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Researchers have reviewed the threat of the virus peste des petits ruminants (PPR) to conservation.

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A study of 3,588 square kilometers of privately owned land in central Kenya offers evidence that humans and their livestock can, in the right circumstances, share territory with zebras, giraffes, elephants and other wild mammals -- to the benefit of all.

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A two-year-old Yorkshire Terrier puppy who was feared to have a life-limiting heart condition has been given a clean bill of health thanks to a leading Essex veterinary referral centre which diagno...

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Veterinary CPD specialist Improve International will launch a Distance Learning version of one of its most popular Postgraduate Certi...

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By Dr Kerry Marais, Tewantin Veterinary Surgery, QLD We’ve been using the Lutech Datalys V5 multiparameter veterinary monitor for some months. We’ve been very happy with it. What’s good about it The V5 has network integration and can send reports [...]

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Vintage enamel signs and Jaguar cars are just two of the things that Dr Colin Tedman of Caloundra Vet Surgery in Queensland loves to collect. “When I was a child in England, my dad worked on the railways. Occasionally he’d bring something [...]

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South Metropolitan TAFE (SM TAFE) veterinary nurse lecturer Janet Murray has won an international scholarship to attend the world’s largest veterinary conference, which will be opened by Hollywood stars Rob Lowe and Brooke Shields. Murray is the only international recipient [...]

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A journey to Antarctica on a ship full of women involved with the sciences saw Dr Kate Clarke’s attitude to her veterinary work renewed, reinvigorated and re-energised. By Frank Leggett It’s fair to say that earlier this year, Dr Kate [...]

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Ceva Animal Health has launched a cardiology roadshow to help educate veterinary professionals on cardiology and increase their confidence when dealing with cardiology cases.The ‘...

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Dr Gregory Smith is an Australian psychologist and best selling author of 'Out of the Forest'.
He talks about his experiences of childhood trauma, spiritual growth and perspectives for maintaining psychological health in today's challenging world.
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