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A new therapy aimed at treating cocaine addiction has yielded promising results, according to a report in Biological Psychiatry.
Researchers from Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute have studied a method that combines two substances used in treating addiction – amphetamine and topiramate.
By James Little, DVM
Equine and companion animal professional services veterinarian
The fat soluble vitamins (e.g., vitamins A, D, E, and K) play important roles in the bodies of many species including bovine. One of the critical roles is the support they provide to the immune system in its response to infectious […]
We all know the look.
It most commonly appears around mealtimes and kicks into high gear during especially big feasts, such as Thanksgiving.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we’re talking about the puppy eyes.
Who can blame pets for doing a little extra begging when the dining room table is laden with delights such as turkey […]