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2013-10-08 23:19:29

CHF announces the approval of two research grants which will work to establish the causes and pre-dispositions for bloat. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 08, 2013 The AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF) has taken a significant step toward the eventual prevention of the devastating condition commonly known as bloat. CHF is pleased to announce the approval of two research grants which will work to establish the causes and pre-dispositions for gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV), or bloat. These...

2013-06-24 23:27:21

Seventy-five percent of children experience gas discomfort, infographic says. Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) June 23, 2013 Seventy-five percent of children suffer from gas discomfort, a new infographic from the makers of Tummy Calm shows. The infographic is designed to illustrate the causes of stomach upset in children, as well as recommend safe and effective non-prescription remedies. "A stomachache can be a frustrating symptom to understand in small children," said Jacqueline...

2010-01-05 21:26:54

Switching from warm-season grasses to cool-season forages can give livestock a belly ache, in some cases a deadly one, according to Texas AgriLife Research scientists. Dr. Bill Pinchak, Texas AgriLife Research animal nutritionist at Vernon, is leading a team of scientists who are using state-of-the-art technology "“ metagenomics "“ to determine how changes in diest affect microbial communities in the digestive tract of cattle and how these changes may increase risk of disease....

2009-06-05 13:07:27

Future generations of humans living in space are likely to be fat, short, ugly, bloated and bald, researchers at London's University College said. Traveling to earth's closest stars would require years, if not decades, in space, and such long-distance travel would take its toll on the human body, Dr. Lewis Dartnell, a university astrobiologist, told The Daily Telegraph in a story published Friday. Near zero gravity would leave bodies stunted with underdeveloped muscles and bones, while fluid...

2009-04-21 10:34:54

U.S. beef nutrition specialists say beef producers should expand their knowledge about grass tetany and bloat. Purdue University extension specialist Ron Lemenager said the seasonal weather shift from cold to warm conditions presents some challenges and producers should manage their herds to prevent the two conditions. Grass tetany, also known as grass staggers or hypomagnesaemia, is a magnesium deficiency and when animals are deficient in magnesium they become highly excitable, which...

2008-10-27 15:00:09

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, Prevention magazine has heard from women across America that despite their best efforts, they can't lose the jiggly belly fat that builds up around their middles, especially once they hit 40. Sixty-seven percent of them say it's the body part they most want to change. Shrinking an expanding waistline isn't a matter of vanity. Excess belly fat can significantly increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes and chronic illness more than any other...

2008-06-15 15:00:04

Forgoing soda and gum could lead to a better bikini bod. Air bubbles take up space in the stomach, and artificial sweeteners such as sorbitol and mannitol can also cause bloating. __ Source: InStyle (c) 2008 Columbia Daily Tribune. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights Reserved.


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2008-05-28 14:37:32

The Poodle is a breed of dog whose origins are unknown. It is often considered a French breed due to the role of the French in the development of the modern breed. It is one of the oldest breeds of dog which has been popular throughout Europe for centuries. There are three sizes of Poodle: standard, miniature, and toy. The breed was originally purposed as a retriever, and is still often used as a gun dog. The name poodle comes from the German word Pudel, which is short for Pudelhund, which...

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2008-05-07 16:52:47

The Bloodhound is a French breed bred for tracking human beings. It is a scent hound, known for its ability to follow a scent over long distances, even if it is days old. It is frequently used to trace missing persons or prison escapees. The Bloodhound is a large dog, weighing 80 to 110 pounds and standing 23 to 27 inches high. Its coat is hard and generally one of three color combinations: black and tan, liver and tan, or red. The Bloodhound has a dense bone structure. It also has very...

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