Coccidiosis is not passed from animals to people

04/4/2012 | St. Augustine Record (Fla.), The

Coccidiosis causes gastrointestinal problems in several species, including humans, but people don't contract the parasitic infection from animals, writes veterinarian Bob Kahrs. Subclinical infection in calves aged one month to one year is common, but stress and unsanitary environmental conditions can lead to clinical disease.

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