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North Carolina law will require veterinarians to report gabapentin use

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As part of Governor Roy Cooper’s North Carolina Opioid Action Plan, a new law will require the state’s veterinarians to report the use of gabapentin even though it is not a controlled substance. HB 190 goes into effect March 1, 2024, for pharmacies and March 1, 2025, for veterinarians.

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Artificial intelligence in veterinary medicine: What are the ethical and legal implications?

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by Dr. Dr. Eli Cohen, a clinical professor of diagnostic imaging at the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine. AVMA Axon recently debuted the webinar "Do No Harm: Ethical and Legal Implications of A.I."

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What is the State Bird of North Carolina?

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Perhaps it was their flashy color or the males’ tall crest that attracted the legislature to the bird, because in 1943 the Northern Cardinal became the official state bird of North Carolina. To say Northern Cardinals are common is an understatement. A male Northern Cardinal.

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NC State, Purdue professors to join National Academy of Inventors

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Kenneth Adler, PhD, professor of cell biology at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences, and Masanobu Yamamoto, adjunct professor in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, will be inducted as fellows of the National Academy of (..)

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Birding and Butterflying North Carolina Gamelands

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Still, we are in the midst of spring migration here in North Carolina, and I wasn’t going to let a little cold stop me from seeing some birds. Exploring North Carolina gamelands. Trips butterflies migration North Carolina prairie warbler' My fiance and I arrived at the R.

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Birding from New York to North Carolina

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This year, traveling in April instead of February, we decided to do a road trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We broke the drive down into two segments: from New York to Delaware on 31 March and from Delaware to North Carolina on 1 April. Because we all enjoyed our trip so much we might do it again next year!

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Hungry Osprey in North Carolina

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While on our beach vacation in the Outer Banks of North Carolina in early April I took full advantage of our location just off the beach. In the afternoon the sun was at my back and the birds on the beach and over the water were perfectly illuminated for some nice digiscoping opportunities.