The FDA has previously sent warning letters to other companies illegally selling CBD products that claimed to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure serious diseases, such as cancer.
Researchers found that male cats are more likely to reach higher overall weights than females.
More than 1700 people were evaluated for cardiovascular healthy.
Moving to a new residence during the first trimester. according to new research from the University of Washington
A study looked at the incidence, risk factors and presenting signs of lymphoma in dogs presenting to primary-care practice.
Study suggests that sampling from the conjunctival fornix is a better alternative to direct ulcer sampling.
This study establishes the feasibility of conducting EBOV seroprevalence studies in resource poor outbreak sites in Africa using modern and economical serological assay techniques.
Daily contact with dogs was inversely proportionately associated with atopic dermatitis risk.
Researchers suggest that ownership of brachycephalic dog breeds is characterized by extremely strong dog-owner relationships and unrealistic perceptions of good health.
Is sleep training necessary? Maybe not the way you expect.
Even if you're the messiest person alive, you can still straighten things up. You just need to choose to try.
With warmer weather, sandals and barbecues are rapidly becoming part of the future, and it's important to make sure no one is eyeballing those cracked heals or thick calluses.
What it means to be a good man is different depending on where you live.
Even if you can't see eye to eye about the topic, knowing you can disagree and discuss avenues on how to fix it without being insulted or demeaned can ease tensions and help you find solutions—the ultimate purpose of arguing in the first place.
Enjoying your birthday doesn't have to be limited to children or your 21sthowever, nor does it even have to be in the form of a traditional birthday party.
Let's face it, the older you get the harder it is to make new friends.
Our advice to follow isn’t going to be about a diet fad, it is about developing a healthy relationship with food.
This business owner and mom of three is on a mission to be a role model for the next generation of veterinarians.
Richard Linnehan, adjunct professor at NC State's College of Veterinary Medicine, has served as a NASA mission specialist.
San Miguel received an Outstanding Public Service award on June 18 at Multiplying Good's national Jefferson Awards Gala for the creation of an after-school program named This is How We "Role."
Dr. Doug started on a mission to make life better for veterinary professionals through his involvement with Wisconsin VMA, first as President and later as an elected Delegate. Now, he joins Dr. Gary Brown in the race for the Presidency of the AVMA.
Capt. Samantha Warner has been part of the Army family for her entire life. During a recent trans-Atlantic flight, she drew on her training and experience to provide basic life support to a fellow passenger in need.
Two Tuskegee University veterinary medicine alumni and owners of a middle-Georgia veterinary practice will be featured on a new National Geographic Wild television show this fall. “The Critter Fixers” will feature veterinarian stars Drs. Terrence Ferguson ’98 and Vernard Hodges ’97, and capture the day-to-day operations at their two Georgia locations in Bonaire and Byron.
West Virginia native and University of Georgia Alum, Dr. Gary Brown, joins Dr. Doug Kratt in the race for Presidency of the AVMA. Get to know more about what means most to him and why he wants to inspire the next generation.
Plastic foam food containers are among the top 10 most commonly littered items in the U.S. and more than 256 million pieces of disposable foam cups, plates, bowls, platters, and trays are used every year in Maine.
Clinic first opened in 1844.
Our Father of the Year, Brad Coull, tells us why it's important to put family first.
Dr. Georgina Philips literally has it all. This veterinarian has an impressive background, including working both in emergency medicine and shelter medicine. She is a also mom of two under five who understands how important it is to enjoy your life fully.
Believe it or not, it is possible to change the face of the planet as just one person. Not only is it possible, it's been done dozens of times. Here are just 3 people who single handedly changed the world.
Dr. William Waddell was the first African American member of the American Veterinary Medical Association - read about this trailblazing veterinary professional.