Meet the luckiest dog in the world, rescued while swimming 135 miles from shore
A dog found swimming more than 135 miles from shore by workers on an oil rig crew in the Gulf of Thailand has been returned safely to land. A worker on the rig (which belongs to Chevron [...]
It's hard to say which one's hairier: the man or the dog.
But we do know which one's got more germs in his fur.
That's thanks to a recent study by European researchers that only distantly had anything to do with beards and everything to do with dogs and magnetic resonance imaging [...]
Recently, several hospitals in the West have been unsure about whether AAHA Controlled Substance Logs were in recordkeeping compliance with both DEA and state regulations.
So AAHA put the question to the experts: Jack Teitelman, retired Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) supervisory agent and chief executive officer of DEA compliance experts Titan [...]
“No one should have to hate their job . . . [but] one thing I don't think technicians understand is that when they reach the end of their ropes, they don't have to leave the field.” - AMY JOHNSON, BS, LVT, RLATGOpportunities Are Knocking for Veterinary Technicians—But Are They Answering?