Isabella L. Bean, PharmD Candidate
With colic as a leading cause of equine deaths, researchers are looking to identify risk factors
Results from the research also showed that calves reared on farms with fewer caretakers in relation to the number of calves were more likely to be medicated.
Tumor cells and metabolites can be shed into the urine and these molecules may be used for tumor detection.
Antimicrobial stewardship has taken the human health world by storm, and now, it’s securing its place in veterinary medicine.
The case for an increased focus on research at the overlapping boundaries between human and animal health in the area of heart disease.
An overview of research surrounding common health problems and behavioral traits Bengals exhibit that may play a factor in owners keeping these felines as pets.