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  • Purdue student drowns in pool at West Lafayette apartment complex

    Purdue student drowns in pool at West Lafayette apartment complex
    A Purdue University grad student was found unconscious in the pool at his apartment complex in West Lafayette Sunday evening. Police have confirmed to Fox59 that Olukayode Ayobami Bolarinwa was found around 5 p.m. in the pool at the Williamsburg on the...
  • Small Animal Hospital in the same place since 1925

    Small Animal Hospital in the same place since 1925
    The Glendale Small Animal Hospital, which opened in 1925, still stands at the same place where it began, one of the few veterinary hospitals remaining in its original location. When George W. Blanche opened the hospital at 831 Milford St., it was the...
  • My Pet World: Veterinarians review the state of their industry

    DENVER — The Conference of the American Animal Hospital Assn., held March 15 to 18, was attended by more than 1,200 veterinary professionals. AAHA Executive Director Dr. Michael Cavanaugh kicked off the event with the State of the Industry 2011...
  • My Pet World: Pet food recalls back in the news

    Two unrelated issues have consumers concerned about pet foods. A specific and rare strain of salmonella (Salmonella Infantis) was recently identified at the Diamond Pet Foods plant in Gaston, S.C., leaving 14 people sick in nine states. The U.S. Food...
  • The incredibly growing pet

    The incredibly growing pet
    If your dog or cat looks more like a footstool than an animal, it's time to do something about that excess weight. There is an epidemic of fat pets in the United States, one that's often unrecognized. "It comes from the fact that they are beloved," says...
  • Gordon Woods dies at 57; Veterinary scientist helped create first cloned mule

    Gordon Woods dies at 57; Veterinary scientist helped create first cloned mule
    Gordon Woods, a veterinary scientist who helped create the world's first cloned mule, has died. He was 57. Woods died unexpectedly Thursday, said Dell Rae Moellenberg, a spokeswoman at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., where Woods was a...
  • FDA declares cloned meat, milk safe

    Meat and milk from cloned animals and their offspring are as safe as the natural versions, the Food and Drug Administration declared Tuesday, clearing the way for such products to enter the food supply without special labeling. In releasing its 968-...
  • Want this fan's World Series tickets? Give Manny what for

    Want this fan's World Series tickets? Give Manny what for
    Anybody out there want my World Series tickets? For free? I've got two of them for Game 4, should the Dodgers make it through the playoffs, which begin with today's opener against the St. Louis Cardinals. I'm talking about some pretty good seats too....
  • TURKEY TALK

    If you gain a little weight this Thanksgiving, blame it on the stuffing, the corn bread, the mashed potatoes and gravy. Blame it on the pumpkin pie. Just don't blame it on the turkey. "Turkey is wonderful healthy food . . . especially if you have breast...
  • Obama's free advice from Boston U profs

     
    by Frank James When you're president or president-elect, you get a lot of gratuitous advice. And so it is that some Boston University professors have some ideas for President-elect Barack Obama, some serious, some not some serious. Hat tip to......
  • Stimulus patrol: 'RAT' board gears up

     
    by Rebecca Cole and updated President Barack Obama today appointed Earl E. Devaney to serve as chairman, along with Vice-President Joe Biden, of the new Recovery Act Transparency and Accountability Board. Devaney, a former white-collar crime...
  • The Dry Garden: Water-wise birdbaths can create a backyard spa for wildlife

     
    It has been my casual observation during the last decade in Los Angeles that dry years produce the best backyard birding and wet years the most marginal. This being the height of migration season for Western songbirds, and conditions around Los Angeles...