Tagged: responsible antibiotic use

 

Antibiotic Overuse: Why You Should Care

December 18, 2020

One of my daughters recently became ill: body aches, sore throat, stuffy nose, fatigue. You know what both of us were thinking. Is this COVID-19? As a parent, it’s always concerning when one of our children gets sick, but especially now as COVID-19 cases surge. Thankfully, the test for COVID-19 was negative but she did…


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Lights. Camera. Pigs? Dr. Dorman Hits Hollywood

November 20, 2020

Through Operation Main Street, more than 1,300 enthusiastic farmers, veterinarians and other volunteers are dedicated to telling the pork industry’s story of innovation, sustainability and animal stewardship. Most recently, this connected me with the Hollywood Rotary Club, where there was plenty of questions and open discussion about pig farming.


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Are You Ready for the Truth About Antibiotic Use? The Evidence Is In.

February 15, 2020

Farmers, veterinarians and the animal health community have committed to responsible use of antibiotics to ensure animal health and well-being. Importantly, they’ve also made substantial progress over time. I share my thoughts on some bigger picture implications for animal health and welfare in my latest blog.


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