Podcast: Free Audio File If you prefer to listen to podcasts, feel free to play the audio version of this blog by clicking on the player above. Podcast: Island Paradise and Vampire HookwormsLength: Pending 0 min 0 secondsWritten and read by the author Island Paradise and Vampire Hookworms Hookworms crawled and twisted their way into Continue Reading
Despite the importance, understanding the US government agencies related to public health challenges all that attempt it. It turns into alphabet soup rather quickly. Hopefully, we can shed some light on the topic, and clear up any confusion. For efficiency, the federal government partitions itself into multiple departments arranged in a hierarchy.
The USDA recently announced a transition to Single Tier Label Claim for all veterinary biologics. Effective for all newly licensed vaccines, the decision retroactively applies to all currently licensed vaccines over the course of several years. This change promotes label clarity for both veterinarians and pet owners and reduces some of the competitive confusion between Continue Reading
Podcast: Free Audio File If you prefer to listen to podcasts, feel free to play the audio version of this blog by clicking on the player above. Podcast: How a Proper Cup of Tea Changed Veterinary Medicine Length: 5 min 01 secondsWritten and read by the author How a proper cup of tea changed veterinary Continue Reading
Podcast: Free Audio File If you prefer to listen to podcasts, feel free to play the audio version of this blog by clicking on the player above. Podcast: Weight, Weight, Don’t Go AwayLength: 7 min 35 secondsWritten and read by the author Weight, Weight, Don’t Go Away – A look into how disease impacts muscle Continue Reading
Many people take for granted the safety and wholesomeness of the foods we eat and the drugs we depend on. It hasn’t always been this way. Before 1938, there was no way you could be certain that what was advertised on the label was actually in the container. Worse yet, there was no telling what Continue Reading
Peste des petits ruminants. While it is French, it is not something fancy that you would want to receive as a gift from your beloved. It is commonly referred to as sheep plague or goat plague and is decimating the small ruminate population in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The most recent outbreak has Continue Reading
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-kjerv-816c3a What are Free Radicals and Oxidants? How exactly do they cause harm? In this short, fun podcast we dive into the weeds using a metaphor to explain the mechanism of action for free radical and oxidant damage. We explain an underlying theory for the generation of cancer.
Why do we date? Well, simply because we do not wish to be alone. In fact, much of our daily behavior could be attributed to pursuing the company of others. And not just because we are a social species, every species wishes to be with another of its kind, whether that be for a reason, Continue Reading