Public HealthVeterinary professionals may not immediately recognize their role in environmental health through their work in the veterinary industry, but as is the case with all elements of the One Health Initiative, there is an important contribution from every health and science discipline.
One Health is the collaborative effort of human, veterinary, and environmental medicine on a local, national, and global level.
NewsThe parasite drug ivermectin shows early promise against COVID-19 in vitro; FDA warns that humans should not use ivermectin intended for animals as treatment for COVID-19.
NewsVeterinarian clinics are continuing to help animals during COVID-19 crisis, but have also been forced to make changes to their normal procedures.
NewsThe new coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, can remain viable on surfaces for days, emphasizing the importance of sanitization in veterinary hospitals and clinics.
For those who live and work with animals, zoonoses are occupational hazards that most other professionals do not encounter.
In October 2014, my veterinarian husband noticed a swelling on the left side of our sweet, old golden retriever’s face.