Think about the holidays this year and have these dates in mind for peace of mind! I think we all need laughter and hugs, a turkey overdose, and some quality family time together spent yelling at the football game on TV. Before that, maybe you ... READ MORE
Anaplasmosis (also referred as gall sickness) is a disease that affects ruminants caused by bacteria that can infect blood cells. It occurs in warm weather and is a cause for concern in beef cattle farms in Central and South Florida. Even in ... READ MORE
Questions and Answers About COVID-19 Vaccination
Q Do I need to wear a mask after I am vaccinated?
A Yes! Keep masking and distancing!
Q Am I immune as soon as I’m vaccinated? Can I get still COVID-19?
A After you’re vaccinated ... READ MORE
The COVID-19 vaccine has slowly rolled out to states across the country. Behind the scenes an ancient marine creature with ten eyes, twelve legs and magical, milky blue blood is being utilized worldwide for testing vaccines and sterility of ... READ MORE
*A few verses to emphasize and educate on the need for hygiene, disease prevention, planning, and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020.
“COVID-19: A Pandemic Like You’ve Never Seen”
Author: Brenda Marty Jimenez, ... READ MORE
by Jeanne Coffin-Schmitt, Tufts University ◊
Within the remote sub region of Karamoja in northeast Uganda, livestock diseases are an ongoing problem. Further, limited knowledge about the occurrence and spread of diseases such as ... READ MORE
It's flu season! Hopefully, you have gotten the flu vaccine for you and your family this year. If not, there's still time. While you may or may not catch the flu this year, some folks wonder if it's possible for them to transmit viruses to plants ... READ MORE