What most improves patient care in a hospital most might not be the new piece of million-dollar equipment, but rather the facility’s cleaning staff, according to a recent Scientific American article.
The increased focus on cleaning comes as increasing numbers of infectious agents have become resistant to drugs, such as antibiotics, making infections harder to […]
By Caleb Schaeffer
Swine marketing manager, Neogen Corporation
Barely a blip on the radar five years ago, swine dysentery is now increasing in prevalence and in concern.
The disease, commonly caused by the bacterium Brachyspira hydodysenteriae, is transmitted by contaminated feces, or carrier organisms such as birds and flies. It causes diarrhea in pigs, which […]
Erica with six-year-old Fa Mai, who was born at the Elephant Nature Park.Photo courtesy of Erica Ward.
Although her second trip to Thailand is over, it’s only the beginning for Erica Ward.
The Michigan State University vet student recently returned from her second stint at Thailand’s Elephant Nature Park, a haven for elephants and […]