that a raccoon removed from a yard of a Waterford Township home has tested positive for rabies. 124 more words


Championing the cause for a rabies-free Philippines

I’m now in the last leg of the three-part session of the Communicating Health Advocacy Mentorship Program (CHAMP) conducted by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control. 239 more words