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Americans spend millions of dollars on rabies treatments each year. They don’t have to.
The disease is rare, over-diagnosed, and largely mistreated in the US.
Why do so many diseases come from bats?
Many viruses originate in bats, but that doesn’t mean we should live in fear of them.
Rabid animals don’t always foam at the mouth—here’s what to look out for instead
Rabies is rare in the United States, but the threat isn't totally gone.
Researchers Use Modified Rabies Viruses To Map The Brain
Turning a foe into friend
Trapped In A Bear Trap And Shot In The Body: The Story Of A Minnesota Wolf
A wolf--maybe--has bitten a teenaged camper in Minnesota, in what could be the first wolf attack ever recorded in the lower 48 states.
Can a Whale Get Rabies?
“It’s not as silly a question as you might think,” says Michael Moore, a marine-mammal research specialist at Woods Hole...