The human-canine environment: a risk factor for non-play bites?
Contributor(s):: Messam, L. L. M., Kass, P. H., Chomel, B. B., Hart, L. A.
Few dog bite risk factor studies have been conducted. This veterinary clinic-based retrospective cohort study was aimed at identifying human-canine environmental risk factors for non-play bites in Kingston, Jamaica (660) and San Francisco (SF), USA (452). Data were analysed using modified Poisson...
Constrained choice and ethical dilemmas in land management: environmental quality and food safety in California agriculture
Contributor(s):: Stuart, D.
As environmental and conservation efforts increasingly turn towards agricultural landscapes, it is important to understand how land management decisions are made by agricultural producers. While previous studies have explored producer decision-making, many fail to recognize the importance of...
From the editor. Bringing up bernie
Contributor(s):: Heightman, A. J.
Long-Term Antepartum Hospitalization: Am I in the Hospital or at the Ritz?
Contributor(s):: Harmon, Karen M.
Dog Ownership Enhances Symptomatic Responses to Air Pollution in Children with Asthma
Contributor(s):: McConnell, Rob, Berhane, Kiros, Molitor, Jassy, Gilliland, Frank, Kuenzli, Nino, Thorne, Peter, Thomas, Duncan, Gauderman, WJames, Avol, Edward, Lurmann, Fred, Rappaport, Edward, Jerrett, Michael, Peters, John
Pet ownership and blood pressure in old age
Contributor(s):: Wright, J. D., Kritz-Silverstein, D., Morton, D. J., Wingard, D. L., Barrett-Connor, E.
Factors influencing hair loss among female captive rhesus macaques ( Macaca mulatta )
Contributor(s):: Beisner, B. A., Isbell, L. A.
Although rare among wild animals, hair loss is common among captive animals, which suggests that some aspect of the captive environment contributes to abnormal hair loss. Female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) at the California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) housed in outdoor...
'Is Karl in?': paws that heal
Contributor(s):: Whittington, A. E.
Animal-assisted therapy for inpatients: tapping the unique healing power of the human-animal bond
Contributor(s):: Horowitz, S.
Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries in Horseback Riding: A 35-Year Review
Contributor(s):: Lin, Cindy Y., Wright, Jerry, Bushnik, Tamara, Shem, Kazuko
In case you haven't heard
Pet therapy: canine breast cancer survivor lifts spirits
Walking with horsepower: MS diagnosis fuels her passion for horseback riding
Contributor(s):: Martin, M. S.
Good dog. Sit. Listen
Contributor(s):: Hartman, A.
Traveling with horses
Contributor(s):: Lemke, M.
New Program to Curb Panhandling through Pet Ownership
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The city of San Francisco is implementing a program to prevent panhandling by offering panhandlers money in exchange for grooming shelter dogs until they are fit for adoption. The Wonderful...
A model animal therapy program for mental health settings
Contributor(s):: McCandless, P., McCready, K. F., Knight, L.
Animal companion programs offer benefits to residents
Contributor(s):: Olsen, J. M., Olsen, D.
Companion cats and the social support systems of men with AIDS
Contributor(s):: Castelli, P., Hart, L. A., Zasloff, R. L.
Adaptability, a key ingredient in life
Contributor(s):: York, B.