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The Maryland SPCA to Launch Spay/Neuter Clinic for Cats and Pit Bulls

BALTIMORE, Feb. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Maryland SPCA will open a spay/neuter clinic to serve cats and pit bulls in low-income households. The SPCA will hold a formal announcement, clinic opening and walk through for attendees and media on February 14, 2008 at 10 a.m. at its adoption center on ...

Protestors Strip, Don Horns Against Spain's Running of the Bulls

Hundreds of animal rights activists took part in a "Running of the Nudes" Thursday to protest the traditional running of the bulls ceremony in the Spanish town of Pamplona . The demonstrators ran stripped to their underwear and sporting plastic horns, as well as the traditional red bandana ...

Hospital for Special Surgery Remains Top Hospital in Northeast in U.S. News & World Report's 'America's Best Hospitals' List for Orthopedics

...al sports teams including the New York Football Giants, New York Mets, New York Knicks, Nets Basketball, New York Liberty Basketball, and New York Red bulls Soccer. In addition, HSS sports medicine specialists serve on the U.S. Olympic Committee medical staff team that covered the 2008 Games in Beijing. ...

Motion analysis helps soccer players get their kicks

...protect both female and male athletes from the most common injuries," continued Dr. Williams, who is also the head team physician for the New York Red bulls soccer club. For the most part, Hospital for Special Surgery uses motion analysis in a clinical setting to analyze children who don't walk normally...

Photos: Soccer Hall of Famer Marcelo Balboa Encourages Men to 'Team Up Against Prostate Cancer'

...ring the June 20th soccer game, at Giants Stadium, between the New York Red bulls and the Seattle Sounders FC at the TEAM UP AGAINST PROSTATE CANCER booth ho...toll-free number, 1-866-321-3114. In addition to the launch at the Red bulls game, TEAM UP AGAINST PROSTATE CANCER booths will also be on-site at two ad...

Got Milk?(R) and the NBA Showcase New National Teen Health and Fitness Initiative at Cesar E. Chavez Multicultural Center

... Chicago bulls Legend BJ Armstrong Rallies Students to Get Fit By... CHICAGO, March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago bulls legend BJ Armstrong is rallying Chicago teens to...rsonal fitness goals. BJ Armstrong, Chicago bulls legend, will be at Cesar E. Chavez Multicultural C...

Researchers clone key sperm-binding proteins

...for both fertility treatments and new methods of male contraception. "We have previously isolated and characterized BSPs from many species, such as bulls and boars," says Dr. Puttaswamy Manjunath, senior author and a professor in the departments of medicine and of biochemistry at the Universit de Montra...

Dog Bite Risk for Kids Greatest in Summer

... Family pets caused 27% of injuries; Pit bulls most often involved in attacks, study finds SUNDAY, March 8 (H...ore than one location, and the average wound size was 7.15 centimeters. Pit bulls were the breed most commonly involved in attacks. The findings were publ...

Dog bites a particular threat to young children, especially as temperatures rise

...(34%), lips (21%), and nose and ears (both 8%). Sixty-four percent suffered wounds in more than one location, with the average wound size 7.15 cm. Pit bulls were the breed most commonly cited as the cause for the attack. The authors believe that by implementing more accurate and timely reporting of dog ...

Finalists Announced for American Heart Association's Paul 'Bear' Bryant College Football Coach of the Year Award

...has gained national attention for the Bulls' youthful program. Gill led the bulls to an 8-5 record this past season, including a win at the Mid-American Conference Championship on Dec. 5. He takes the bulls to the Connecticut International Bowl on Jan. 3. Mike Leach, Te...
Bulls in Medical Dictionary

Testicular infection

.... 2/6/2009 10:46:00 AM. Cattle Health: BVDV Testicular Infection In bulls ... a cytopathic modified-live vaccine will prevent prolonged testicular infection . ... ... of BVDV via semen of bulls exhibiting a prolonged testicular infection . ... can persist in testic...

Semen

...ialist providing medical treatments for, impotence, sexual ... What is semen and how is it analyzed? ... Semen is most commonly collected from bulls in bull studs using an artificial ... Finally, semen can be collected by message of the seminal vesicles and ... The Angus Semen Service goa...
Bulls in Biological News

Energy drinks: The coffee of a new generation?

...eople do not respect this warning. Furthermore, close to 50 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds claim to consume energy drinks mixed with alcohol. Vodka Red bulls are in vogue despite warnings against the mix. "Usually when someone consumes too much alcohol, their head spins and they feel tired. Energy drink...

Quiet bison sire more calves than louder rivals

... During bison mating season, the quietest bulls score the most mates and sire the most offspring w...are loud, low-frequency vocalizations performed by bulls during the rut. They are most commonly used when o...f one another. Yet sometimes a bellow will attract bulls from further away, and this may be one reason that...

K-State professor's USDA research shows mad cow disease also caused by genetic mutation

...attle for this rare pathogenic mutation. "Genetic BSE we can combat," Richt said. "We have submitted a patent for a test system that can assess all bulls and cows before they're bred to see whether they have this mutation." ...

'Wildcat Power Cord' repairs cruciate ligament in dairy cow's knee

...he ligament using synthetic material called monofilament nylon. The procedure's success could have enormous implications for breeding quality cows and bulls with the same injury. Fortunately, Wilhelmina's owner recognized the value of saving her. Mike Frey is the son of Dr. Russ Frey, a prominent profe...

Scientists journey to southern Africa to unravel the secret world of elephant communication

...nally spot four male elephants on the horizon. The bulls head straight for the waterhole and begin splashin.... Finally, the spell is broken, and the quartet of bulls ambles back to the waterhole to resume drinking an...hing about the freezing behavior of Etosha's 6-ton bulls that reminded her of the tiny insects back in the ...
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