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Keeping pets sweet: Treating diabetes in dogs

Diabetes affects not only humans but also animals. As in humans treatment should be based on an understanding of natural fluctuations in blood glucose levels but these are hard to determine. Researchers at the University ...

Rehabilitating cats one pat at a time

Traumatised cats are getting another shot at rehabilitation thanks to a novel research method being explored at The University of Queensland.

Breakthrough treatment for hurting horses

A new osteoarthritis drug combination trialled by University of Sydney researchers could significantly extend the working life of racing and other performance horses and could potentially benefit humans.

NASA astronauts test new exercises on space walk

Two astronauts floated out of the International Space Station on Wednesday after trying out new exercises aimed at preventing decompression sickness while conserving oxygen, NASA said.

Astronauts to try spacewalk 'hokey pokey': NASA

US astronauts on Tuesday will try out a new set of exercises to prepare them for the change in pressure they encounter on their spacewalk outside the International Space Station, NASA said.

Bang goes that theory!

An academic from Canterbury Christ Church University has disproved the theory 'you need water to swim' on a prime time television show.

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