Population growth increases rabies exposure

04/29/2012 | Times (Gainesville, Ga.), The

In areas with more concentrated human populations, people and animals are more likely to be exposed to rabies, and Georgia has seen an uptick in cases this year. "[Animals'] populations increase as the human population increases. They are very adaptable to humans," said veterinarian Valeri Love.

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