Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes longer days, warmer temperatures, and plenty of opportunities to engage in outdoor activities. However, the summer season also brings an increased risk of exposure to zoonotic ... READ MORE
Last week, we published a blog post talking about neglected tropical diseases, and we thought it would be appropriate to follow up with a closer look at one of these diseases that is now present in Florida. Dengue fever is a neglected ... READ MORE
Picture this, you were finally able to save up for that amazing trip to the Caribbean and you're there. Sipping on a pina colada, laying on a hammock on your last day, and of course, scratching the bites of those pesky mosquitoes that seem to ... READ MORE
A couple of weeks ago, we finished our blog post series about One Health and the Sustainable Development Goals in which we covered each SDG and how it relates to One Health. For this new series, we will talk about something different, but equally ... READ MORE
In the context of One Health, SDG 17 (Partnerships for the goals) is particularly important because it acknowledges the interconnectedness of health issues and the need for a holistic, collaborative approach to addressing them. One Health, ... READ MORE
For the past few months, we have been discussing how the concept of One Health relates to each of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are a set of targets that aim to create a better and more sustainable ... READ MORE
Sustainable development goal 14 is to “conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development” or as it is shortened “life below water”. 1 According to the United States Geological Survey “about ... READ MORE
Sustainable Development Goal 12 focuses on production and consumption patterns, aiming to promote sustainability in both. Sustainable production and consumption of everything needed for human life is strongly correlated with the health of animals, ... READ MORE
Welcome back, readers!
This is a special blog post. This edition is written by Connor Cronin, our new intern at the One Health Center.
She is very excited to share her thoughts with you about Sustainable Development Goal 11 and One Health. ... READ MORE
Socioeconomic inequalities are strongly correlated with inequalities in human health outcomes. The Covid-19 pandemic provided stark examples of how this happens both within countries and among countries. Richer nations were able to secure vaccines ... READ MORE