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  • More activity during the day might quiet squabbling cats

    LAS VEGAS, NV -- These reader questions were answered by experts attending the Western Veterinary Conference here Feb. 16-20. Q: One of our cats suffered with separation anxiety, leaving puddles on our shoes whenever we left the house. This problem was...
  • Smoked pot safe? Supporters blowing smoke: Front Burner

    If trial lawyers and out-of-state billionaires have their way, Florida will join states like California and Colorado by creating a massive industry selling things like marijuana cookies, lollipops and candies — all in the name of "medicine." In...
  • Liberty demands access to reefer Rx: Front Burner

    A proposed constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana will appear along with the governor's race on the November ballot in the state of Florida. Regardless of their candidate preferences, Florida voters will be able to decide whether medical...
  • Generic drug industry needs to stand up for patient safety

    The Generic Pharmaceutical Assn. says a proposed federal regulation that would allow makers of generic drugs to inform people about all known health risks would create "dangerous confusion" and have "harmful consequences for patients." And why would...
  • The difference between exercise-induced asthma and chronic asthma is subtle

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I've had asthma all my life but it's always been very mild. I recently started exercising again and am out of breath soon after I begin my workout until about an hour after I'm done. Is there a chance that it is exercise-induced asthma?...
  • Sneeze Shutdown

    Sneeze Shutdown
    After a long and especially cold winter, many people are looking forward to getting out and enjoying spring this year. However, if you suffer from allergies, spring may not be as pleasant. Each year, 35 million Americans deal with spring allergies,...
  • Kerry Kennedy not guilty in misdemeanor drugged driving case

    It took a suburban New York jury less than two hours Friday to acquit human rights activist Kerry Kennedy of a misdemeanor charge of drugged driving after she accidentally took a sleeping pill instead of her thyroid medicine. Kennedy, the former wife of...
  • Jury awards woman $5.42 million in West Hollywood club sex assault

    A Santa Monica jury has awarded a female news producer $5.42 million after finding a West Hollywood nightclub was negligent when an employee allegedly sexually assaulted her in one of its restrooms. The 43-year-old woman sued the Here Lounge and club...
  • CVS Refuses To Sell Insulin For Cat Without Prescription

    CVS Refuses To Sell Insulin For Cat Without Prescription
    Last Christmas Eve, Dan Quartin of Newington brought his 11-year-old cat to the veterinarian. "They determined that the cat, Rusty, had diabetes," Quartin said. "The doctor printed out on a computer what I needed to get at a pharmacy — the insulin...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman's death ruled accidental

    Philip Seymour Hoffman's death ruled accidental
    Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won the hearts of fans and fellow actors during decades of an award-winning career, accidentally died of a deadly mix of drugs, New York medical officials announced Friday. The office of New York's chief medical examiner said...
  • Mental Illness Stigma Closes Doors For Families

    Mental Illness Stigma Closes Doors For Families
    When your child is diagnosed with mental illness, not only do you grieve for the life that you expected for him or her, but also for the life that you planned for yourself. All your relationships suddenly change. You find yourself in a lonely minority....