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  • Survey indicates geography impacts pet longevity

    There's no U.S. Centers for Disease Control for Pets. Until recently, veterinarians greatly practiced in a medical bubble, only knowing what they were seeing in their own clinics. With a database of more than 800 hospitals in 43 states, Banfield the Pet Hospital, is trying to change that. The company has been keeping tabs for several years on medical conditions and other information about pets.
  • A big issue for small minds

    Everybody's got something. Maybe it's something you were born with, maybe something that happened to you, maybe something you did to yourself through bad habits or neglect. But everybody's got something, some physical or emotional blemish measuring the...

    It's what you know that you don't know

    With the newspaper business in such financially shaky shape — next thing you hear, the New York Times will have been bought by Honey Boo Boo — you might think I'm worried about my job prospects. But I'm not. I just discovered I am qualified...

    FDA: Antibacterial soaps not 'healthier' than regular soap

    FDA: Antibacterial soaps not 'healthier' than regular soap
    Antibacterial soaps and body washes containing the chemical triclosan don’t have extra health benefits compared with regular soap and water, the Food and Drug Administration said today on its Web site. In light of animal studies raising...

    Do soaps with triclosan do more harm than good?

    Do soaps with triclosan do more harm than good?
    If co-workers and family members are coming down with infections this winter, you may be tempted to turn to an anti-bacterial soap for protection. But some scientists are increasingly concerned that a common anti-bacterial ingredient called triclosan...