Health research benefits both ends.

Humans and dogs have always been close. Since dogs have become family members, sharing our homes, interests, and furniture, this attachment has grown stronger.

Are you aware that they share many of our health issues? Dogs and humans share several health risks, including cancer, infectious disease, and toxin exposure.

 Dog and human diseases may share prevention and treatment methods. Dog health study may benefit people on the other end of the leash.

This mutual benefit illustrates One Health. The One Health method links human, animal, and environmental health. 

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 One Health is becoming more important due to a growing population, climate and land use changes , and international travel and trade of people, animals, and animal products.

These changes bring people and animals closer together and accelerate disease spread worldwide. 

 Veterinarians, medical doctors, and other scientific-health professionals must collaborate locally, nationally, and globally to address these issues.

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