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COVID-19 Pandemic Underscores Health Disparities in Hispanic Communities in the US

03/08/2020 06:00am | 2240 views

By Amelie G. Ramirez, DrPH

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted the Hispanic population in the United States heavily due to the many health inequities that this community faces. In order to provide greater support to minorities, these disparities in the healthcare system must be addressed.

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No Matter Where You Came From or When You Start – There are Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine

14/11/2018 12:00am | 3615 views

Many veterinarians will tell you they’ve known since childhood that they wanted to work with animals. 

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Helping Animals Brings Personal and Professional Rewards

14/11/2018 12:00am | 3742 views

As she embarked on her quest to become a veterinarian, it seemed to Jovanna Radillo that she was behind from the start. She had to work her way through college, so she got a late start accruing the 3,500 hours of experience with animals needed in order to apply for veterinary school. 

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Pet Health Depends on People: That’s Why Dr. Ari Zabell Helps Veterinarians Connect with Pet Owners

14/11/2018 12:00am | 4028 views

Dr. Zabell’s favorite things in the world as a kid were his pets. He loved going to the zoo and into the woods to look for animals. Today, he’s a veterinarian who also specializes in supporting clients and coaching veterinarians through communicating with pet owners. His work extends beyond veterinary professionals and clients, as he also spends time at elementary schools talking with kids about responsible pet ownership and his work with pets. 

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When You Love What You Do, Your Work Becomes a Mission

14/11/2018 01:00am | 3928 views

Andrea Sanchez was eight years old when she got her first cat, Tabitha.

After just a few months, she already loved Tabitha so much she decided she wanted to be able to give back to pets for the rest of her life. 

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