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1. Important to Visit the Columbus Vet
September 05, 2013

There are several diseases and infections which could be the main reason for pet owner to visit the Columbus Vet clinic. Coronavirus- Like parvovirus, coronavirus causes diarrhea. Even though it’s not as dangerous, the coronavirus infection can still be mighty hard on a young puppy. Its spread by social contact, so if the dog spends considerable time with other dogs or if she is boarded or shown, she should have this vaccine. Para influenza is viral infection is the most common cause of canine coughing. A vaccination is usually required by kennels and veterinary hospitals before the animal can... (read more)

Author: Edward Brown

2. Camels May Be Source Of Deadly Coronavirus
August 09, 2013

GENEVA — The World Health Organization said a recent study indicating that dromedary camels may be the source of the coronavirus is far from conclusive.   WHO said investigations must continue into the exact origins of this disease, which so far has killed 46 of the 94 confirmed cases. The World Health Organization said it welcomed any study that can shed more light on the coronavirus.  But it adds the study, which suggests a possible linkage between the infection in camels and spread of the disease to humans, leaves many questions unanswered.    This SARS-lik... (read more)

3. Six New MERS Coronavirus Cases Reported
July 18, 2013

GENEVA — Health authorities in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have reported six new cases of the SARS-like coronavirus, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.   The latest infections of four women and two men aged between 26 and 42 bring the global total to 88 cases, including 45 deaths, the United Nations agency said in a statement. Five of the six new cases were health workers and the other was a man who came in close contact with someone who had been infected with the disease, which is known as Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or MERS, WHO... (read more)

4. MERS Coronavirus: A Threat to Muslim Pilgrims?
July 09, 2013

This week marks the beginning of Ramadan, the month of Islamic fasting and the time when thousands of Muslims from around the world converge in Saudi Arabia for the Umrah, the lesser pilgrimage, in Mecca and Medina. Though not as popular as the Hajj pilgrimage in November, the Umrah does present Saudi authorities with crowd control problems, and this year with another worry: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronovirus, or MERS-CoV.  Already this year the illness has claimed 38 lives in Saudi Arabia alone out of a total of 65 cases, according the World Health Organization.  ... (read more)

5. MERS Kills 2 More in Saudi Arabia
July 07, 2013

RIYADH — Two more people have died of the SARS-like coronavirus MERS, Saudi Arabia's Health Ministry said, bringing to 38 the number of deaths from the disease inside the country shortly before Islam's Ramadan fast when many pilgrims visit. A two-year-old child died in Jeddah and a 53-year-old man died in Eastern Province, where the outbreak has been concentrated, the ministry said late on Saturday in a statement on its website. Four people have died outside the kingdom. The ministry said another three people had been confirmed as being infected with Middle East respiratory sy... (read more)

6. WHO Sets Up Emergency Committee on MERS Virus
July 05, 2013

GENEVA — The World Health Organization is forming an emergency committee of international experts to prepare for a possible worsening of the Middle East coronavirus, also known as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), which has killed 40 people, WHO flu expert Keiji Fukuda said on Friday.   Fukuda said there was currently no emergency or pandemic but the experts would advise on how to tackle the disease if the number of cases suddenly grows. Most of the cases of MERS so far have been in Saudi Arabia, which hosts millions of Muslim visitors every year for the annual haj pilgrimage.... (read more)

7. Study Indicates MERS-CoV is Not Yet Pandemic
July 04, 2013

Since Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) was first identified in Saudi Arabia last year, it has infected 77 people, mostly in the Middle East and Europe. Forty of them - more than half - have died. But MERS is not yet a pandemic, according to a new study by the Institut Pasteur in Paris.MERS, which causes fever, coughing and sometimes kidney failure, may have developed from a virus found in bats. It is similar to the SARS virus, which killed nearly 800 people around the world in 2003. Using data from the known cases of MERS, the researchers found that, on average, so... (read more)

8. MERS Coronavirus Kills Four More in Saudi Arabia
June 17, 2013

DUBAI — Four more people have died and three more have fallen ill in Saudi Arabia from the new SARS-like coronavirus MERS-CoV, the Saudi Health Ministry said on Monday. The ministry said the four deaths were among previously registered cases. The new infections were in Eastern Province, in the capital Riyadh and in the Red Sea port city of Jeddah. Saudi Arabia has been the country most affected by the respiratory-system virus, with 49 confirmed cases, of whom 32 have died, according to data from the ministry. The worldwide death toll released by the World Health Organization (WHO) ... (read more)

