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April 2016 Issue: Letters to the Editor

Viewpoints from Veterinary Practice News readers.

Letters to the Editor: May 2016 Issue

Viewpoints from Veterinary Practice News readers.

Tennessee Vet College to Host Equine Podiatry Conference

The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine’s third annual Equine Podiatry Conference will take place May 21.

Florida Veterinary Student Named 2016 National Winner of the Bayer Excellence in Communication Award

Participants were asked to submit a video on effective communication in the veterinary profession.

Texas Vet College Receives Accreditation Renewal

The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences has received full accreditation for the next seven years by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education.

Veterinary Professionals Gather to Discuss Ways to Lower Vet Student Debt

Professionals met at the 'FIX THE DEBT…Our Future, Our Responsibility' summit held at Michigan State University.

Green Sea Turtle Undergoes Surgery at Perth Zoo

The endangered turtle had to have two Fibropapilloma lesions removed from her neck.

These Veterinary Practice Signs Will Leave You Loling

Which one is your favorite?

Study Shows that Canine AD Shares Significant Features of Human AD

The study from the schools at the University of Pennsylvania suggests changes in skin "microbiome" during canine atopic dermatitis could lead to antibiotic-free therapies for human and canine disease.

Henry Schein Joins World Veterinary Association in Celebrating 'World Veterinary Day'

World Veterinary Day is April 30, 2016.

PetPace Plays Role in Research Into Epilepsy

PetPace has launched an epilepsy study in partnership with universities and veterinary hospitals in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Israel.

Virginia Tech Vet Students Bathe Dogs in Biannual Event

Proceeds from the Community Dog Wash event benefit the 2019 DVM class and the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Study: Diabetic Children with Pets Manage Blood Sugar Levels Better

Children with pets were 2.5 times more likely to maintain healthy blood sugar levels, according to the study.

Cornell Remembers Dr. John M. King

John M. King, DVM, a professor emeritus of pathology at the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, recently passed away at the age of 89.

11th Edition of The Merck Veterinary Manual Coming This Summer

The manual was last updated in 2010.

Merck Veterinary Manual to Provide Content for VetMedTeam Courses

The first course will focus on mange in dogs and cats.

How This Human Cardiologist is Bridging the M.D.-Vet Gap

A Q&A with Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D., MA, who wants better cooperation between physicians and veterinarians.

Illinois Vet Student Wins NIH Award

The National Institutes of Health Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award will support Robin Holland’s training for a career in research.

Miniature Horse Gets Artificial Hoof, New Chance at Life Thanks to CSU Vets

After Shine was attacked by a dog and his leg was injured to the point it needed to be amputated, veterinarians thought he would be a great candidate for a prosthetic.

Study: Seniors Can Benefit from Having a Dog

A new study finds that seniors walking their dogs have a lower body mass index, fewer doctor visits and get more exercise.

Banfield: Diabetes, Dental Disease on Rise

Owners could play a greater role in improving pet health, a report suggests.
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