Quinolone: US FDA Boxed Warnings and Adverse Effects

Repost There are four generations of quinolones for humans. And the fifth generation is in development. They are listed in the articles below. These quinolones are made specifically for veterinary use only. danofloxacin (e.g. Advocin, Advocid) (for veterinary use) difloxacin (e.g. Dicural, Vetequinon) (for veterinary use) enrofloxacin (e.g. Baytril) (for veterinary use) ibafloxacin (e.g. Ibaflin)…

“Gallero” (“Cockfighter”) 1st place at NYU mock film festival

Repost “Gallero” explores the cultural and social importance of cockfighting in Cuba. – Gameness til the End Mock NYU film fest shows New Visions, New Voices Dejarelle Gaines, Staff Writer Washington Square News, NYU’s Independent Student Newspaper November 16, 2015 The NYU New Visions and Voices Festival celebrates Tisch talent at its Finalists Screening &…

Bora Bora (France): Armistice Day is Biggest Cockfighting Day

Repost From Wikipedia… “Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. The island, located about 230 kilometres (143 miles) northwest of Papeete, is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the centre of the island are…

The way of the rooster: Neighborhood passion

Repost – Gameness til the End Cockfights in the edgelands: the man who walked Mexico City’s perimeter Feike de Jong in Mexico City Wednesday 11 November 2015 10.00 GMT Last modified on Wednesday 11 November 2015 16.19 GMT To get a sense of the true size of the megacity, Feike de Jong decided to walk…

Humanity’s most important animal partner the chicken powers civilization

Repost “How Cockfighting Changed History: Why Did the Chicken Cross the World? suggests that the vicious sport ‘may be responsible for creating the bird that today is the world’s single most important source of protein.’” (Andrew Sullivan The Dish) – Gameness til the End Why Did the Chicken Cross the World? The Epic Saga of…