One Health website launched for “The Yale Human Animal Medicine Project”: a center for One Health studies at Yale The One Health Initiative website has been notified on October 26, 2010 by physician, Peter Rabinowitz, MD, MPH about a valuable new One Health project and website launched at Yale. Please see “Recent events have highlighted the convergence and interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health. Recent examples include: ·        the 2009 global pandemic of novel H1N1 influenza A, ·        melamine poisonings in pets and infants, ·        harmful algae blooms affecting marine and terrestrial animals and humans, ·        the concurrent obesity epidemic in both humans and dogs and cats in the U.S.  The Yale Human Animal Medicine Project is working to pioneer useful clinical approaches to these problems and build bridges between human, animal, and environmental health using a comparative “One Health” approach.” … For further information, contact founder and director, Dr. Peter Rabinowitz:   (203) 785-4197  - Office(203) 785-4197  - Clinic(203) 785-7391  - FaxEmail address: Location - Patient CareYale Occupational and Environmental Medicine135 College Street 392, 3rd FloorNew Haven, CT 06510 Mailing Address Yale Occupational and Environmental Medicine135 College StreetNew Haven, CT 06510 Note: Dr. Rabinowitz, prominent American public health physician at Yale Medical School and Dr. Lisa Conti [DVM, MPH],  notable American public health veterinarian and director of environmental health at the Florida State Health Department (USA), published a groundbreaking ‘first of its kind’ One Health book December 18, 2009 entitled Human-Animal Medicine – Clinical Approaches to Zoonoses, Toxicants  and other Shared Health Risks