Medical News Today: Common fire retardant makes prairie voles anxious, less social

New research examines the gender-specific effects of a common flame retardant mixture on the social and affective behavior of prairie voles.

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Medical News Today: Gut bacteria: How bats ‘shift the paradigm’

A recent study investigates the microbiomes of bats. The authors conclude that, in some ways, bats’ gut bacteria don’t follow the rules.

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Medical News Today: Punishment could make your dog more pessimistic

How does punishing your dog affect its psychological welfare? New research compares various training methods in search of an answer.

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Medical News Today: Vulturine guineafowl’s complex societies overturn scientific assumptions

For the first time, researchers have found that some birds form multilevel societies, which zoologists had thought was something that only mammals did.

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Medical News Today: What are the real zombies?

Are there any zombies in nature? And what about humans, are we ever at risk of zombification? Read our special feature to find out what science has to say.

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Medical News Today: Pigs have the intelligence to use tools

Researchers have observed that female Visayan warty pigs are capable of using twigs and bark as tools to help them construct their nests.

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Medical News Today: Why do dogs develop infections after surgery?

A recent study investigates the factors that increase the risk of a dog developing an infection following surgery. They also look at the financial effects.

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Welcome New Pets – and their people

We encourage you to come meet our veterinary team who are trusted resources for new pet owners or for the new pet in your home. We want to get to know you and you your pet. We’ll want to ask…

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Welcome to our Welcome to Pharmaceutical News Online!

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Pet Microchips: Get Your Dog and Cat Microchipped

We do for the peace of mind that it brings. You getting your dog or cat microchipped could make the difference between your pet being lost and found. While identification tags are helpful, not all pets are wearing collars and…

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Co-Founder of Cultlike Group Where Women Were Branded Is Expected to Plead Guilty

Nancy Salzman, who helped found Nxivm, will plead guilty to charges contained in federal racketeering indictment against the organization.

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How a $238 Million Penthouse Turned a Long-Shot Tax on the Rich Into Reality

New York may join cosmopolitan hubs like Paris, Singapore and Vancouver, which already charge fees on secondary or part-time homes.

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A Landscape Lewis and Clark Would Recognize Is Now Under Threat

Logging, mining and development loom over the Northern Rockies.

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Another Battle of Algiers

Protests have stopped President Abdelaziz Bouteflika from seeking another term, but it won’t change the military’s domination of the political system.

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Antitrust Returns to American Politics

Thankfully, monopoly power is shaping up as a central issue in the 2020 campaign.

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New York Today: What’s the Deal With Marijuana Legalization in N.Y. and N.J.?

Wednesday: Legalization has widespread support in the two states, but there is still uncertainty on what the rules would be.

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