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Footnotes for July's Evidence-Based Medicine

Footnotes for Narda Robinson, DO, DVM's July 2015 column.

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Veterinary Practice News: July 2015

The footnotes for the July 2015 issue of Veterinary Practice News magazine.

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OSU Hosts Grandparent University

OSU Hosts Grandparent University

Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences recently hosted Grandparent University, which gave children and their grandparents a look at the world of veterinary medicine.

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Wanted: 4,600 Dogs for Bloat Study

Wanted: 4,600 Dogs for Bloat Study

Tufts University will examine 23 breeds to try to find genetic links to life-threatening bloat.

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‘Operation Wild’ Showcases Veterinarians & The Big Animals They Treat

‘Operation Wild’ Showcases Veterinarians & The Big Animals They Treat

Veterinarians treat injured and sick animals in the wild in PBS’s new three-part series.

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Idexx Hits CE Milestone: 800,000 Free Credits

Idexx Hits CE Milestone: 800,000 Free Credits

The company has given away $30 million worth of continuing education over the years.

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Ohio State Promotes Rustin Moore to Veterinary Dean

Ohio State Promotes Rustin Moore to Veterinary Dean

The equine health expert is executive director of OSU’s Veterinary Medical Center.

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Vet-owned Dog Selected as World’s Ugliest

Vet-owned Dog Selected as World’s Ugliest

Quasi Modo, who was born with spinal defects, maintains a “bubbly personality,” her owner says.

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In Minnesota, 1 Million Urinary Stones and Counting

In Minnesota, 1 Million Urinary Stones and Counting

The Minnesota Urolith Center has analyzed animal bladder stones since 1981.

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Aratana Optimistic About Canine Appetite Drug

Aratana Optimistic About Canine Appetite Drug

AT-002 could become “a first-in-class approved drug for treating inappetence in dogs,” a company official says.

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UC Davis Vet School Honored with Legislative Resolution

UC Davis Vet School Honored with Legislative Resolution

Assemblyman Bill Dodd and Sen. Lois Wolk lead an effort to recognize the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine’s contributions and top ranking.

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Registration Opens for AABP Conference

Registration Opens for AABP Conference

New Orleans will host the American Association of Bovine Practitioners’ 48th annual convention.

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FDA Permits Longer Use of Canine Anti-vomit Drug

FDA Permits Longer Use of Canine Anti-vomit Drug

Cerenia Tablets no longer carry a time limit in older dogs.

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New Lego Product Features Female Veterinarian

New Lego Product Features Female Veterinarian

Now girls can help Mia the veterinarian help animals in Lego's Heartlake City.

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Pittsburgh Zoo Names Child With Leukemia Honorary Veterinarian

Pittsburgh Zoo Names Child With Leukemia Honorary Veterinarian

Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a 7-year-old got to be a veterinarian for the day.

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Veterinarians Give Flamingo a Second Chance With Artificial Leg

Veterinarians Give Flamingo a Second Chance With Artificial Leg

Veterinarians at a Brazilian zoo help a pink flamingo in need.

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Are Your Ethics Being Compromised?

Are Your Ethics Being Compromised?

How to avoid ethics exhaustion.

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Virginia Tech Vet Students Put Pets on Weight-Loss Challenge

Virginia Tech Vet Students Put Pets on Weight-Loss Challenge

The Purina-sponsored challenge takes place every year and is inspired by the TV show the “Biggest Loser.”

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No Charges Against Texas Veterinarian Who Killed Cat with Bow and Arrow

No Charges Against Texas Veterinarian Who Killed Cat with Bow and Arrow

An Austin County grand jury "no billed" Kristen Lindsey, DVM, for the alleged incident in April.

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Purina Launches Natural Therapeutic Food

Purina Launches Natural Therapeutic Food

The new food line will be available July 1 in canine and feline formulations, with dry and canned varieties.

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Henry Schein Inc., Acquires 85 Percent of Jorgen Kruuse A/S

Henry Schein Inc., Acquires 85 Percent of Jorgen Kruuse A/S

The deal was announced June 23.

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Veterinarians Treat Rescued Dolphin

Veterinarians Treat Rescued Dolphin

A beached dolphin was found and is being treated at SeaWorld Orlando.

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Penn Vet Study Reveals a More Accurate Method for Blood Glucose Testing

Penn Vet Study Reveals a More Accurate Method for Blood Glucose Testing

By using blood plasma or serum rather than than whole blood, researchers were able to get more accurate measurements for blood glucose levels.

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Longtime OSU Vet Professor to Retire

Longtime OSU Vet Professor to Retire

Dr. Michael Lorenz, who has spent 46 years educating veterinarians, is set to retire from Oklahoma State University July 1.

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Mississippi State Rescues Abuse Victims’ Pets

Mississippi State Rescues Abuse Victims’ Pets

Safe Haven for Pets welcomes animals in need of temporary shelter because of domestic violence.

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Putney Releases Another FDA-Approved Generic

Putney Releases Another FDA-Approved Generic

Tiletamine-Zolazepam is an FDA-approved generic of Zoetis’ Telazol.

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Kids Learn About Veterinary Medicine From Purdue Vets

Kids Learn About Veterinary Medicine From Purdue Vets

When children want to learn what it’s like to be a veterinarian, the best people to learn it from are those in veterinary medicine.

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AVBEC Thursday is Back! Enter Now!

AVBEC Thursday is Back! Enter Now!

Enter for a chance to win the "BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ophthalmology, Third Edition."

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Comment Now on Future of Compounded Drugs

Comment Now on Future of Compounded Drugs

The FDA may allow animal medications to be compounded from bulk ingredients in some cases.

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Official Rules for AVBEC Thursday, June 18, 2015

Official Rules for AVBEC Thursday, June 18, 2015

The official rules for this week's sweepstakes.

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Everyone's Recreating Chris Pratt's Scene from Jurassic World. Will You?

Everyone's Recreating Chris Pratt's Scene from Jurassic World. Will You?

Will veterinarians and vet techs join in on the fun with your "raptors"?

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Eat That Frog!

Eat That Frog!

As Mark Twain said, “If it's your job to eat a frog, it's best to do it first thing in the morning."

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Trupanion Announces

Trupanion Announces "Veterinary Appreciation Day"

This first annual day starts June 18, 2015.

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Savannah Cats Take Part in Cornell’s Biobank Study

Savannah Cats Take Part in Cornell’s Biobank Study

These cats are helping to build a database of genetic sequences and medical information that scientists will use to identify the underlying causes of many inherited diseases of cats.

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Vet School’s 3-D Printer Adds Personal Touch

Vet School’s 3-D Printer Adds Personal Touch

Mississippi State University is making plastic replicas of patients’ damaged spines and skulls.

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Footnotes for July's Evidence-Based Medicine

Footnotes for Narda Robinson, DO, DVM's July 2015 column.

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Veterinary Practice News: July 2015

The footnotes for the July 2015 issue of Veterinary Practice News magazine.

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OSU Hosts Grandparent University

Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences recently hosted Grandparent University, which gave children and their grandparents a look at the world of veterinary medicine.

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Wanted: 4,600 Dogs for Bloat Study

Tufts University will examine 23 breeds to try to find genetic links to life-threatening bloat.

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‘Operation Wild’ Showcases Veterinarians & The Big Animals They Treat

Veterinarians treat injured and sick animals in the wild in PBS’s new three-part series.

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