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Study on Human Nails May Shed Light on Disease in the Hooves of Animals

Study on Human Nails May Shed Light on Disease in the Hooves of Animals

The study, conducted by The University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, found that excessive grooming of fingernails and toenails could lead to serious nail conditions, a finding that can be applied to farm animals and horses.

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Ross University Gains International Partner

Ross University Gains International Partner

A Memorandum of Understanding signed by Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore aim to develop mutually beneficial collaborations in education and research.

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Clearly Compassion Fatigue

Clearly Compassion Fatigue

If you teach others about compassion fatigue, do you struggle with treating yourself for compassion fatigue?

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Why You Can Benefit From Using the “EyePhone” on the Job

Why You Can Benefit From Using the “EyePhone” on the Job

Smartphone cameras and ocular photography can go hand-and-hand as app technology evolves.

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Purdue to Launch Residency Program in Vet Pharmacy

Purdue to Launch Residency Program in Vet Pharmacy

The program is co-sponsored by Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine and College of Pharmacy.

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