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Who pays when teeth fly? Five rules for pet bite etiquette from the vet's POV by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:38pm It’s not just the simple bite wounds sustained during a brief brawl at the puppy park. It’s also the crushing injuries, the broken bones and the bleeding lungs that are at stake when pets get into it. The worst cases are fall under the category of “BDLD” (“big-dog-little-dog”) interactions or occur when cats get handed the business end of a ... Read on »
Colonoscopy Week Live! - 5pm, I could bite the legs off a low-flying duck by Martin Patient Expert Posted Wed 17 Jun 2009 8:01pm If you ever find yourself mid-fast, that is to say you haven’t eaten for 17 hours or so, take my advice and do not take a walk along your local high street. Just don’t. Earlier I went up Walthamstow Market. Big mistake. Until today I had no idea just how many fast food outlets there are up there. I know exactly how many there are now because I ... Read on »
Shun Chemicals for Natural Ways to Thwart and Care for Bug Bites by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:00pm Spending time outdoors is irresistible in the late spring through early autumn months. Whether it is playing in the park, camping or taking a stroll, the fresh air and sunshine are good for you. What is not so good is having to spray or lather on insect repellant so you do not provide the biting flies and mosquitoes flash buffet. These che ... Read on »
Vaccines Comprising Sand Fly Salivary Proteins for Control of Leishmania Infection by nih.gov Posted Tue 25 May 2010 5:00pm Description of Invention: This invention relates to the use of several peptides from the salivary glands of various sand fly species for the control of leishmania infection. Many of these peptides were shown to be effective in eliciting potent immune responses in animal models and are excellent candidates for the development o ... Read on »
Natural Insect Repellent: If They Aren’t Crawling, They’re Flying by Kiwi Patient Expert Posted Thu 05 Jun 2008 12:00am I was at my son’s travel soccer tryouts last night. The setting: a beautiful local winery that rents its fields to our town for the kids to play soccer and lacrosse. The winery is surrounded by dense New England forest, the kind every kid dreams about running through if it weren’t for the deer tick checks that inevitably follow each romp. ... Read on »
I have 1 million mosquito bites by Whitlikesfit Posted Thu 02 Aug 2012 11:34pm I’m serious.  Like it looks like I have the chicken pox.  And they’re everywhere, including places bugs should never be venturing.  And it’s baffling to me.  Did I not feel the bugs when they were crawling/flying/biting these places?  Am I numb?  Were these magic bugs?  Chris was adamant about the mosquitoes when we were in Bend, so much so tha ... Read on »
Your Own Machu Picchu: Choquequirao, Peru by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 6:33pm An excellent article on one of the best hikes in Peru was posted on Matador Trips: Discover Your Own Machu Picchu: Choquequirao, Peru Did you visit Machu Picchu thinking you’d arrived 50 years too late? Wish you could’ve seen it before the tourist hordes and luxury hotel moved in? Then Choquequirao might be for you. … There are v ... Read on »
This is a VERY good article abou... by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:39am This is a VERY good article about the reason why we dogs need for this Rabies Challenge Fund to happen. Please, be a part of the solution to help the fund go forward so that we animals won’t have to be subjected to mandatory rabies shots. Thank you, WOOF! “Conor” Ravette-Jodevin Th’ Tanist (Ch. Tartanside Impresario X Ravett ... Read on »
What You Pack When You Are Going To A Third World (Ish) Country, Working With Scabby Children, Have A Wonky Immune System... by Puglet .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:19pm ...A Congenital Brain Malformation, And Are Dating A Doctor 96 antidiarrheal caplets ( for my autoimmune intestinal disease, for after I have to take Cipro, plus..dude..it's INDIA) 48 Zantac caplets ( because, um, I don't even normally EAT indian food) 100 Tylenol ( assorted autoimmune diseases=inflammatory resp..random fevers) ... Read on »
DEET-Free Mosquito Repellents That Work by Diane Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 11:30am Summer's not the only thing in full swing right now. If you live anywhere except a desert, you're likely to be plagued by mosquitoes. Most conventional mosquito repellents contain DEET, a chemical that is toxic to a variety of flying and biting insects and has raised questions about its safety for people. The federal Agency for Toxic Sub ... Read on »