Health Conditions of Brunis edwardii

iStock_000016849937_LargeBrunis edwardii, as Rick reveals on PodMed this week, is more commonly known as the 'teddy bear,' and at least one of this species resides in the majority of households in the US.  Therefore, it is important to be familiar with conditions and diseases that may impact the bears, he opines, along with hearty wishes for a happy April Fool's Day!  Exact reference to this paper, published in 1972, found below.

On a somewhat more serious note, we also discuss whether an apple a day really keeps the doctor away, as published in JAMA Internal Medicine based on NHANES data.  And two more rigorous studies are also discussed: use of acetaminophen for low back pain, hip and knee osteoarthritis from the BMJ, and encouraging results from an Ebola vaccine candidate published in NEJM.  Until next week, y'all live well.

Some observations on the diseases of Brunus edwardii (Species nova)

DK Blackmore, DG Owen, CM Young

Veterinary Record 1972;90:14 382-385doi:10.1136/vr.90.14.3

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