Even with advances in veterinary medicine, many diseases threaten equine health. We tell you how to protect your horse from viral diseases such as equine influenza, equine herpesvirus and rabies; bacterial diseases such as strangles and botulism; parasitic infections such as equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM); and other disorders including pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID).

Beware arena dust
A study from Germany underscores the potential dangers that bacteria-laden arena dust pose to horses...
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Equine coronavirus risk factors identified
A large outbreak of equine coronavirus (ECoV) on a North Carolina horse farm provided valuable information...
New option for equine eye treatment
Researchers in Colorado are investigating whether acetaminophen—a unique anti-inflammatory medication—can...
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Are blue eyes more vulnerable?
Why horses with lighter eyes may be more likely to develop cataracts or other ocular problems. Question: Are...

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