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مینى كونفرانسێ نه‌خوشیێن په‌له‌وه‌را - Mini-conference on poultry disease in Duhok province 2017 ; Duhok Veterinary Directorate Profile 2016 ; Meeting with the Italian army - کومبون دگەل لەشکەری ئیتالی ; مینى كونفرانسێ نه‌خوشیێن په‌له‌وه‌را - Mini-conference on poultry disease in Duhok province 2016 ; روژا جیهانى یا هاریێ ل كوردستانێ - World Rabies Day in Kurdistan 2016
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BVA Welcomes Provisional Decision To Ban Use Of Wild Animals In Travelling Circuses In England
Friday, 03.26.2010, 12:00pm
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has welcomed the provisional decision by Defra Minister Jim Fitzpatrick MP to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in England. Responding to the initial consultation results that showed more than 94% of more than 10,500 respondents agreed with a complete ban, Mr Fitzpatrick said he was minded to pursue the ban...
Veterinary Surgeons Four Times As Likely As The General Public, Around Twice As Likely As Other Healthcare Professionals, To Die By Suicide
Friday, 03.26.2010, 11:00am
Responding to a new paper in this week's Veterinary Record by D J Bartram and D S Baldwin, which finds that veterinary surgeons are four times as likely as the general public, and around twice as likely as other healthcare professionals, to die by suicide as opposed to other causes, Professor Bill Reilly, President of the British Veterinary Association, said: "David Bartra...
Moves To Loosen Controls On Pet Passports Could Spark Return Of Rabies To UK
Monday, 03.22.2010, 01:00pm
Moves by the European Commission to loosen controls on pet passports could spark the return of rabies to the UK, warn specialists in this week's Veterinary Record...
UK Cat Owners More Likely To Be Young And Female, Survey Shows
Monday, 03.22.2010, 01:00pm
Cat owners are more likely to be female and younger than those who don't own cats, indicate the results of a household survey of one semi-rural community in the UK, and published in the Veterinary Record. Around one in four UK households owns at least one dog, while around one in five households owns a cat...
Studies Detail Possible Benefits Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids For Dogs With Arthritis
Sunday, 03.07.2010, 11:00am
A series of studies published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) offers new insights into the possible benefits derived from feeding foods containing high omega-3 fatty acid concentrations to dogs with osteoarthritis. The results of the three studies, according to contributing author Dr...
Chicken pox vaccine reduces shingles risk in kids -- study of 172,000 kids used EHRs
Wednesday, 03.03.2010, 06:01pm
The study, the largest of its kind, used electronic health records to identify more than 170,000 vaccinated with the varicella (chicken pox) vaccine from 2002 to 2008 in Kaiser Permanente's Southern California region,
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