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Wayne Memorial Launches Mobile Audiology

Honesdale - Wayne Memorial Hospital has announced the start of a new service: mobile audiology. Wayne Memorial Hearing Solutions kicked off the new service by offering free hearing screenings at the W...

[Seminar] Current status of rabies and prospects for elimination

Rabies is one of the most deadly infectious diseases, with a case-fatality rate approaching 100%. The disease is established on all continents apart from Antarctica; most cases are reported in Africa ...

From Bite Site to Brain: How Rabies Virus Hijacks Nerve Cells

Rabies (and rabies virus, its causative agent) is usually transmitted through the bite of an infected animal into muscle tissue of the new host.

Bat in your house? Don't touch it or kill it

After a confirmed rabies case in Parke County last week, experts are urging caution if you find a bat in your home or office.

Waynesboro, Tenn. - Wayne Medical Center Honors Nurse for Fifty Years of Service

Wayne Medical Center (WMC) recently honored a member of its nursing staff who has provided 50 years of service to the hospital and its patients. Mary Estes, RN, began working at the hospital in 1964,...

Challenging Rabies Investigation

The case of a US federal detainee with potentially infectious rabies challenged public health officials to locate the man’s contacts who might need postexposure prophylaxis (PEP).

Rabies Shots for Dogs Would Save People in Developing Countries: Study

THURSDAY, Sept. 25, 2014 -- Mass rabies vaccination programs for dogs in developing nations could eliminate human cases of the deadly disease, a new study suggests. Rabies is rare in developed nations...

China kills nearly 5,000 dogs to control rabies

Chinese authorities killed almost 5,000 dogs in one city after blaming five human deaths on rabies, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday.

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Rabies post-exposure prophylaxis of overseas travelers in the international travel clinic of the national medical center from 2006 to 2012, Korea.

Rabies is an acute fatal viral disease generally transmitted from infected animals to humans through bites. It is distributed worldwide. The number of Korean people traveling to rabies-endemic countri...

Strategic model of national rabies control in Korea.

Rabies is an important zoonosis in the public and veterinary healthy arenas. This article provides information on the situation of current rabies outbreak, analyzes the current national rabies control...

Rabies.

Rabies is an acute encephalomyelitis of humans and animals caused by rabies virus, which is usually transmitted by an animal bite. Rabies has a very rich history. Worldwide, dogs are the most importan...

Controlling rabies through a multidisciplinary, public health system in Trujillo, La Libertad, Peru.

Rabies remains endemic in Peru. In 1983, Latin America and the Caribbean promised to eliminate canine-transmitted rabies from the continent. This led to Peru introducing a multidisciplinary public hea...

Resident education in free clinics: an internal medicine continuity clinic experience.

Most internal medicine (IM) residency programs provide ambulatory training in academic medical centers. Community-based ambulatory training has been suggested to improve ambulatory and primary care ed...

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