Pets estimated to save UK National Health Service up to £2.45 billion a year
New report quantifies economic benefits of UK pets
Australian study finds one third of Pony Club ponies obese
Better education of owners needed to avoid laminitis, say researchers
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Body fat going up, muscle mass going down
WINSS Roundup Day 3
Fat cats, growing children and unusual ingestion
WINSS Roundup Day 2
Raw meat, overfed people and experimental excellence
WINSS Roundup Day 1(Chicago, 19 October)
Benefits Of Pets For Older People Takes Centre Stage In New Orleans
WALTHAM and Mars Petcare present new research results at major ageing conference
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Voluntary activity: the missing link in accurate calculation of equine energy requirements?
More and more horses are becoming obese and, as with humans, overweight horses are prone to a number of debilitating conditions. So it’s important that they get the right balance of energy (calorie) intake and exercise to maintain a healthy body condition.
WALTHAM and Mars Petcare fund study examining the impact of pet ownership on healthy human aging
Scientists at the University of Maryland and the National Institute on Aging have been awarded funding to study the impact of pet ownership on healthy human aging.
WALTHAM International Nutritonal Sciences Symposium
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