9. WHO: New Virus Has Pandemic Potential
June 10, 2013

The World Health Organization is asking health workers around the world to be on alert for symptoms of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus. Monday's warning came as WHO officials ended a six-day investigation in Saudi Arabia, where 40 of the 55 cases of the respiratory disease have occurred. Sixty percent of those people with known infections died. The United Nations agency is concerned that the MERS virus might spread among pilgrims expected to visit holy sites in Saudi Arabia next month during Ramadan, or the millions more expected in October for the a... (read more)

10. WHO: New Virus Has Pandemic Potential
June 10, 2013

The World Health Organization is asking health workers around the world to be on alert for symptoms of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus.Monday's warning came as WHO officials ended a six-day investigation in Saudi Arabia, where 40 of the 55 cases of the respiratory disease have occurred. Sixty percent of those people with known infections died.The United Nations agency is concerned that the MERS virus might spread among pilgrims expected to visit holy sites in Saudi Arabia next month during Ramadan, or the millions more expected in October for the annual H... (read more)

11. WHO: MERS Coronavirus Has Potential to Cause Pandemic
June 10, 2013

GENEVA — The World Health Organization on Monday urged health workers around the world to be on the alert for symptoms of the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS), which has the potential to circle the globe and cause a pandemic.   The United Nations agency, which issued new, long-awaited guidance to countries on influenza pandemics, said the world was also in the same “alert phase” for two human strains of bird flu - H5N1, which emerged a decade ago, and H7N9, first detected in China in March.   “We are trying to find out as much as we ... (read more)

12. Global Concern Grows About Deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome
June 03, 2013

WASHINGTON — The World Health Organization says [as of June 2] that since September 2012 there have been 53 laboratory-confirmed cases of infection with a new virus called the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome known as MERS-CoV, and 30 of the people infected with the disease have died. All those who have come down with MERS-CoV had a direct or indirect connection to the Middle East, but there is growing concern that the virus could spread quickly and threaten the entire world. The new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome strain was diagnosed in Saudi Arabia last year. It is a coronavirus, the... (read more)

13. WHO: 3 More Deaths from New SARS-Like Virus
May 31, 2013

The World Health Organization (WHO) says three more people have died in Saudi Arabia from a new SARS-like coronavirus, bringing the global death toll to 30. A WHO spokesman said Friday Saudi Arabian officials confirmed the three deaths.  He also said a new case has been reported in that country, bringing the global total to 50 including the fatalities. The new case was reported in the eastern province of Al-Ahsa. The new coronavirus was discovered last year.  Two-thirds of the confirmed cases have emerged in Saudi Arabia. Cases have also been reported in other Middle E... (read more)

14. Saudi Arabia Confirms 6 New Cases of SARS-like Virus
May 14, 2013

RIYADH — Saudi Arabia has confirmed six new cases of the SARS-like novel coronavirus in its Eastern Province, state media reported on Monday and Tuesday, citing the health ministry.   It reported four new cases late on Monday and a further two late on Tuesday. One of the new cases has been treated and the patient was released from hospital, while the other new cases were still being treated, the Saudi Press Agency reported.   On Sunday, Saudi Arabia said it had had a total of 24 confirmed cases since the disease was identified last year, of whom 15 had died. In its latest outb... (read more)

15. WHO Issues Warning Over SARS-Like Virus
May 13, 2013

LONDON — A new coronavirus that has killed 18 people since last year could be passed between people in close contact, according to the World Health Organization. Speaking from Saudi Arabia, WHO Assistant Director General Keiji Fukda said Sunday that he’s concerned about person to person tranmission. "Of most concern, however, is the fact that the different clusters seen in multiple countries increasingly support the hypothesis that when there is close contact, this novel coronavirus can transmit from person to person," he said. His comments came after the French Hea... (read more)

16. WHO: New Virus Can Probably Pass Person to Person
May 12, 2013

RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA — The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday it appeared likely that the novel coronavirus, which has killed 18 people in the Middle East and Europe, could be passed between people in close contact.      The coronavirus is from the same viral family that triggered the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) that swept the world after starting in Asia in late 2003 and killed 775 people.      WHO Assistant Director-General Keiji Fukuda, speaking after a visit to Saudi Arabia, the site of the largest cluster ... (read more)

17. Saudi Arabia Reports 13 Cases of Coronavirus
May 08, 2013

DUBAI — Saudi Arabia has 13 cases of a new strain of coronavirus that has emerged from the Gulf, has killed seven people in the kingdom and spread as far as Britain and France, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday. Saudi Arabia has reported 23 confirmed cases in total, Qatar two, Jordan two, Britain two and the United Arab Emirates one, the WHO said. Although there is no evidence of sustained human-to-human spread, there are concerns about clusters of cases. France reported its first case on Wednesday. The Saudi outbreak was restricted to al-Ahsa governorate in Easte... (read more)

