January 2008

Robin Fearon finds that while vaccine progress is going well, the long-term outlook could spell trouble ahead.

42 mins

I WAS delighted to be given an opportunity to review this book – blood pressure problems in … more

6 mins

NIGEL WOODBINE and HARRY WADDLE take a look back at the biggest stories to hit … more

38 mins

ALEX GOUGH reviews research on topics such as the effect of a full moon and … more

12 mins

LESA LONGLEY finds everything from kangaroos to whooping cranes up for discussion at the American … more

24 mins

GRAHAM DUNCANSON examines the signs and treatment of scouring, and draws attention to dehydration problems … more

15 mins

CATTLE pneumonia management, lung protection therapy and the consultative opportunities that they present topped the … more

3 mins

ROGER BLOWEY examines the welfare and management implications of scouring, which remains the single most … more

21 mins

T O JONES argues why more should have been learned from the previous FMD outbreaks in the UK

35 mins

KEVIN EATWELL concludes his series on the husbandry needs of reptiles with a discussion on … more

23 mins

As veterinarians, there is no excuse for us underestimating the importance of the sense of … more

12 mins

TWO studies have shown that incidences of Angiostrongylus vasorum are increasing in number and becoming … more

3 mins

TRISH LOGIE explains that the click of a mouse has opened up a new path … more

7 mins

ALEX THIEMANN discusses the effects of obesity and old age, and examines hyperlipaemia diagnosis.

21 mins

IN a very ordinary shopping mall is a pathetic little statue of a most extraordinary … more

14 mins

RUSSELL LYON finds that a walk on the wild side in Hong Kong can lead … more

16 mins