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You could get the plague (but probably won’t)
The disease still thrives in some locations in the United States.
African swine fever has killed a million pigs—and isn’t slowing down
The science behind the world’s deadliest swine disease.
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.
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Can my dog get me sick?
It’s possible, but it’s not the most likely culprit.
Gallery: Animals Can Suffer Human Diseases Too
Zoonotic diseases can go from us to them.
Vets Want A Global Monitoring System To Track Sickness In Pets Before It Jumps To Humans
Most future human diseases will come from animals, and our pets could be one source of those illnesses.
Racing to Save Bats From Catastrophic Extinction, Biologists Turn to New Tools
What would the United States look like without bats? As winter approaches, biologists seek new methods and technologies to help control a potentially devastating ecological disaster