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Friday, May 29, 2020

For The Love Of It

It’s 7:30 AM on the small tropical Island of San Andres, Colombia. Myself and 11 other animal health professionals walk towards the government building...
Understanding environmental veterinary medicine

Understanding environmental medicine

Exposure to toxins, stress, poor diet and other external influences can play a major role in the development of many disease states. Here's how...

The Case for Curcumin

Interest in naturally occurring substances for medical applications is growing rapidly. One of these substances is curcumin, a major active ingredient found naturally in...

Immunotonic Herbs

Regardless of the natural practitioner’s chosen modality -- whether it’s Western herbal medicine, traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda or even homeopathy -- the goal of...

Equine Ulcers

When faced with a diagnosis of ulcers in their horses, many clients are shocked. “My horse could not possibly be stressed. I give him...

Rethinking Equine Vaccinations – Part 2

In the first part of this series, we discussed the benefits and potential side effects of vaccinations, which provide an important means of protecting...

Feng Shui in the clinic setting

Feng Shui is an ancient art of placement that can help you and your colleagues maintain wellbeing and harmony in the workplace. Veterinary medicine is...

Bowen Therapy – Does It Work?

Can a hands-on technique really help laminitis pain, musculoskeletal problems (mild, severe/acute and chronic) TMJ and digestive issues, as well as reduce anxiety and...

Winter Feeding For Horses

As nature slips toward dormancy in winter, hay becomes the forage of choice for most horses. Once fresh grass is cut, dried and stored as...

The Case For Whole Foods

For decades, clinical nutrition was used supportively for common diseases, but in recent years our viewpoint has changed. “ has emerged as a cornerstone...