Tough-to-treat animal hoarding leaves dogs and cats in bad shape and shelters strained
There’s much that’s difficult yet typical about animal hoarding cases, as Alan Edmonds, cruelty case manager for Animal Protection of New Mexico, well knows.
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TV personality and mother of 7 discusses her diagnosis
WASHINGTON – U.S health officials are investigating a new strain of virus linked to the death of a Kansas man who fell ill after being bitten by a tick, then went into organ failure and died about two weeks later.
The damage the sun inflicts on your skin may be even more insidious than was previously thought, according to new research.
Program at risk of being slashed next year because of budget shortages