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1 USDA Invites Comments on Oral Rabies Vaccination
2 #Together Against Rabies: APHIS-Wildlife Services Works to Prevent Rabies
3 USDA Deploys Vaccine Baits to Combat Rabies
4 Local vaccine airdrops to begin soon to fight raccoon rabies
5 Oral rabies vaccine tested in Ohio, West Virginia
6 Wildlife Services to drop vaccine bait from air in northwest Georgia counties next month
7 Events Highlight the Impact of Rabies on People, Pets and Wildlife
8 Whitfield, Other North Georgia Counties To Be Target Of Aerial Vaccine Bates Next Month To Help Stop Spread Of Raccoon Rabies
9 Rabies vaccine drops to start next month in Northeast Alabama
10 APHIS Wildlife Biologists Aid Squirrel Recovery on the Delmarva
11 Predators Cause $232 Million in Livestock Losses in 2019
12 North Alabama is target of rabies vaccine drops this week
13 Implementing One Health approaches to confront emerging and re-emerging zoonotic disease threats: lessons from PREDICT
14 USDA's Wildlife Services killed 4 million animals in 2013; seen as an overstep by some
15 State: Rabid cats reported in Blairsville | News
16 Mobile vet clinic provides furry first-aid to the pets of people on the streets
17 MCT: Thursday, July 23, 2020
18 Hypothalamic circuitry underlying stress-induced insomnia and peripheral immunosuppression
19 Convalescent plasma for covid-19
20 Individuals with obesity and COVID‐19: A global perspective on the epidemiology and biological relationships
21 Letters (September 2, 2020)
22 Rabies vaccine baits to be strewn in the wild to stop spread among raccoons in Northwest Georgia
23 Treatment of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Investigational Drugs and Other Therapies: Introduction, Antiviral Agents, Immunomodulators and Other Investigational Therapies
24 Phase 2 of reopening North Carolina to begin at 5 pm
25 Government services, schools, colleges, courts and parks: What's open, closed and canceled because of coronavirus
26 MCT: Thursday, August 27, 2020
27 Fear & Loathing: Travis County says goodbye to a coyote-killing machine
28 Which college football programs have outperformed their recruiting (and which haven’t measured up)?
29 Halley's Comet will spark a meteor shower Monday night
30 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Practice Essentials, Background, Route of Transmission
31 Houston's NASA Johnson Space Center reopens this weekend after temporary closure due to coronavirus
32 Modi's poorly planned lockdown won't save us from coronavirus, but will kill economy
33 Mutual respect between Huggins, Thompson extended well beyond basketball
34 Cerus Forms Group to Research Optimal Production of COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma
35 NASA celebrates the 50th Earth Day online with special broadcasts
36 Powell warns of mortgage defaults, evictions if no more fiscal aid
37 Another Major Employer Leaves San Francisco, 1000 Jobs Vanish: Macy's Shuts Tech Center in Broad “Optimization”
38 Tesla To Make Cells In Germany? Umm, Not So Fast, Elon
39 The Fight Against COVID-19: “Bending the Curve” & Then What?
40 Tesla: Battleground Europe
41 Cooper is discouraged by NC's coronavirus trends in state briefing
42 September Will Be Ugly
43 New Jersey Mayor Bills Teen Protest Organizer for Police Overtime Pay
44 Russia Explains Why It Killed The OPEC Deal
45 Macroview: Why Soros Just Called The Market A Bubble
46 Equine Influenza Virus—A Neglected, Reemergent Disease Threat
47 Tourism is 10% of GDP in France, 13% in Italy, 15% in Spain. And Now it's in Free Fall
48 Tesla, Hit by Sagging US Sales, Goes Full-China with Design Center, Loans & Factory
49 NY Post: Angry James Dolan cuts check for Malliotakis campaign after Max Rose trash-talk
50 Peer Review concludes that Wyoming Gray Wolf Management Plan is Deficient
51 Next class of NASA astronauts could include first woman on the Moon
52 Do you have some interesting wildlife news? April 9, 2019 edition
53 Dematrius Davis Decommits from Virginia Tech
54 Times, they are a changin
55 Elon Musk downgrades Tesla (updated)
56 Avian Influenza A Viruses among Occupationally Exposed Populations, China, 2014–2016
57 We've Probably Seen The Worst
58 As Everything Bubble Implodes, Frazzled Fed Rolls Out Fastest Mega-Money Printer Ever, up to $4.5 Trillion in Four Weeks
59 US Gross National Debt Jumps by $1.2 Trillion in Fiscal 2019, to $22.7 Trillion, Hits 106.5% of GDP
60 Farnam AQHA World Championship Show
61 Xinhua Headlines: China considers tougher law against counterfeit drugs
62 Jacobs passing of the torch | Local News
63 Yankees Reportedly Preparing $245MM Offer To Gerrit Cole
64 Lost Yorkie in Barrio Logan, female, 10 months old, last seen on December 12
65 Lawmakers quietly explore storing spent nuclear fuel
66 Renfro leaving Mount Airy?
67 A starving sports fan's guide to German Bundesliga soccer, which is nearing a return
68 Gen. Jim Mattis on war and Trump
69 The Financialization of the US Economy
70 Do you have some interesting wildlife news? March 22, 2017 edition
71 Do you have some interesting wildlife news? Nov. 25, 2018 edition
72 SRI LANKA AT CROSS-ROADS AND THE NEW DEVELOPMENT PARADIGM
73 Deforestation and Malaria in Mâncio Lima County, Brazil
74 Where The Bulls And Bears Are Wrong On Tesla
75 Volunteers round up feral cats during sweep | News
76 Debate Regarding Oseltamivir Use for Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza
77 Subclinical Influenza Virus A Infections in Pigs Exhibited at Agricultural Fairs, Ohio, USA, 2009–2011
78 Risk Factors for Elizabethkingia Acquisition and Clinical Characteristics of Patients, South Korea
79 A Bead-Based Flow Cytometric Assay for Monitoring Yersinia pestis Exposure in Wildlife
80 See the Tucson home Diane Keaton bought for $1.5M in Barrio Viejo
81 Bacterial Pneumonia and Pandemic Influenza Planning
82 Book Culture Owner Says He's 'In Danger of Closing Soon,' Asks Government Leaders for Help
83 A China Syndrome
84 Tesla's Surprise Quarter: A Case Of Accounting Adjustments, Not Operational Improvements
85 COLLECTION: A look back at recent Throwback Thursday stories
86 Do you have some interesting wildlife news? July 24, 2018 edition
87 Surveillance for Antimicrobial Drug Resistance in Under-Resourced Countries
88 AMD Set To Dominate Intel Server Technology Through 2020
89 Swine-to-Human Transmission of Influenza A(H3N2) Virus at Agricultural Fairs, Ohio, USA, 2012
90 Molecular basis for the thermostability of Newcastle disease virus
91 Waterborne Elizabethkingia meningoseptica in Adult Critical Care
92 Take your dog swimming at this El Paso pool
93 Sumo ball sports competition, cat condo, five stories, for sale
94 Biographical Feature: Thomas F. Smith, Ph.D
95 Medical misdiagnoses put pressure on patients to stay engaged
96 Jimbo Fisher’s key principles highlight where Texas A&M football has been deficient
97 Sentinel Surveillance: A Reliable Way To Track Antibiotic Resistance in Communities?
98 [Inspection Tools] Becoming a pest investigator
99 Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Cross-Species Transmission: Implications for Emergence of New Lentiviral Infections
100 [Annual Termite Control Issue] Drywood Termites Were Where?