October is a month in which breast cancer awareness is stressed for humans. I'm all for that. Most of my favorite people are humans.
Halloween is my favorite holiday.
Roses are a popular motif in gothic literature, including monster stories. In many iterations of these legends, roses are used to ward off creatures of the night, mainly werewolves and vampires.
Last week, I explained how silver and some other metals can decrease bacterial growth.
Halloween is coming. And in the spirit of the season, consider some advice related to monster themes.
Albert Einstein is one of my inspirations, and not just because my hair looks a lot like his when I first get up in the morning.
I like animals and I like people. But to be honest, I probably like animals more than I like most people.
Who is the worst superhero? That's a widely debated topic among fans of the fantastic.
I've never caught a foul ball. It haunts me. I've been to baseball games all over the country for as far back as I remember, and nope, not even one.
Sometimes I have favorite things, for good reasons, like my kids.
Did you know, if you take out all your veins and arteries and laid them end to end that you would die?
You can disregard this week's column if you're an action hero, or have single-handedly dispatched an entire group of terrorists or mercenaries, never getting a scratch along the way.
In my last column, I let you know I was in the marching band in high school.
I was in a band in high school, had long hair down to the middle of my back and played solos in front of thousands of people. I also spent many a Friday night immersed in the joy of music.
Since wiffle ball isn't a very heroic sport, I will skip my personal history of injuries related to it. Instead I will tell you about my last basketball game in vet school.
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Veterinary medicine is full of gallows humor. If you cannot use self-deprecation and sarcasm to deal with some situations, the job can kill your inner ...
Last week, I discussed mammary cancer in pets, and the extremely easy way (early spaying) to avoid it.
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