“Diseases transmitted from animals to humans are termed zoonoses and some of them are potentially devastating.”
“Diseases passed from animals to people are called zoonoses and children, elderly people, people with compromised immune systems and pregnant women are most likely to get them.”
“Three-quarters of new diseases are zoonoses, meaning they've jumped from animals to humans.”
“The CDC monitors rabies vaccinations in imported pets, but its regulations require neither a health screen for dogs before arrival to the United States nor an evaluation for specific zoonoses of concern.”
“The risk is rare, but when it occurs it can be very nasty, and especially in immuno-compromised people and the very young, says Chomel, who specializes in zoonoses, the study of disease transmission between animals and humans.”
“Also, the spread of animal-borne diseases and epidemic zoonoses can be prevented as a consequence of reduced human-animal contact.”
“Chomel, a professor of zoonoses at the University of California, Davis and Ben Sun, the state public health veterinarian for the California Department of Health, searched PubMed for peer-reviewed publications that clearly documented human exposure to zoonotic disease by sharing a bed with, kissing or being licked by pets.”
“Most pathogenic viruses that affect humans have originated in animals and jumped to humans; for that reason, we call them "zoonoses.”
“I had said to Reid, who had sent the item: Distemper made some awful inroads in lions in East Africa a few years back, definitely from dogs, so spreading zoonoses are possible.”
“All the diseases I mentioned are zoonoses-that is, diseases which circulate very freely between many different types of creatures, even on Earth.”
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