Game aims to make rabies education fun for those most at risk

01/22/2013 | MedicalXpress.com

Veterinary students at the University of Sydney have created a board game, Dog Village, aimed at educating children about the risks and prevention of rabies. According to the World Health Organization, 40% of people who suffer bites from potentially rabid animals are younger than 15. The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization may mass-produce the game in an effort to improve the care of dogs and protect people from contracting rabies.

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