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  • Most owners do love their pets -- and the pets love them back

    Once again, here are some of your comments on recent columns, even comments relating to issues I've discussed on my national radio Steve Dale's Pet World. Thanks for listening, and for writing. I enjoy hearing from you! COMMENT: In love with a cat? In...
  • National veterinary conference singles out 'America's Favorite Vet'

    One highlight of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) 150th Convention, held July 19-23 in Chicago, was the anniversary date itself. The Convention attracted more than 9,100 veterinary professionals. In celebration of 150 years, the non-...
  • Preventive care starts with regular veterinary visits

    Our pets deserve better. Overwhelmingly, Americans want to do the right thing for their pets -- or at least that's what they say. Yet, despite our love and concern for our pets, veterinary visits are on the decline, especially when it comes to...
  • Beverly Mae England, Weston

    Beverly Mae England, Weston
    When were you first diagnosed with heart disease? I was diagnosed with a heart murmur years ago and didn’t have any issues with it until last year during a routine physical when my doctor discovered a problem with my aortic valve. What form of...
  • Cop peeked at Whitney Houston's naked body, claim alleges

    Cop peeked at Whitney Houston's naked body, claim alleges
    A Beverly Hills police sergeant responding to the scene of Whitney Houston’s death made “inappropriate comments” about the singer's appearance after lifting a sheet covering her naked body, according to a claim filed by a former...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    National recovery month The Department of Health is joining with community groups and providers in a program to support a healthy lifestyle for people in long-term recovery from mental and substance use disorders. The department's recovery support...
  • Apodaca: Alzheimer's research: a race against time

    More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease, including 75,000 in Orange County. By mid-century, those numbers could nearly triple, according to current projections. That's a frightening prospect. Most of us know someone who has suffered...
  • Bipartisanship begins with seeing the other side's humanity

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- One convention down, one to go. To borrow from a more successful Clint Eastwood appearance: It's halftime in America. It was certainly an amazing week in Tampa, and I'm not talking about empty chairs -- or empty suits or empty speeches....
  • Secretary Clinton can help us all become 'untired'

    We don't yet know what big challenge Hillary Clinton will take on next, but that she will bring her considerable talents to something big and worthwhile is not in question. Whether or not that challenge is trying to become the first woman president, she'...
  • Having a family can be good for your career

    If you haven't read Anne-Marie Slaughter's cover story in the July/August issue of The Atlantic, titled "Why Women Still Can't Have It All," you've probably seen part of the discussion it sparked. With her argument that "among those who have made it to...
  • Abortion rights not synonymous with women's health

    When your grandmother gets some bad news, do you tell her: "Well, at least you have your abortion rights"? Why not? Maybe it's because whatever you think of abortion, the right to have one is not synonymous with a woman's health. But don't tell that...