335 One Health Revisited

Cheryl Stroud is Executive Director of the One Health Commission, which studies and attends to the linked health issues of humans, animals and the environment.


• Cheryl Stroud



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“Bonds Between Animals and People”
I was interested in her comments about the importance of having pets. Stroking a cat lowers a person’s blood pressure, and so on. But there is a negative side to the whole business of keeping pets. Dogs and cats have to eat meat, and the production of meat for our pets is a huge percentage of the amount of meat that is consumed by families, especially in the rich countries. We should give up keeping animals for company. People can stroke a teddy bear instead of a cat!

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