Because of the benefits of CBD, in the United States, the AKC has decided to join forces with Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences to perform a study to see whether dogs with epilepsy may benefit from CBD.
Daily Archives: January 27, 2021
When Blue was diagnosed with patent ductus arteriosus at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital last year, her chances of survival without a major surgery were slim. The ailment is a congenital heart defect that affects the surrounding blood vessels, according to the American Heart Association.
Instead of their usual in-person convention this March, the American Endurance Ride Conference decided to go virtual with their 2021 Unconventional Convention. Participants can watch live on the 6th and 7th, and content will remain available to watch throughout the month.
In 2004-5, when the H5 bird flu strains were spreading across Asia, Chinese laboratories produced several unauthorised live bird flu vaccines, said Mo Salman, a professor of veterinary medicine at Colorado State University.
Anna Fagre: “It’s always concerning when you find a pathogen in wildlife that can make both the animals and people sick. It becomes a risk for wildlife conservation and public health.”
Colorado State University professor Susan Bailey, researches changes in DNA telomere length and activity as one of 10 projects studying Scott and Mark Kelly, the identical twin astronauts.
During a pandemic, veterinary and emergency clinics are considered essential services, and many still are open. In order to observe safety protocols, they have had to change some of the ways they operate.
Opioids answer lots of therapeutic questions for animals and people alike. They are the brawniest drug class for managing acute pain, and they chip away at chronic discomfort too. But opioids are, so to speak, a double-beveled needle.
“Frequently, horses with back pain start showing subtle signs early on, and it is always my hope that we can learn to recognize these cases before the horse compensates and has a secondary injury,” says Dr. Melinda Story of Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine
There are many components to aging, both mental and physical. Researchers at Colorado State University’s Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging believe they have found an animal model that will help them better understand it and find ways to curtail the symptoms.