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Canine Mastitis in Lactating Dogs by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sun 13 Dec 2009 11:39pm A few weeks after giving birth, brood bitches sometimes develop a kind of breast infection called canine mastitis. This type of infection is not ordinary among female canines but an owner should still take necessary precautions when their pets are diagnosed with such illness. When puppies are weaned too early, it can cause an infection to ... Read on »
Does lifting weights cause mastitis? (With New Video Feature!) by Kara Douglass Thom Patient Expert Posted Thu 21 May 2009 11:52pm I had another brush with mastitis this week. As frustrated as I am with the physical set back, I'm more frustrated that this is a recurring problem for me when my previous experiences with breastfeeding have come so easy. [Insert big sigh here.] I've been on a mad quest to find out why I'm getting the plugged ducts (three so far) that can s ... Read on »
Mastitis by Sarah Stover Posted Tue 02 Nov 2010 12:00am It really sucks. The end. Oh and also, I am really sorry I'm barely commenting on anyone else's blogs since this bebe came along. I have yet to master the art of nursing while keeping my hands free, and basically every time I'm sitting down and free to read blogs, I'm nursing, so... I'm still reading you guys! And I miss you! Read on »
Milk reduces effectiveness of antibiotics against bacteria by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:29pm New research suggests that milk can prevent the protection offered by antibiotics in the treatment of dangerous bacteria such as Staphylococcus. A study lead by Dr Manuela Oliveira from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal revealed that bacteria can survive antibiotic treatment of conditions ... Read on »
Kudos to the Consumers: We Want rBST-free Food by Caitlin L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:54pm On the heels of my video post on Fox News and Monsanto, this news appeared in the last week to help turn that frown upside down. Part of the reason I started drinking organic dairy products was because of the Monsanto manufactured hormone rBST, synthetically produced to "help" cows produce more milk. While the FDA approved the drug in 1993 ... Read on »
Choose Raw Milk or Organic Milk to Avoid This Harmful Monsanto Creation. Don't ask yourself, "Who is Monsanto?" Ask Why rBGH is by Shane S. Facebook Posted Fri 14 Oct 2011 12:00am Choose Raw Milk or Organic Milk to Avoid This Harmful Monsanto Creation. Don't ask yourself, "Who is Monsanto?"  Ask Why rBGH is Allowed in the US but isn't Allowed in Europe or Canada Yesterday I received the following Tweet from one of my favorite green guys, The Certified Health Nut - Troy Casey ... I really like Troy, and I h ... Read on »
12 Reasons to NOT Eat Dairy by Dreena Burton !. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 4:10pm It's a new year, and we are hearing about diet resolutions everywhere.  Rather than focus on some weight-centered diet or how many pounds you can lose... why not do the one single thing that can have a huge impact on your health - axe the dairy! I've said it before and I'll say it again.  When I got dairy out of my diet, it made the biggest di ... Read on »
Homeopathy works for animals on the farm by Sarah W. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 04 Jan 2010 12:22am I don’t often reproduce entire articles available elsewhere in full, but this personal account of using homeopathy to help livestock is well worth a read.  People often say to me “ah, but you have to believe in homeopathy for it to work”.  I say, tell that to the cows and sheep.  Like Mr Dowding, my mother kept a flock of pedigree dairy Fr ... Read on »
Growth Hormones in Food by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 5:51pm Meat and dairy products form the basis of many Western diets. In fact, the popular perception is that a portion of meat and two glasses of milk every day will ensure good bones and muscle mass. However, many people are unaware of what actually goes into the cartons of milk they get from the local supermarket, or the cuts of beef they gril ... Read on »
Pus in Milk Costs 40% Dairy Farmers by Plantarian Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 02 Feb 2012 10:04am Milk cheque payments affected for 40% of chronic somatic cell count herds - 1/31/2012 - Farmers Weekly A total of 40% of herds have more than 15% chronic somatic cell count cows, increasing their chances of having their milk cheque penalised to 92%. Sometimes you just gotta love the fact you don't drink milk. For White stuff read ... Read on »