Thursday, 17th April 2014

Monarchy Must be Restored- Not the Election of President in Nepal


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Simple changes in food handling, preparation and animal husbandry could have a significant impact on the incidence of zoonotic disease (infections that spread from animals to humans) like brucellosis in people and animals in such countries as Nepal, reports Daniel Jackson, a DVM candidate in Cornell’s Class of 2014, in the January issue of the journal Preventive Veterinary Medicine.

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