animals

Humans have given wild animals their diseases nearly 100 times, researchers find

An international research team led by scientists at Georgetown University has found that humans might give viruses back to animals more often than previously understood. …

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diseases

Mosquitoes’ mating game discovery provides new clues to combat malaria

Male mosquitoes beat their wings faster when swarming at sunset to better detect females and increase their chance of reproducing, finds a novel study led …

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Tick-Borne Diseases: The Need for Integrated Approaches to Human-Animal Diagnosis

Ticks are responsible for a diverse group of neglected, and rapidly expanding diseases, affecting humans, companion animals and livestock. A growing understanding of tick-host ecology, …

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diseases

Muscle protein that makes vertebrates more fit linked to limited lifespan

Researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have added to evidence that a protein called CaMKII improves strength, endurance, muscle health and fitness in young …

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Controlling emerging and infectious animal diseases

The Veterinary Public Health (VPH) Center at Boehringer Ingelheim envisions to be the preferred partner for governments and private partners, enabling them to prevent and …

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CVBD

CVBD WORLD FORUM PREDICT FUTURE VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE THREATS

The 13th CVBD® (Companion Vector-Borne Diseases) World Forum saw parasitologists, veterinary clinicians and epidemiology experts from around the world discuss vector-borne disease threats Veterinarians are …

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