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Delivery and evaluation of participatory education for animal keepers led by veterinarians and para-veterinarians around the Kanha Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India.

We aim to investigate local perceptions of animal health challenges; current animal health knowledge; and methods to provide effective, relevant education to animal keepers in the Kanha Tiger Reserve area.

A Determinants of Health Conceptual Model for Fish and Wildlife Health.

Our objectives were to establish if the determinant of health model used in the fields of human population and public health could be adapted to wildlife health; if it was applicable to more than one species; and if it reflected how fish and wildlife managers conceptualized health in practice. A conceptual model was developed using a scoping review on fish and wildlife health and resilience coupled with a participatory process with experts on barren ground caribou ( Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) and sock...

Brucellosis is a public health problem in southern Italy: Burden and epidemiological trend of human and animal disease.

Brucellosis is the most common global bacterial zoonotic disease. Italian annual 2015 report on animal brucellosis control that was submitted to the Integrated National Plan of the Italian Health Ministry showed that the Italian region with the highest prevalence and incidence of brucellosis was Sicily (3.3%). This study aims to demonstrate the burden of disease and the epidemiological trend of human and animal brucellosis in Messina, Sicily, from 1997 to 2016.

Exploring the Social Determinants of Animal Health.

An understanding of the One Health and EcoHealth concepts by students is dependent on medical pedagogy and veterinary medical pedagogy having similarities that allow a common discourse. Medical pedagogy includes a focus on the social, political, and economic forces that affect human health, while this discourse is largely absent from veterinary medical pedagogy. There is, however, a gradient in health that human and animal populations experience. This health gradient in human populations, which runs from lo...

Jochen Block Prize for Andreas Vorholt / Otto Bayer Award for Tobias Erb.

Climate change and One Health.

The journal The Lancet recently published a countdown on health and climate change. Attention was focused solely on humans. However, animals, including wildlife, livestock and pets, may also be impacted by climate change. Complementary to the high relevance of awareness rising for protecting humans against climate change, here we present a One Health approach, which aims at the simultaneous protection of humans, animals and the environment from climate change impacts (climate change adaptation). We postulat...

Mental Health During Environmental Crisis and Mass Incident Disasters.

Veterinarians responding to animal health-related incidents are in the same class as first responders and should be aware of similar mental health concerns. Cultivating resiliency, identifying symptoms, and linking individuals to support systems are practical strategies to provide positive outcomes for veterinarians facing difficult experiences. This article explores veterinarians as first responders and farm stress; an overview of mental health responses to trauma; strategies and interventions for individu...

Measuring animal exposure in Canada: Foodbook study, 2014-2015.

Animal companionship can have many physical and psychological benefits; however, animals can also be a source of zoonotic infection, including enteric illnesses; it has been estimated that in Canada, nearly 85,000 enteric illnesses due to eight pathogens occur each year related to animal contact. There is a lack of baseline data on animal-related exposures in Canada and around the world. This information is critical to inform quantitative and qualitative risk assessments to prioritize intervention efforts i...

The evaluation of Animal Bite Treatment Centers in the Philippines from a patient perspective.

The Philippines has built an extensive decentralised network of Animal Bite Treatment Centers (ABTCs) to help bite victims receive timely rabies post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) at little cost. This study surveyed patients in the community and at ABTCs of three provinces to assess animal bite/scratch incidence, health-seeking behaviour and PEP-related out-of pocket expenses (OOPE).

Biomarkers of respiratory allergy in laboratory animal care workers: an observational study.

Laboratory animal allergy is a highly prevalent occupational disease among exposed workers. The aim of the study was to validate the biomarkers of airway inflammation in laboratory animal (LA) care workers.

A Brief Review-EPR Dosimetry and the Use of Animal Teeth as Dosimeters.

The technique of electron paramagnetic resonance dosimetry using tooth enamel was established in the late 1960s, and considerable research has been conducted to learn more about the benefits of using human teeth as dosimeters for the purpose of retrospective dose reconstruction. Comparatively few studies have been done which have investigated animal teeth for the same purpose. The potential exists for utilizing animal teeth as dosimeters to reconstruct doses received by a species, as well as by humans. Anim...

Animal-Assisted Therapy Supports Student Connectedness.

Animal-assisted therapy is a complementary approach to supporting the well-balanced student. In particular, therapy dogs in school can have a direct impact on students' social interactions, class participation, and behavior, as well as strengthening feelings of connectedness in school-a protective factor against risk-taking behaviors. School nurses have the unique charge of acting as liaisons between optimal health and academic success, and they can serve an integral role in animal-assisted therapy programs...

Meeting report from the Companion Animal Genetic Health conference 2018 (CAGH 2018): a healthy companionship: the genetics of health in dogs.

Soil Chemistry and the One Health Initiative: Introduction to the Special Section.

Population growth and technical and social changes have always exerted pressure on environmental quality. However, we are experiencing unprecedented change in the rate and scale of human impacts on the environment. The One Health Initiative recognizes that improving the quality of life for humans and other animal species requires a holistic and integrated framework to seek multidisciplinary solutions to global environmental quality challenges. This special section is designed to elucidate the connections am...

