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Bristol Herald Courier, Va.Pfizer recently released about a fifth of its remaining local workforce, following a second recall of the drug Levoxyl. About 25 full-time workers at the company's Fifth Street facility were released in early May, company spokeswoman Joan Campion said...
Tribune Media ServicesDEAR MAYO CLINIC: I've had hyperthyroidism for just over one year, and medication does not seem to keep it in check. I don't want to have my thyroid removed. But I'm nervous about radioactive iodine treatment, which is what was recommended. Is it safe?...
Dear Pharmacist: Your post on rheumatoid arthritis and autoimmune disease intrigued me. I didn't realize eating beans, peanuts, peas, lentils, soy or tofu was an issue. I eat these foods frequently, and I still hurt. Can you tell me more? —D.B.,...
My Pet WorldDr. Roger Mahr, then president of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and Dr. Ronald Davis, late president of the American Medical Association, launched the One Health Initiative in 2007. "We formalized and expanded upon what many in the medical...
My Pet WorldLEWIS CENTER, OHIO -- The concept is positively brilliant, integrating an urban definition of animals -- living with pets, sharing our beds with them -- with the very different rural reality of animals living on the farm. The non-profit Animals For LIFE...
Nothing can sour a new pet-owner relationship like a shredded shoe or a chewed-up remote control. A dog's appetite for inedible objects can be exasperating and dangerous. Animal behavior consultant Arden Moore, author of "What Dogs Want: A Visual...
My Pet WorldQ: Chuck Norris has been urinating inappropriately. He and our other male cat have lived together since they were littermates. Chuck Norris tends to go on our dog's little couches. We tried buying new couches, and now we pick the couches when the dogs...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorBy all appearances and measures 51-year-old Maria Andrade, up until a few months ago, thought of herself as a relatively healthy person. But a recent hyperthyroidism diagnosis has changed her outlook. Aside from the risk of losing weight, the disease,...
My Pet WorldQ: Razzie, our 2 1/2-year-old Weimaraner, will take a mouthful of food, then walk away from his dish. He goes somewhere else in the house, drops it and then proceeds to eat it piece by piece. He will return to his dish and do the same thing, only taking...
Premium Health News ServiceMany people diagnosed with a thyroid condition are surprised that such a tiny gland can have such a profound impact on overall health and well-being. Throughout life, this busy gland is constantly producing hormones that influence metabolism. When...
My Pet WorldQ: I'm a feline and canine behaviorist in France and want to know more about Kitty Kindergarten classes for a report. Can you tell me more about these classes, and how they came about? -- A.R., Alsace, France A: Just as dogs go to puppy classes, some...
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My Pet WorldSAN DIEGO, CA -- These questions were answered by experts attending the Convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Aug. 3-7 at the San Diego Convention Center. Q: My 5-year-old black Labrador is sneezing. It's like he needs a tissue. Is...
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