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A 117-year retrospective analysis of Pennsylvania (USA) tick community dynamics
Parasites & Vectors 2019, 12:189 Open Access
Monday, May 06, 2019.

 retrospective analysis of Pennsylvania tick community dynamics

https://parasitesandvectors.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13071-019-3451-6 Parasites & Vectors 2019, 12:189 | Published on: 29 April 2019


A one health perspective on dairy production and dairy food safety
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Sunday, May 05, 2019.

One Health

Volume 7, June 2019, 100086

A one health perspective on dairy production and dairy food safety

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.onehlt.2019.100086

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352771418300077?fbclid=IwAR3pTS3Lw5HvqbUN2W6MUiHbwmYDlMhOLLo2DZ8XT_gsQlQtVRvQNSPy988#bb0140

Highlights

      Historical overview of the origins of One Health and dairy food safety

Current dairy food safety standards and best practices

      Antibiotic use and antibiotic resistance in mastitis pathogens

      New areas of research in alternative to antibiotics

      Framework for Dairy Production best practices

Abstract

As the global population approaches 9.7 billion inhabitants by the year 2050, humanity faces enormous challenges to feed, house, and provide basic living requirements for the growing population while preserving the health of wildlife and the ecosystem. Dairy source foods play an important part in providing nutrient and energy dense sources of calories and establishing Bifidobacterium as a keystone species in the gut for positive health outcomes in infants and children. In developed countries, dairy products have a high food safety record when pasteurized and properly processed. However, when milk is consumed unpasteurized, as often occurs in developing countries where regulation and oversight of the dairy industry is lacking, dairy can serve as a vector for zoonotic transmission of disease and can contain adulterants such as antibiotic residues. Here we provide an overview for the importance of dairy source foods for nutrition and with a One Health perspective and discuss the historical events that have resulted in a high standard of dairy food safety in the United States. This review article covers the Origins of One Health, the role of milk in transmission of disease, management practices and regulations to ensure safe dairy products reach consumers, current challenges facing the dairy industry and impacts on public health, and how these standards can be employed in low and middle income countries to improve public health, nutrition and economic benefits to farmers.


The One Health Concept: 10 Years Old and a Long Road Ahead
QS WOW News (press release)
Saturday, May 04, 2019.
 
The One Health Concept: 10 Years Old and a Long Road Ahead
Over the past decade, a notable growth in the spread of infectious agents was observed. With the spread and evolution of epizootics, zoonoses, and ...

 


The European Joint Programme (EJP) on One Health
Anses
Saturday, May 04, 2019.
 
The European Joint Programme (EJP) on One Health
The EJP on One Health is helping to strengthen cooperation between its 40 partners (including the Med-Vet-Net Association), from 19 different ...

 


Visionary Leadership in Higher Education: Impacting the World
Thursday, May 02, 2019.

Visionary Leadership in Higher Education: Impacting the World

One Health, one of CityU's key areas for development, is an initiative based on the concept that the health of humans, animals and the environment is ...

DUKE (USA) One Health Team News - ISSUE 14 May 2019
Wednesday, May 01, 2019.
ISSUE 14 May 2019

https://mailchi.mp/56698bdbb96b/may-issue


Prioritizing Zoonotic Diseases for Multisectoral, One Health Collaboration in the United States - Workshop Summary
Monday, April 29, 2019.

Prioritizing Zoonotic Diseases for Multisectoral, One Health Collaboration in the United States

 Workshop Summary


Wild Health: Dogs and Bats and Chickens, Oh My!
JAMA: Medical News & Perspectives
Thursday, April 25, 2019.
Medical News & Perspectives

 

April 24, 2019

Wild Health: Dogs and Bats and Chickens, Oh My!

JAMA. Published online April 24, 2019. doi:10.1001/jama.2019.2026

Wild Health offers an occasional look at the animal kingdom’s contributions to human health.

The comforting nudge of a wet nose, glow-in-the-dark bats, and chickens that lay eggs containing human proteins have made their mark in recent studies.


“Pigs, Poultry, and Public Health: Anticipating Future Pandemic Threats” - April 26, 2019
Duke Medicine Research Seminar Series
Monday, April 22, 2019.

Duke Medicine Research Seminar Series

“Pigs, Poultry, and Public Health: Anticipating Future Pandemic Threats”

Duke North Conference Room 2002 Friday, April 26, 2019 - Please see attached PDF

 

Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH, FIDSA

Duke Medicine

Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Global Health Institute, & Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University

DUMC Box 102359, Durham, NC 27710

Tel: +1-919-684-1032

 

 

Duke One Health: http://sites.globalhealth.duke.edu/dukeonehealth/      Email: Gregory.gray@duke.edu

 

Dr. Gray is a member of the One Health Initiative team’s Advisory Board http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/advBoard.php.    


One Health, One Caribbean, One Love
Sunday, April 21, 2019.
 
One Health, One Caribbean, One Love
Caribbean clearly point towards the rele- vance of pursuing a One Health approach involving close collaboration and sharing of resources between ...

 


 
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