The effect of age, sex and strains on the performance and outcome in animal models of stroke.

Stroke is one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and the majority of cerebral stroke is caused by occlusion of cerebral circulation, which eventually leads to brain infarction. Although stroke occurs mainly in the aged population, most animal models for experimental stroke in vivo almost universally rely on young-adult rodents for the evaluation of neuropathological, neurological, or behavioral outcomes after stroke due to their greater availability, lower cost, and fewer health problems. However, it...

Web monitoring of emerging animal infectious diseases integrated in the French Animal Health Epidemic Intelligence System.

Since 2013, the French Animal Health Epidemic Intelligence System (in French: Veille Sanitaire Internationale, VSI) has been monitoring signals of the emergence of new and exotic animal infectious diseases worldwide. Once detected, the VSI team verifies the signals and issues early warning reports to French animal health authorities when potential threats to France are detected. To improve detection of signals from online news sources, we designed the Platform for Automated extraction of Disease Information...

Sanitary management and resistance to antimicrobial agents in production animals.

The important benefits of antimicrobial agents in disease control have turned them into a fundamental tool in animal production. Nevertheless, its elevated use and, often, misuse, has contributed to one of the main public health problems in the world: resistance to antimicrobial agents. At the animal production level, the applications in terms of health management allow decreasing the need to use antimicrobial agents and, in the cases where they are needed, the good practices reduce their potential to cause...

Symposium review: Omics in dairy and animal science-Promise, potential, and pitfalls.

Sequencing the first genome took 15 yr and $3 billion to complete. Currently, a genome can be sequenced in a day for a few thousand dollars. Comparing the relative abundance of nearly every mRNA transcript and small RNAs from cells and tissues from different experimental conditions has become so easy that it can take longer to transfer the data between computers than to perform the experiment. Nucleotide sequencing techniques have become so sensitive that the greatest concern is not detecting a gene or tran...

Highly sensitive ELISA for the serological detection of murine rotavirus EDIM based on its major immunogen VP6.

Precise health monitoring of laboratory animals is a critical factor for surveillance and accuracy of animal experiments. Rotavirus epizootic diarrhea of infant mice (EDIM) leads to infections in mice that can influence animal studies, e.g., by altering the intestinal physiology. Thus, the aim of this study was establishing a highly sensitive and specific ELISA for the serological detection of EDIM infections in rodents. First, virus proteins were separated by SDS-PAGE and immunogenic proteins were visualiz...

Tornado Preparation and Response in Feedlot Cattle.

Encouraging operations to develop emergency protocols is one of the best steps one can take as a veterinarian who may be called upon to help once disaster strikes. Poor plans yield slow progress, and in times of tornado damage, efficiency in recovery is critical for an operation. A veterinarian is a key player in animal stewardship as well as human health and safety during natural disasters.

Nontraditional Laboratory Animal Species (Cephalopods, Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds).

Aquatic vertebrates and cephalopods, amphibians, reptiles, and birds offer unique safety and occupational health challenges for laboratory animal personnel. This paper discusses environmental, handling, and zoonotic concerns associated with these species.

Evolutionary biology of human hepatitis viruses.

Hepatitis viruses are major threats to human health. During the last decade, highly diverse viruses related to human hepatitis viruses were found in animals other than primates. Here, we compare the unique biological properties and infection patterns of human hepatitis viruses and their animal homologues. We describe both surprising conservation and striking differences of infection patterns between human hepatitis viruses and their animal homologues, including transmission routes, liver tropism, oncogenesi...

Blizzards and Range Cattle: Management Before, During, and After the Storm.

Numerous factors contribute to the outcome and recovery for range cattle affected by blizzard. Consequences and impact on the producer depend on the timing of the storm relative to the herd's production cycle, access to shelter, duration and intensity of the storm, and post-storm emergency management. Critical planning efforts by the producer include clear animal identification methods, identification of sheltering options, and consideration of animal indemnity and insurance requirements. Including range an...

Calcium-sensing receptor in nutrient sensing: an insight into the modulation of intestinal homoeostasis.

The animal gut effectively prevents the entry of hazardous substances and microbes while permitting the transfer of nutrients, such as water, electrolytes, vitamins, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, minerals and microbial metabolites, which are intimately associated with intestinal homoeostasis. The gut maintains biological functions through its nutrient-sensing receptors, including the Ca-sensing receptor (CaSR), which activates a variety of signalling pathways, depending on cellular context. CaSR coordina...

Concentrations and congener group profiles of short- and medium-chain chlorinated paraffins in animal feed materials.

Chlorinated paraffins (CPs) are ubiquitous environmental pollutants that are lipophilic and can accumulate in the food chain. Animal-derived products are predominant contributors to human CP exposure. CPs in animal feed might accumulate in domestic animals through dietary exposure, leading to potential contamination of animal-derived food products and human health risks. However, information on the presence of CPs in animal feed materials is scarce. In this study, 16 animal feed material samples were collec...

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