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Online awards celebrate feline companionship during lockdown
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Chatter box The UK government has announced that it will be running two free webinars for horse owners and exporters, explaining what steps to take to export horses from 1 January 2021.

The first webinar will take place on Tuesday 20 October 2020, from 9.30am to 11am. It will cover Export Health Certificate (EHC) requirements from 1 January 2021. Click here to register.

The second webinar will take place on Wednesday 4 November 2020, from 10.30am to 12pm. This session will focus on the steps that businesses need to take to export equines from the UK to the EU. Click here to register.

For more information on exporting horses and ponies after 1 January 2021, please visit the gov.uk website. Chatter box

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RVC study offers hope for osteoporosis sufferers

Researchers present NaQuinate treatment found to prevent bone loss.
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BSAVA publishes Q&A about babesiosis
BSAVA publishes Q&A about babesiosis

Information follows the recent report of a case of babesiosis in a human.
First case of tick-borne babesiosis confirmed in England
First case of tick-borne babesiosis confirmed in England

PHE calls on people to take precautions to avoid being bitten by ticks.
Animal susceptibility to coronavirus study gets funding boost
Animal susceptibility to coronavirus study gets funding boost

Research could pave the way to a greater understanding of COVID-19.
 UC Davis names director of One Health Institute
UC Davis names director of One Health Institute

Dr Michael Ziccardi to lead the OHI into its next phase.
Pigs useful for testing influenza antibody treatment, study finds
Pigs useful for testing influenza antibody treatment, study finds

Researchers discover human antibody that can neutralise H1N1 swine flu strain.
SRUC vets to support COVID-19 testing
SRUC vets to support COVID-19 testing

Moredun-SRUC team is the first major veterinary unit to support NHS labs.
Manuscript calls for collaborative approach to drug development
Manuscript calls for collaborative approach to drug development

Manuscript to expand awareness of comparative oncology.
Novel equine ECG technique gives hope for better stroke prevention in humans
Novel equine ECG technique gives hope for better stroke prevention in humans

Method allows for rapid detection of atrial fibrillation.
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More cases of African swine fever confirmed in Germany

More cases of African swine fever (ASF) have been confirmed in wild boar in Germany.

According to Pig World, 20 outbreaks have been identified in two districts - Brandenburg, where the original case confirmed on September 10 was found, and near the town of Neuzelle, some 7.5 km away.

The finding represents a further seven cases confirmed by Germany's Friedrich-Loeffler Institute. A Central Crisis Team has been established to coordinate the response to the outbreak.

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