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Kids-The Natural World

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Information to help kids to learn more about our environment, our health, and how NIEHS plays an important role in learning more about how the two are connected.

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Notes from the Field: Wildlife Rabies on an Island Free fromCanine Rabies for 52 Years - Taiwan, 2013

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Hsiu Wu, MD1,2, Su-San Chang, PhD3, Hsiang-Jung Tsai, DVM, PhD4, Ryan M. Wallace, DVM1, Sergio E. Recuenco, MD, DrPH5, Jeffrey B.

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Healthy Pets Healthy People | CDC Features

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There are many positive benefits of owning a pet; however, it's important to know that some animals may carry germs that can be spread to people and cause illness.

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Kids and Rabies | CDC Features

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Knowing How to Prevent Rabies isn't Just for Adults. Kids Can Get the Facts Too. Rabies is a dangerous virus that is found in the saliva of animals. It can infect and kill animals and humans. Every 10 minutes, someone dies from rabies. Even though anyone can get rabies, more than half of the people who get rabies are kids under the age of 15.

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World Rabies Day | CDC Features

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September 28 is World Rabies Day. Established in 2007, it aims to raise awareness about rabies and help the world come together to fight this dreadful but neglected disease. This year on the 10th anniversary of the effort, we are reminded that the fight is not yet over.

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