There’s an “anti” for almost everything. Here’s a rundown on our arsenal of equine disease-fighting drugs and their proper uses.
Humans have been waging war against the soldiers of disease for hundreds of years, long before fabled scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek first discovered these tiny organisms under a microscope. In fact, in March 2015 a team of biologists and medieval scholars at the University of Nottingham uncovered a 10th century recipe for antibac
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