Equine practitioners are using recent research in their day-to-day practice to diagnose PPID, EMS, and ID.
Horses with ID are at greater risk of developing laminitis. Knowing if your horse has a metabolic problem can help you prevent this painful condition.
One equine nutritionist explains how to ensure your horse’s diet does not contain dangerous levels of sugar.
An equine nutritionist offers alternatives to soaking hay for horses that live in subfreezing climates during winter.
Learn why some horses are more likely to develop EMS and associated laminitis and how to tell if your horse is at risk.
Horses with insulin dysregulation can experience increased sugar absorption in the intestines, which could cause changes in blood glucose levels.
All horses and ponies have a different threshold for NSCs, but researchers are beginning to better understand how to feed horses with ID and EMS.
Researchers say these drugs hold great promise for managing horses with EMS when used appropriately.
How should a senior horse with equine Cushing’s disease and equine metabolic syndrome be vaccinated?
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