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The Health
And Well Being
Of Animals
And People


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And Well Being
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News

Feeding your canine athlete

Dr. Joseph Wakshlag shares tips and insights in a New York Times piece about sports nutrition for dogs. <more>


The stork is headed to the New York State Fair. Watch the action on our live web cam.

Experience the miracle of life unfold in the Fair's newest free exhibit: the Dairy Cow Birthing Center, where dairy calves will be born daily. <more>


Dr. Joseph Kinnarney chosen as AVMA president-elect

Dr. Joseph Kinnarney '80 has been chosen as the new president-elect of the American Veterinary Medical Association. <more>


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VP Susan Murphy welcomes students to campus

Aug 21, 2014 - 12 AM

Susan Murphy extended her best wishes to new and returning students and encourages students to connect, get involved, respect one another and reach out. <more>


Things to Do, Aug. 22-29

Aug 21, 2014 - 12 AM

Events on campus include an Orientation Concert with choral groups, free films for new students, a language and international studies showcase and contemporary Taiwanese art at the Johnson Museum. <more>


For a healthier you, let your smartphone call it in

Aug 21, 2014 - 12 AM

The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year, $3 million grant to a multidisciplinary group of Cornell researchers who are developing a device to help you track your health right in the palm of your hand. <more>