Vol. 4 Issue 6, June 2022

WellBeing International | WellBeing News
Solutions for People,Animals and Environment
Male moose | Photo credit: wilpunt

Letter from the President: One Health for the SDGs but also for Nature and Animals

The One Health concept includes human, animal and environmental health.  Connecting all three is challenging but progress is occurring.

Monkeypox Virus | Photo credit: BalckJack3D

Recent Surge in Monkeypox in Non-Endemic Countries: Concern for Public Health?
The world has become sensitized to possible new pandemics in the wake of the Covid outbreak. The current monkeypox outbreak is, according to WHO, not a pandemic of international concern. READ MORE

William Hollingsworth “Holly” Whyte (left), during a visit to downtown Chattanooga in 1984. Photo credit: Chattanooga Venture Records, Chattanooga Public Library

Cities, Nature and Human Well-being
Holly Whyte was an advocate for cities and for designs that attended to the street-level needs of urban citizens. His suggestions can help make the modern, urban world more humane and livable. READ MORE

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