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Veterinary medicine

Veterinary medicine

Deals with the diseases of animals, animal welfare, etc.

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David Lazarus
June 4, 2021
Los Angeles Times
Basepaws, a Los Angeles company, has introduced a genetic test it says can improve feline dental care. Not all experts are convinced it works.
Shoshi Parks
May 27, 2021
Business Insider
We spoke to three veterinarians and tested 19 products to find the best cat toothpaste, toothbrush, water additive, and dental treats.
Science X staff
April 28, 2021
phys.org
Veterinarians, pet owners and breeders often have preconceived notions about each other, but by investigating these biases, experts at the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine hope to improve both human communication and animal care.
BBC News
April 23, 2021
BBC News
Researchers at Glasgow University identified two cases where they believe cats developed Covid-19 after their owners.
Research and Markets
April 22, 2021
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/PRNewswire/ -- The "Animal Biotechnology - Technologies, Markets and Companies" report from Jain PharmaBiotech has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's...
April 17, 2021
NewsroomPost
In "the T-shirt study," dogs are being trained to discriminate between the odours of COVID-positive, -negative, and -vaccinated individuals based on the volatile organic compounds they leave on a T-shirt worn overnight.
April 17, 2021
NDTV.com
A proof-of-concept investigation published today in the journal PLOS ONE suggests that specially trained detection dogs can sniff out COVID-19-positive samples with 96 per cent accuracy.
BioSpace
April 13, 2021
BioSpace
SAB Biotherapeutics (SAB), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a novel immunotherapy platform to produce specifically targeted, high potency, fully human polyclonal antibodies, today announced that Kipp Erickson, PhD, has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Science X staff
April 7, 2021
phys.org
It was found that event horses that wear thin or thick bits in events had a greater risk of moderate or severe oral lesions compared to horses wearing medium-sized bits, while straight bits were associated with lesions in the bars of the horse's mouth.
Science X staff
December 2, 2020
phys.org
Pathology reports on more than 50 killer whales stranded over nearly a decade in the northeast Pacific and Hawaii show that orcas face a variety of mortal threats--many stemming from human interactions.
Piper Brandt
November 19, 2020
phys.org
Kansas State University and University of Minnesota researchers are collaborating with the Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine and food animal industries to evaluate systems for collecting and evaluating antimicrobial use data in food animal production, including U.S. beef feedlot, dairy, swine, turkey and chicken production settings. The project is largely funded by the Center for Veterinary Medicine.
By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com
May 28, 2020
Mail Online
A longheld theory that animals raised in captivity perform better in cognitive testing may need to be rethought, after wild cockatoos matched the performance of lab-raised ones in testing.
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