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Gluck Foundation Releases Sixth Research Report

Tweet The report features research on genetics and genomics, immunology, infectious diseases, musculoskeletal science, parasitology, pharmacology, therapeutics and toxicology, and reproductive health. News

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Greyhound Racing – A Great Day Out For the Family

Tweet Greyhound Racing is a sport that involves racing dogs, much similar to horse racing. The object is to see which dog can complete the track the fastest. This sport is most prominent in the countries of the UK, US, Ireland, Australia, Spain, China and Mexico, though it has been restricted in many countries as well as many states in the US. The first known attempt at building a greyhound racing track and the beginning the sport was in 1876 in the UK. The sport, however, did not catch on until 1912 and didn’t make an appearance in the US and Western Hemisphere until the mid 1920s. Greyhound racing isn’t

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Helping Horses Through Rescue or Adoption

Tweet To celebrate Help a Horse Day, our readers submitted their photos and success stories of horses they have rescued or adopted. News

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