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A new vaccine against Salmonella

...ss and is currently being employed on experimental farms of Hipra laboratories in Gerona, a compnay involved in the control of pathogens in birds. Low efficacy of vaccines applied Farmyard fowl and their derivatives are recognised as the most important source of infection of Salmonella enteritidis in ...

Dairy Council of California program receives high marks from teachers & students

...tery which takes a brother and sister to different farms and ranches and explains to them where their food comes from, how it gets to the supermarket, and how these foods help them grow strong and healthy. Both first and second grade programs are available in English and Spanish and include student workbo...

University of Minnesota to lead national effort in food bio-security

...rity. Research Goals The U.S. food system--from farms to processing and distribution to retail food service--presents an array of vulnerable targets for terrorist attack. Intentional contamination of agricultural or food products with biological, chemical, or radiological agents could lead to potentiall...

Rochester, BCM test bird-flu vaccine in humans

...s there have been outbreaks of bird flu in poultry farms in Maryland, Texas, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. While a few people in affected areas have died, the real danger is if a bird flu virus infects a person who is also infected with the usual human flu. With some minor genetic modifications,...

Vaccine development against influenza A (h5n1) virus 'should be made a priority'

...reak of avian influenza A/H7 in commercial poultry farms in the Netherlands in 2003. They note that the size of the outbreak, coinciding with peak activity of human influenza virus, reinforces the message that emergence of new pandemic influenza viruses might arise via the mixing of genes from avian and hu...

Food-borne pathogen traced to lettuce

...ntified in Finland and traced epidemiologically to farms producing lettuce. Y. pseudotuberculosis, first ...tuce served in those cafeterias was traced to four farms in the southwest archipelago region of Finland. While no lettuce remained from the shipments identif...

At AAAS: Biocomplexity panel on human-nature interactions

...rate 'at the margin,' asfrequently occurs on small farms in Kenya and elsewhere in thedeveloping world, small changes in the natural resource baseoften have profound effects on people's lives." Focusing onbiophysical and socioeconomic processes characteristic of farmsin the Kenyan highlands, they hope to u...

Antibiotic use on swine farms increases efficiency, profits

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Antibiotics used on swine farms may stir controversy about their potential role in...mount of product. Using less resources takes fewer farms to produce the same amount of pork, less manure is generated and you see a reduction of other enviro...

U.S. is poorly prepared for influenza pandemic, St. Jude experts warn

...while the H7N7 virus infected 80 people on chicken farms and killed a veterinarian. Influenza viruses are classified according to which type of proteins, called hemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N), appear on the virus' surface. The viruses use the H protein to infect cells in the body, in which many co...

Looking at pesticide labels through multi-colored glasses

... being interviewed are working at peanut and fruit farms in Giles County, Va., Wake County, N.C., and Orange County, N.C. The research project combines the disciplines of engineering, psychology, and cultural anthropology. The risk perception of migrant and seasonal farm workers who are language- and ethn...

Foot and mouth report recommends major changes to the lamb supply chain

...he chain, some passing through several markets and farms across the country before reaching the abattoir. According to researchers, many of the animals' movements are not documented. Today's report says that, in addition to the high number of unrecorded animal movements, it is also not clear who is respo...

Lesson improves rural students' knowledge of farm safety

...g causes of fatal injuries for children on Florida farms were machinery related, including falls from tractors; horses (being trampled, struck or entangled in ropes); and drownings. Working with the MORE HEALTH community health education program of Tampa General Hospital, Dr. Liller and colleagues develope...

Injury death rate for Canadian farm children aged 1-6 higher than national average

...e injury death rate for young children who live on farms is almost twice that for all young children in Can...en aged 1-6 die in accidents each year on Canadian farms and that many others have serious injuries requiring hospitalization. Most significantly, the study ...

Exposure to bacteria modulates immune response and decreases allergy in farm children

... support for the idea that children who grow up on farms have fewer allergies because they are exposed to more microbes than other children. Farmers' children are known to be less prone to allergies than children who do not grow up on farms, but the exact reason is not known. Previous work has shown a circ...

Research at Great Lakes meeting shows more vitamin C in organic oranges than conventional oranges

...e. "Quite often, organic goods come from smaller farms that market their goods with provocative labels such as healthy,' delicious,' or natural'," he said. "These statements are generally made without reference to any comparable standards." Clark added that he chose oranges to begin the assessment beca...

Study shows farm work appears to protect against breast cancer

CHAPEL HILL -- U.S. women who live on farms are less likely to develop breast cancer than other women, a new University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill study shows. Pesticide exposure among farm women appears to reduce the protective effects of such work, however, and boosts their breast canc...

People from large families may have greater risk of Alzheimer's

... develop Alzheimer's than those who grew up on farms or in the city. Moceri noted that suburbs in th..., we expected to find that children who grew up on farms were less likely to develop the disease than those who grew up in the city, and that wasn't the ...

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