Researchers are working on a vaccine to alleviate allergic skin reactions that can be caused by insect bites.
Researchers studying ultrasounds of racehorses with superficial digital flexor tendon injuries are creating a scientific method to determine a horse’s chance of a full recovery.
In a recent study with Thoroughbred foals, researchers found that a lack of mineralization could cause future issues with hock joints.
Researchers discovered that providing horses with frequent meals—a task that can be aided by automatic feeders—can help reduce the occurrence of gastric ulcers.
Recent studies have shown that gold could safely be used as a viable alternative to existing treatments for horses.
Using the latest motion-analysis technology, researchers looked at how horses perform passage, and discovered how the movement can challenge their balance.
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A colt named VICSI, born in May 2017, made international headlines as the world’s first foal who was created from a frozen, immature oocyte (egg).
The University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center is the first veterinary hospital to own and use a Toshiba Aplio i800, a machine that utilizes innovative ultrasound technology to view images of soft tissues and enhance diagnostic capabilities.
Knowing the signs of a possible nervous-system issue can mean the difference between recovery and lingering disability (or worse) for your horse.
In a recent study, scientists measured signs of resistance in horses, including headshaking, yanking on the reins and tail-swishing, to determine the extent that stress has on their performance.
Researchers have found that winter foals (those born in February to early March) tend to be smaller at birth than those born during the natural foaling season (between April and September).
A recent study showed the importance of assessing your horse’s saddle fit when he’s moving, not just while he’s standing still.
Researchers have discovered that genetics play a key role in the risk factor for squamous cell carcinoma in several breeds, including Haflingers.
Studies have shown that therapy horses do not seem to have elevated stress levels during sessions with disabled riders or military veterans with PTSD.
Researchers are taking a deeper look into the autonomic nervous system in event horses.
Understanding what’s involved–from process to prognosis–could prove critical to your horse’s chance of survival.
Researchers have developed a portable, non-invasive diagnostic tool for horses.
New CT scanner for horses helps with diagnostics and also lowers mental and physical stress.
New light is being shed on this syndrome which often affects middle-aged obese horses and certain breeds.
Horse owners often pick up on a horse’s cranky mood from his body language, and the latest research is showing that horses can also tell when a human is angry based on facial expressions.
Studies have shown that too-tight nosebands on bridles can cause stress and other health problems for your horse.
Researchers are working on the development and testing of a unique robotic lift system that would take the place of a traditional sling for horses with severe limb injuries such as a broken leg.
Researchers are working on a contraceptive vaccine for wild horses, in hopes it will cut down on round-ups and perhaps even eliminate them completely.
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