Wednesday, 23 September 2020
The Arabian Magazine

New study of bacteria in ponies’ guts sheds light on ageing and obesity

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The complex community of tiny living cells (microbes) living in the horse’s gut may provide valuable information about ageing and obesity, a new study has revealed. Initial findings have suggested that obesity in ponies...

Vet Warns Of The Risks Of Not Treating For Encysted Small Redworm

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London, UK – Feb 05, 2019 – Zoetis Inc. today announced that recent cases of serious disease caused by severe encysted small redworm infections have prompted Zoetis vet Wendy Talbot to remind horse owners of the...

EVJ Provides Free Online Access to Latest Research on Endocrinopathic Laminitis

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Laminitis, a complex, common and potentially devastating disease, remains one of the greatest veterinary challenges in the equestrian world. As knowledge of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of endocrinopathic laminitis continues to grow, the...

Researchers find part of the missing link between high insulin and laminitis

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Veterinary researchers in Australia have identified a possible mechanistic link between high levels of insulin and equine laminitis. The study, which investigated the effects of insulin on equine hoof lamellar cells in the laboratory, was...
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