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The health issues of captive black rhinoceros aren't too far off from human health problems, a recently published study reveals. As opposed to rhinos that live in the wild, captive black rhinos are at a much higher risk for metabolic conditions such as inflammation and insulin resistance. 
The third International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface will take place August 6-8 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. To register, click here.
From June 15-19, select high school students are staying at Ohio State for
Antibiotic resistance working group formed at Ohio State
In May, a lab mix puppy named Zelda was brought to Rascal An
The story of Quasimodo, a 3-year-old dog born with deformed front legs, shows the profound com
Several strains of avian influenza virus are spreading across the U.S., affecting commercial and backyard poultry flocks. To reduce its reach, Ohio poultry veterinarians are advising poultry owners to strengthen their biosecurity practices and look out for signs of the virus in case it appears in
Parts of Franklin County's water supply are currently under an
We are sharing sad news this morning about the death of an alumnus, Dr. Austin T. Ayars.