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Brote de gripe aviar obliga a sacrificar 4.2 millones de pollos Brote de gripe aviar obliga a sacrificar 4.2 millones de pollos 05/29/2024 08:42pm • SIOUX, Iowa – Más de 4.2 millones de pollos de Iowa tendrán que ser sacrificados tras detectarse un caso de gripe aviar en una gran granja de huevos, anunció el martes el estado. Los empleados están en el proceso de sacrificar los 4.2 millones de pollos tras detectarse la enfermedad alt Cuidado: el dengue amenaza Estados Unidos Cuidado: el dengue amenaza Estados Unidos 05/29/2024 01:34pm • Meg Norris estaba de viaje por Argentina en abril cuando la atacaron los primeros signos de dengue. El clima en Salta, justo al sur de la frontera con Bolivia, era cálido, pero Norris, una mujer de 33 años de Boulder, Colorado, se puso una sudadera de lana alrededor del cuerpo para evitar temblar. Farmers must kill 4.2 million chickens after bird flu hits Iowa egg farm Farmers must kill 4.2 million chickens after bird flu hits Iowa egg farm 05/28/2024 06:35pm • DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — More than 4 million chickens in Iowa will have to be killed after a case of the highly pathogenic bird flu was detected at a large egg farm, the state announced Tuesday. Crews are in the process of killing 4.2 million chickens after the disease was found at a farm in Sioux Alpacas dan positivo a la gripe aviar H5N1 por primera vez 05/28/2024 05:10pm • (CNN) -- La gripe aviar altamente patógena fue encontrada en alpacas por primera vez, según los Laboratorios de Servicios Veterinarios Nacionales del Departamento de Agricultura de EE.UU.Los animales que dieron positivo estaban en una granja en Idaho donde las aves de corral habían dado positivo No reported bird flu cases in Maryland so far; CDC preps for potential higher human risk No reported bird flu cases in Maryland so far; CDC preps for potential higher human risk 05/28/2024 11:35am • No cases of avian flu have been reported in Maryland this year, but recent reports of two incidents of cattle-to-human transmission of the disease have health and agriculture officials in the state on alert. “It goes back to prevention. The goal is to not have this infection in Maryland,” sai Uganda tackles yellow fever with new travel requirement, vaccination campaign for millions Uganda tackles yellow fever with new travel requirement, vaccination campaign for millions 05/28/2024 01:05am • KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Uganda has rolled out a nationwide yellow fever vaccination campaign to help safeguard its population against the mosquito-borne disease that has long posed a threat. By the end of April, Ugandan authorities had vaccinated 12.2 million of the 14 million people targeted, said Bird flu virus detected in beef from an ill dairy cow, but USDA says meat remains safe Bird flu virus detected in beef from an ill dairy cow, but USDA says meat remains safe 05/24/2024 08:46pm • Bird flu has been detected in beef for the first time, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Friday, but officials said the meat from a single sickened dairy cow was not allowed to enter the nation's food supply and beef remains safe to eat. The USDA said the virus was found as part of testi Efforts to draft a pandemic treaty falter as countries disagree on how to respond to next emergency Efforts to draft a pandemic treaty falter as countries disagree on how to respond to next emergency 05/24/2024 06:38pm • GENEVA (AP) — A global treaty to fight pandemics like COVID is going to have to wait: After more than two years of negotiations, rich and poor countries have failed — for now — to come up with a plan for how the world might respond to the next pandemic. After COVID-19 triggered once-unthink FIFA defaults Equatorial Guinea's World Cup qualifying wins over same ineligible player as in 2013 05/24/2024 02:26pm • GENEVA (AP) — For the second time, Equatorial Guinea must forfeit two World Cup qualifying games for fielding star player Emilio Nsue when he was ineligible, FIFA said Friday. The second FIFA disciplinary case involving Nsue's eligibility comes 11 years after the first and adds to a series of inel Trabajador agrícola de Michigan se convierte en la segunda persona diagnosticada con gripe aviar en EEUU Trabajador agrícola de Michigan se convierte en la segunda persona diagnosticada con gripe aviar en EEUU 05/24/2024 12:03pm • Un trabajador lechero de Michigan ha sido diagnosticado con gripe aviar, el segundo caso en seres humanos relacionado con un brote en vacas lecheras de Estados Unidos. El trabajador estuvo en contacto con vacas en una granja que reportó animales infectados. Presentó síntomas oculares leves y s Así es la nueva variante KP.2 o FliRT del covid: síntomas, vacunas y lo que debes saber 05/23/2024 05:53pm • (CNN) -- Hay una nueva variante del coronavirus. KP.2, miembro de las llamadas variantes FliRT, apodadas así por sus mutaciones, se ha convertido en la cepa de coronavirus dominante en Estados Unidos, según los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades de Estados Unidos (CDC, por su HPV vaccines prevent cancer in men as well as women, new research suggests HPV vaccines prevent cancer in men as well as women, new research suggests 05/23/2024 05:04pm • New research suggests the HPV vaccine is preventing cancer in men, as well as in women, but fewer boys than girls are getting the shots in the United States. The HPV vaccine was developed to prevent cervical cancer in women and experts give it credit, along with screening, for lowering cervical canc Colon Cancer Symptoms That Are Easily Overlooked 05/22/2024 08:00pm • Colorectal cancer symptoms and early detectionEmily King of Mobile, Alabama, was diagnosed with colon cancer five years ago at the age of 27. She had experienced some diarrhea, abdominal pain and anemia, but having cancer had never entered her mind. Her first inkling that something might not be righ 15 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for 2024 05/22/2024 08:00pm • The stock market has resumed its climb, with the major indexes reaching new all-time highs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average recently topped 40,000, putting a definitive exclamation point on the bullish run. However, there are still reasons for caution. Inflation readings continue to run fairly hot. Michigan farmworker diagnosed with bird flu, becoming 2nd US case tied to dairy cows Michigan farmworker diagnosed with bird flu, becoming 2nd US case tied to dairy cows 05/22/2024 06:30pm • A Michigan dairy worker has been diagnosed with bird flu — the second human case associated with an outbreak in U.S. dairy cows. The male worker had been in contact with cows at a farm with infected animals. He experienced mild eye symptoms and has recovered, U.S. and Michigan health officials sai
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