18. New SARS-like Virus Shows Person-to-Person Transmission
February 13, 2013

A third patient in Britain has contracted a new SARS-like virus, becoming the second confirmed British case in a week and showing the deadly infection is being spread from person to person, health officials said on Wednesday. The latest case, in a man from the same family as another patient, brings the worldwide number of confirmed infections with the new virus - known as novel coronavirus, or NCoV - to 11. Of those, five have died. Most of the infected lived or had recently been in the Middle East. Three have been diagnosed in Britain. NCoV was identified when the World Health Org... (read more)

19. Pet Owner's Guide to Coronavirus in Felines
October 13, 2012

The feline coronavirus commonly affects cats. Most cats are capable of fighting off the disease on their own and will only show mild symptoms if that. However, some cats go on to develop feline infectious peritonitis, a disease which is very deadly. Transmission Saliva is the main method of transmission for this virus. Sharing food dishes or bedding is the most common way. Cats in shelters are commonly affected by the disease for this very reason. Signs Most cats start showing signs of the illness about two weeks after being infected by the virus. Common symptoms inclu... (read more)

Author: Darrin Swain

20. What Owners Need to Know About Dog Coronavirus
October 02, 2012

When it comes to coronavirus in dogs, usually puppes are the ones battling the disease. After entering the body, the virus will head straight for the intestinal lining where it will look to do damage. Some dogs are fortunate enough to show only mild symptoms of the disease, but others will go on to develop a serious case of it. Feces that is harboring the virus can easily cause dogs to become infected if they come into contact with it. All they have to do is stick their noses in the feces to become infected. Dogs don't always show symptoms of being sick after being exposed to this vir... (read more)

Author: Darrin Swain

21. Acute bronchitis symptoms appear 3-4 days after a cold!
May 07, 2012

Acute bronchitis is often caused by the virus. It appears frequently in cold periods, usually after an episode of respiratory virus (flu) or influenza viruses produced by one of: coronavirus, adenovirus and rhinovirus. Respiratory syncytial virus can cause acute bronchitis especially in elderly people (over 65 years). In 10% of cases, acute bronchitis is caused by bacteria. Acute bronchitis is spreading by droplet coming from infectious respiratory tree and have viral load, are eliminated by sneezing or coughing, reaching into the air and be inhaled and reach the objects. Most people with acut... (read more)

Author: Stefania Constantin

22. Common Dog Illnesses That Can Be Prevented
February 17, 2012

A major part of taking care of your Bulldog Derek is making sure that he doesn’t get sick. Luckily, many canine illnesses are easily prevented if you vaccinate Derek according to the schedule your veterinarian recommends. In most states/counties, dogs are required to stay up-to-date on Rabies vaccinations; however, there are also other vaccinations that Derek needs to stay healthy. The exact vaccination schedule for Derek depends on where you live, Derek’s age and any underlying health problems Derek has. Rabies Rabies is a viral infection that wild animals – such as raccoons and rats -... (read more)

Author: Ron Ayalon

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Why Kennel Cough Is A Highly Contagious Canine Illness
January 23, 2008

Kennel Cough is important to take seriously. Kennel cough also known as Tracheobronchitis. Is one of the most contagious and difficult illness in dogs. Kennel cough in simple terms means cough caused due to inflammation of the upper respiratory system.Tracheobronchitis is named kennel cough as this cough is highly contagious and can spread easily among dogs sharing the same kennel.Kennel cough can be caused by viral as well as bacterial infections .Viral infection like canine adenovirus canine distemper canine para influenza virus or canine respiratory coronavirus.Bacterial infection like Bo... (read more)

Author: Peter Gitundu

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Why Kennel Cough Vaccine Is Recommended Twice A Year For All Dogs
January 23, 2008

Kennel cough vaccine is readily available today. Tracheobronchitis is named kennel cough as this cough is highly contagious and can spread easily among dogs sharing the same kennel.Kennel cough can be caused by viral as well as bacterial infections .Viral infection like canine adenovirus canine distemper canine para influenza virus or canine respiratory coronavirus.Bacterial infection like Bordetella bronchiseptica can be major causes for the spread of kennel cough.Kennel cough being a viral and bacterial illness spread easily, if a dog is infected by kennel cough his sneeze as well as cough ... (read more)

Author: Peter Gitundu

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