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Life with Horses: The New Guy

Not that I can really afford it, but I have a paint gelding that’s been here just a week on trial. :D I’m unsure of what to name him. 362 more words


Member of the Month: Tara Huston

For the month of May, we are pleased to recognize first year student pharmacist, Tara Huston, for all her hard work for our chapter! She is a dedicated, caring, and active member in many of our patient care projects and is always willing to help. 338 more words


Somewhere Down In Texas

“I’ll be somewhere down in Texas if you’re looking for me…” George Strait has always been at the top of my favorites list, and so many of his songs have resonated with me at different points in my life. 318 more words

Half Pads Demystified

When to use one and how to decide which of the 47 hundred available is right for your horse. 2,120 more words

Product Reviews

Reminiscing the Show Life

Hey y’all!  Spring has sprung at the Zou, and while the warm weather and blooming flowers have brought a rush of energy and life, the April showers have been coming in at full force.   747 more words


Sign the pledge to create the healthiest nation in one generation


The Healthiest Nation Pledge

  • By Susan L. Polan PhD
  • Public Affairs and Advocacy

Dear Dr. David E. Marcinko,

Study after study consistently confirms an unpleasant fact: Americans live shorter lives and suffer more health issues than people in other high-income countries. 355 more words

Health Economics

National Public Health Week Starts Today! #NPHW

National Public health Week begins today and ends April 12th, 2015! National Public Health Week‘s goal is to recognize the achievements and contributions made by public health. 205 more words