Top 5 Articles for November 2016

November 26, 2016
American Veterinarian Editorial Staff

These 5 stories were the most popular on American Veterinarian this month.

Neurobiological Basis of Dogs' Social Responses to Humans: A review article discusses the neurobiological factors that affect dogs’ social-cognitive responses to humans.

Anxiety and Impulsivity Are Associated with Premature Graying in Young Dogs: A recent study reported a significant association of anxiety and impulsivity with premature muzzle graying in young dogs.

One Health: AVMA & AAP Team Up to Provide Best Quality of Care for Humans and Animals: In honor of “One Health Day,” the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) teamed up with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in a collaborative effort to improve and protect the health of both humans and animals.

Controlling Subclinical Ketosis in Cattle Can Cut Antimicrobial Use: Researchers find that reducing the risk of subclinical ketosis (SCK) in cows can reduce the use of antimicrobials to treat associated infectious diseases.

Mercury in Dog and Cat Foods: Cause for Concern?: In a recent study, researchers assessed mercury concentrations in 101 wet and dry dog and cat foods.

TOP TWEET OF THE MONTH:

Dr. Hicks from @CDCgov explains how the fight against #AR should be thought of as a #OneHealth initiativehttps://t.co/7go0Fzv3Q3 pic.twitter.com/c19SttIccF

— AmericanVeterinarian (@Am_Veterinarian) November 18, 2016