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View Resource From Us vs. Them to Shared Risk: Can Animals Help Link Environmental Factors to Human Health?

Linking human health risk to environmental factors can be a challenge for clinicians, public health departments, and environmental health researchers. While it is possible that nonhuman animal...

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18787924
View Resource Animals as Sentinels of Bioterrorism Agents

?We conducted a systematic review of the scientific literature from 1966 to 2005 to determine whether animals could provide early warning of a bioterrorism attack, serve as markers for ongoing e...

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol12no04/05-1120.htm
View Resource Animals as Sentinels of Human Environmental Health Hazards: An Evidence-Based Analysis

?Despite recognition that animals could be serving as ?sentinels? for environmental risks to human health, there are no evidence-based guidelines for the use of animal sentinal data in human healt...

http://canarydatabase.org/about/ecohealth-2005-animals.pdf
View Resource Outfoxing a Rash: Clinical Example of Human-Wildlife Interaction

?Increasing human-wildlife contact can manifest in a variety of clinical conditions that may be overlooked by both human health and veterinaly professionals. We report on an outbreak of scabies i...

http://canarydatabase.org/about/ecohealth-2004-outfoxing.pdf
View Resource Animals as Sentinels of Chemical Terrorism Agents: an Evidence-based Review.

The goal of this systematic review was to identify evidence that animals could serve as sentinels of an attack with a chemical terrorism agent. METHODS: The biomedical literature was systematically...

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1566523/
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