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Justin Turner Among Dodgers Players Using Albert Pujols’ Bat

The Los Angeles Dodgers lineup has been in a collective slump since the beginning of August, so the team has been trying to find ways to jump-start the offense. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts switched the order of the lineup by moving Mookie Betts back to the leadoff spot, but the spark they needed might have come from another change.
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Lessons from how bats resist covid could inform new treatments in humans

A paper published in the prestigious journal, Science Immunology, explores the idea that studying bats' responses to SARS-CoV-2 may provide key insights into how and when to best use existing therapies for COVID-19, and to develop new treatments. The review, led by Professor Marcel Nold and Associate Professor Claudia Nold,...
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How Do Bats Resist COVID? Insights Could Lead to New Treatments for Humans

A paper published in the prestigious journal, Science Immunology, explores the idea that studying bats’ responses to SARS-CoV-2 may provide key insights into how and when to best use existing therapies for COVID-19, and to develop new treatments. The review, led by Professor Marcel Nold and Associate Professor Claudia Nold,...
WILDLIFE
WCIA

“Bats, monkeys and dogs, oh my!”- UIS webinar on animals’ ability to transmit diseases to humans

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) — The University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) hosted a webinar Friday regarding animals’ ability to transmit infectious diseases to humans. The “bats, monkeys and dogs, oh my!” was a free virtual webinar presented by Dr. Connie Austin. Officials said she is an epidemiologist and a State Public Health Veterinarian. During the webinar, Dr. Austin talked about several infectious diseases that may be transmitted to humans through contact with exotic pets, importing of animals and traveling around the world. The diseases mentioned were SARS, MERS, and COVID-19.
SPRINGFIELD, IL

Bat Found At Laguna Niguel Regional Park Tests Positive For Rabies

LAGUNA NIGUEL (CBSLA) — A bat that was found at Laguna Niguel Regional Park over the weekend has tested positive for rabies, Orange County Health Care Agency officials said Thursday. (credit: OCGov.com) The bat was found at the park, 28241 La Paz Rd., on Saturday. Public health officials say that even though human rabies is very rare, most U.S. cases in recent years have resulted from bat strains of rabies. Rabies can spread from the bite or scratch of an infected animal if its saliva gets into the wound, authorities said. Bats have very small teeth and their bites can go unnoticed. Anyone who may have had physical contact with a bat or someone else making contact with a bat should call the OC Health Care Agency’s Communicable Disease Control Division at (714) 834-8180. People whose pets who may have made contact with a bat should likewise contact their veterinarian. For more information about rabies exposure and prevention, visit the CDC’s website.
LAGUNA NIGUEL, CA
Fulton Sun

New Bloomfield bats quiet against Helias, Van Loo

The Lady Wildcats had some thunderous bats Tuesday in their 12-2 win against Linn but were quiet Thursday in their 8-0 loss to Helias. Helias (8-3-1) was coming off a 9-0 shutout loss to Blair Oaks on Tuesday, and a great pitching performance by the Lady Falcons' Alli Siebeneck, and New Bloomfield (6-4) was on the wrong end of another such performance by Helias freshman Cambri Van Loo.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, MO
Newsweek

Hundreds of Bats Swarm Out of Office Walls in Creepy Viral Video

As we fast approach Halloween, TikTok is providing some creepy viral videos, including one which those with Chiroptophobia will not be a fan of. In the clip shared by TikTok user Ashley Michele, @baebaespice, hundreds of small bats swarm from the walls of a California building, all visible through the safety of the window. The video appears just like b-roll from a Halloween movie and wouldn't seem out of place at the Addams Family residence.
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