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Liz Hardin

Joined 2 years ago from Tennessee

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  • Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking)
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    Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking)

    13 months ago

    Hydraulic fracturing is a type of drilling and mining for oil and natural gas. Fracking wells are typically built on shale deposits that contain significant reserves of natural gas. Fracking may be causing earthquakes, and uses chemicals that are toxic.

  • Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR)
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    Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR)

    13 months ago

    Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR) is a highly contagious, infectious respiratory disease of cattle caused by Bovine Herpesvirus-1 (BHV-1). It causes acute inflammation of the upper respiratory tract. There is no treatment currently, though vaccination is an effective preventative method.

  • The 1931 Valentine Earthquake
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    The 1931 Valentine Earthquake

    13 months ago

    In terms of magnitude and damage, the Valentine earthquake is the largest recorded earthquake to have occurred in the state of Texas.

  • Basic Financial Literacy for the New College Student
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    Basic Financial Literacy for the New College Student

    6 weeks ago

    Going to college is an exciting time in a young adult's life. However, many new college students don't understand the basics of finances. This article will cover all the basics of financial literacy in order to aid the college student in making sound financial decisions for the first time.

  • Gay Marriage: An Analysis of Both Sides of the Debate
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    Gay Marriage: An Analysis of Both Sides of the Debate

    17 months ago

    Gay marriage has been defined as the legal unification of two people who are of the same biological gender. The debate of whether or not to legally recognize such marriages remains

  • The Gap Cave in Cumberland Gap National Park
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    The Gap Cave in Cumberland Gap National Park

    17 months ago

    The Gap Cave is a karst cave located in the Cumberland Gap National Park. It features many unique cave formations, lots of wildlife, and is open to tourists.

  • The Importance of Exercise for College Students
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    The Importance of Exercise for College Students

    13 months ago

    Between balancing classes, a job, and social life, exercising, eating right, and keeping oneself in shape can be difficult for a college student. This is largely due to lack of motivation after attending to life's day-to-day tasks. Thankfully, there are ways to combat this.

  • Abraham Lincoln: What You Didn't Know About His Iconic Death
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    Abraham Lincoln: What You Didn't Know About His Iconic Death

    19 months ago

    In the midst of all his life's accomplishments as president, Abraham Lincoln is actually most well known for his assassination. The small, poorly known details about the final moments of his life give us interesting insight into who President Lincoln truly was as a person.

  • Essential Husbandry for Your Pet Ferret
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    Essential Husbandry for Your Pet Ferret

    11 months ago

    This article will discuss basic care and husbandry of ferrets, including behavior, diet, housing, preventative care, and common medical conditions.

  • Caring for Your Pet After Surgery
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    Caring for Your Pet After Surgery

    11 months ago

    This article will discuss the basic guidelines for seven areas of care to provide for your dog or cat following general surgery. These are only basic guidelines; always consult with your veterinarian concerning individualized care of your pet.

  • Demodectic Mange (Demodex) in Dogs and Cats
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    Demodectic Mange (Demodex) in Dogs and Cats

    11 months ago

    Demodex is a genus of parasitic mites that live in or near the hair follicles of mammals. Demodex is associated with the development of patchy hair loss and/or mild to severe dermatitis in dogs and sometimes cats.

  • Contrast Agents in Veterinary Radiology
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    Contrast Agents in Veterinary Radiology

    19 months ago

    There are three main categories of contrast agents used in veterinary radiology: iodinated, barium sulfate, and negative contrast. Iodinated contrasts are subdivided into ionic and non-ionic. Negative contrasts are subdivided into room air, CO2, and NO.

  • An Intro to Horse Coat Color Genetics
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    An Intro to Horse Coat Color Genetics

    10 months ago

    Genetics determine a horse's coat color. There are many different coat colors that are possible, but all colors are produced by the action of only a few genes. This article will review the basics of equine genetics, and the genes that create the beautiful coats of the horses we enjoy today.

  • Capnography in Veterinary Anesthesia
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    Capnography in Veterinary Anesthesia

    20 months ago

    Capnography is the measurement and evaluation of the levels of CO2 in a patient’s exhaled breath, or the end-title CO2 (ETCO2). This is an important component of anesthesia because it helps the anesthetist evaluate the patient’s respiratory rate and the quality of the respirations.

  • Acepromazine, Ketamine, and Propofol in Veterinary Anesthesia
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    Acepromazine, Ketamine, and Propofol in Veterinary Anesthesia

    20 months ago

    This article will briefly discuss the uses, duration of action, side effects, adverse effects, contraindications, and more of the drugs acepromazine, ketamine, and propofol in veterinary anesthesia. Tips for achieving a better anesthetic experience when using these drugs are also discussed.

  • Hepatic Lipidosis (Fatty Liver Disease) in Cats
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    Hepatic Lipidosis (Fatty Liver Disease) in Cats

    11 months ago

    Hepatic lipidosis, or “fatty liver disease,” is a disease process characterized by excess fat accumulation in the liver. It is the most common form of liver disease seen in cats in North America.

  • An Introduction to Your Immune System
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    An Introduction to Your Immune System

    19 months ago

    Immunology is the complex study of the immune system and its associated functions. Immunity is how the body attempts to prevent disease. This article will briefly discuss the types of immunity, vaccines, problems with the immune system, and more.

  • Spaying and Neutering Saves Lives
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    Spaying and Neutering Saves Lives

    10 months ago

    Stray dog and cat overpopulation creates a very real issue in our communities. The simplest way you can help is to spay and neuter your pets. This article will discuss the benefits of spaying and neutering for you, your pet, and for the domestic dog and cat populations as a whole.

  • Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome: What You Need to Know
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    Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome: What You Need to Know

    2 years ago

    Hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome is a rare but serious, sometimes deadly, respiratory disease that has been found mostly in rural areas of the western U.S. The disease is caused by a hantavirus that is carried by rodents and passed on to humans through infected rodent body fluids and droppings.

  • Stem Cell Therapy for Equine Flexor Tendon Injuries
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    Stem Cell Therapy for Equine Flexor Tendon Injuries

    10 months ago

    Superficial digital flexor tendon (SDFT) injuries are a substantial source of lameness and diminished athleticism within the equine athletic industry. Mesenchymal stem cells have become a topic of interest for use in the therapy of orthopedic injuries in athletic horses.

  • Rehabbing a Starved, Neglected, or Abused Horse
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    Rehabbing a Starved, Neglected, or Abused Horse

    10 months ago

    When it comes to horses and other equines, few people understand the true definitions of sensitive topics such as neglect, abuse, or cruelty. Much less often do individuals know how to identify the warning signs of mistreatment or which steps to take next.

  • Are Thoroughbred Racehorses Being
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    Are Thoroughbred Racehorses Being "(In)bred to Death?"

    10 months ago

    The Thoroughbred holds one of the oldest recorded pedigrees. There exists ongoing concern that the ever-narrowing gene pool of the Thoroughbred may be restricting genetic progress both athletically and reproductively, and contributing to an eventual increased frequency of heritable diseases.

  • Social Behaviors of Wild and Domestic Horses
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    Social Behaviors of Wild and Domestic Horses

    10 months ago

    Horses, like most species of ungulates, are social animals with complex social structures and hierarchies. This article will discuss the basics of equine social behaviors within the herd, and how factors such as age, gender, and the environment play a role.

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