The survival rate for rabies -- unless the virus is attacked early and aggressively -- is practically zero. Credit: Getty Images
An old journalistic axiom tells us "dog bites man" is not news. It's just not extraordinary enough.Oh ...Rabies is rare and almost always fatal, doctors say.
Again with the rabid animals attacking kids. And again, an unlikely hero saves the day. This time it was a raccoon attacking a 5-year-old boy as he walked in the woods of Chesire, Connecticut with a group of children. When the animal bit the boy, a w...
Rabid foxes just aren't what they used to be. There was a time when only the biggest and bravest man could take down a fox that was threatening other humans. Not any more. Mothers and children are rising up and putting the crazy little guys in their ...
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