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Monsanto Linked to Bee Plight
Animals  (tags: bees, honeybees, colony collapse disorder, monsanto, herbicide, pesticide, insecticide, GMO, corn, food safety, food labeling, pollination, crops, farms, poisoned food, toxic food, roundup, plants, insects, diabetes, saccharine, ag gag, cotton )

- 2575 days ago -
Research has shown that bee Colony Collapse Disorder is associated with Monsanto's neonicotinoid insecticides, as well as, exposure to the firm's genetically modified corn crops.
Diabetic? Get Help From a Dog
Animals  (tags: animals, service dogs, diabetes, AnimalWelfare, environment, protection, pets )

- 3612 days ago -
If you have diabetes, you know it's life changing. Your glucose level can affect your overall mood, body temperature and ability to stay alert and conscious. As a result, it's really important to have a lot of support in your life. One way to get it is
Fat Cats Facing Diabetes Epidemic as Feline Obesity Takes Its Toll
Animals  (tags: animals, cats, pets, disease, diabetes, fat, cats )

- 4117 days ago -
Britain's vast population of lethargic and over-fed cats is facing a diabetes epidemic as soaring rates of feline obesity take their toll on the animals' health, veterinarians warned yesterday.
Dogs Could Be a Diabetic's Best Friend
Animals  (tags: dogs, diabetes, health, study, Good News )

- 4160 days ago -
Study aims to prove anecdotes that canines can smell dangerous drops in blood sugar levels. Canines have already shown themselves capable of leading the blind, alerting the deaf, and helping the physically disabled with daily tasks.
Diabetes Becoming Big Problem in Cats - USA
Animals  (tags: cats, diabetes, insulin, protein )

- 4232 days ago -
We're all aware of the alarm sounding and hand-wringing over the ever-increasing numbers of children and adults diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. But we are not alone. The epidemic of diabetes is increasingly afflicting the kitties curled up on our
Cat Lovers: Your Pudgy Pets At-Risk for Diabetes
Animals  (tags: pets, cats, pudgy, diabetes )

- 4340 days ago -
Fat cats are just not purr-fect and their owners are being told to stop spoiling their pets. A study by the University of Edinburgh claims overweight cats are about three times more likely to suffer from obesity-related diabetes. Cat lovers are bein
Why Are Tens-of-Millions of Cats and Dogs Contracting Human Type Diseases?
Animals  (tags: animalwelfare, animals, cats, dogs, diseases, epidemic, Feline Leukemia, Dog Cancer, Allergies, Arthritis, diabetes )

- 4510 days ago -
Gastrointestinal and immune diseases are epidemic. There are over 150 million domestic cats and dogs in the United States alone! If only 10% of them are unhealthy that represents some 15 million cats and dogs.

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