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CO2 to the Rescue!

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Nov 2nd 2022

CO2 to the Rescue!

Transdermal Carbon Dioxide Treatment for Multiple Wound and Circulation IssuesUsing carbon dioxide (CO2) as part of a treatment? It’s true, I have been working with these folks for over a year that ha …

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Hemp – Just the Facts

Posted by Maryanna Phinn on Nov 2nd 2022

Hemp – Just the Facts

Ask the average American to explain what “hemp” is and you’ll frequently get a vague explanation that almost always associates this amazing plant with marijuana. This is only partially correct. Hemp …

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Lyme Disease in the Equine

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Aug 18th 2022

Lyme Disease in the Equine

Lyme disease (LD) has been recognized for about 40 to 50 years. It is now the most commonly reported tick-borne illness in the United States and Europe and it is found in Asia and Australia. Since …

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The Impact of Antibiotics on the Equine Gut

Posted by Jackie Bellamy-Zions, Equine Guelph on Aug 8th 2022

The Impact of Antibiotics on the Equine Gut

The thinking on how we use antibiotics is changing in the world of medicine especially as we learn more about their impact on the inhabitants of the gut. Ontario Veterinary College researcher, Dr. D …

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Hitting Pay Dirt!

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM, MRCVS on Aug 2nd 2022

Hitting Pay Dirt!

CREATING A DIVERSE HEALTHY PASTUREEquine health (and human health, for that matter) is closely intertwined with soil health. Soil health directly affects plant health and the nutrients available to th …

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The Energetics Of Food

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM, MRCVS on Aug 2nd 2022

The Energetics Of Food

Chinese food energetics has become more popular in small animal medicine, but has gained little attention in the horse world. Prepackaged, processed equine feeds are just a bad as pet bagged pet foods …

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