Arias, Donya C.
November 2007
Nation's Health;Nov2007, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p9
This section offers news briefs on the U.S. public health sector. The Department of Agriculture will direct millions of dollars to support research on keeping fresh produce safe from deadly bacteria. The rate of carbon dioxide emissions from new cars and light trucks in the U.S. has dropped in 2007. Federal health officials have formally declared the elimination of the type of rabies previously found in dogs in the country.


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