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FDA to investigate dog food that exposed pets to euthanasia drug

FDA to investigate dog food that exposed pets to euthanasia drug



2018-02-09T23:34:22+0000

After testing, one particular brand of dog food was found to have pentobarbital in it — the lethal drug used to euthanize an animal. The dog food, Gravy Train, is owned by Big Heart Pet Foods — a brand that produces more than a dozen pet foods and treats.

The FDA has launched an investigation into dog food that contained a euthanasia drug.



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News 5 Cleveland

Westlake High School students organize a walkout in support of the 17 students killed at a Florida high school and the moves by other students to pass stricter gun laws. ...

 

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Westlake High School students organize a walk out in support of the 17 students killed at a Florida high school. (Mona Kosar Abdi will appear in front of the camera for her live shot.)

Nice

Awesome

send her a postcard!

Good for these students!

Where is the video

Snowflakes!!!!

Why are they walking out of school

Liberal America rising up

Class of 2001! YOU GO GUYS!

Good for them!!!

Way to go students! Bless you all! ❤️❤️❤️

Proud of all of you!!

It's snowing "flakes" in Cleveland

Peaceful protests please. We support you

Anything to get out of class

Our leaders act like children yet our children act like leaders. Way to go students.

Proud of these youths!

ARE YOU LISTENING CONGRESSPEOPLE AND SENATORS!!!!!

Great job!

ALL SCHOOLS NEED PRAYER & METAL DETECTORS. NOT JUST INNER CITY SCHOOLS. ALL SCHOOLS

THATS RIGHT! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! After Colombian.. Westlake high had numerous bomb threats. This isn't a joke!! Stand up!

Eat your tide pods

Go ask your Bd. Of Ed. how to secure your school better.

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44 minutes ago

News 5 Cleveland

WOW! A dust storm that swept through Queensland, Australia has covered a town in orange and downed trees. ...

 

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Marieke Eerenberg. Are you ok? This is horrible!!

Kaz Hauser, you guys okay over there?

Cammi Shanes

Ben Sebastian

James Firth

1 hour ago

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Tonight! Cleveland's brainiest happy hour continues serving up science topics and local brews! At February's event, celebrate hero dogs, including Balto, the famous sled dog that led the final stretch of the Serum Run. We're also featuring Collision Bend Brewing Company! bit.ly/2EEpm2M ...

Tonight! Clevelands brainiest happy hour continues serving up science topics and local brews! At Februarys event, celebrate hero dogs, including Balto, the famous sled dog that led the final stretch of the Serum Run. Were also featuring Collision Bend Brewing Company! http://bit.ly/2EEpm2M

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News 5 Cleveland

LIVE: Students in South Florida stage a walkout to show solidarity with Parkland shooting victims and support for the "Never Again" movement to pass stringent gun control laws. ...

 

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LIVE: Students in Florida stage a walkout to show solidarity with Parkland shooting victims.

So now we shame victims for trying to make a change. What are you afraid of. Because you never had to stand for something important. You live in a fantasy word.Out of the mouths of babes,,,,,

Now their going to raise the age that you can buy a firearm, nice job your generation succeeded in showing your too irresponsible to have rights.

I'm sorry, I can understand the frustration, but for GOD's sake, WHO is running the school? The students or adults???

These children have a right to do something that they feel strongly about the government don't give a care your President is only tearing down America kudos to the children don't nothing fail but a try 😄😄😄

No one needs to have an automatic or semi automatic gun. The Military and Police are the only ones that should have them...

If the adults or government isn’t going to do anything, these kids are! They are standing together in peaceful demonstration, which is there “right” to do so! Proud of them!

Do you people realize that these students had classmates that died!!!. They should have a voice and be heard. They want to feel safe in schools. Wouldn't you negatives want the same.

While I think it is great that the kids understand their rights as Americans, I don’t think they realize where the problem lies. Rather than pointing fingers, we need to start conversation!

Robert, your country must be Russia, in my country, the good old USA we have a right to demonstrate peafully.....so many Russian trolls......sick!!!

When we went to school we weren’t being gunned down in our classrooms! Your negativity shows how ignorant you really are! Way to go kids! ❤️

Some of these comments are just awful! At least they are not looting and rioting. Kids today are scared to go to school. And why wouldn't they be?

So what their saying is you shouldnt violate rules and we need more laws yet they are breaking the law with this display!! Great logic

This is great. Now is the time to get the old fogeys out of Congress. Both Democrats and Republicans. They won’t change anything to upset their status “guoe”!

Oh, a walkout!!? Time has shown, kids will stand for anything that gets them out of class. ... even if its selling out ther own future rights to a corrupt leftist agenda.

These kids are the one's being shot and killed. I understand the fervor. Radical stance to save their own lives!

Nothing is going to help at this point this generation is messed up in many ways , don't remember it being this bad when I graduated high school !!!

About time someone does something to let Congress know we cannot put up with our children dying..❤️🇺🇸❤️

Let's take a moment to honor the sacrifice of our brave schoolchildren who lay down their lives to protect our right to bear arms.

Gun aren't the problem someone commented, you are right, gun nuts armend with assault rifles are!!!!!😡😡😡

The gun mentality has taken over the ability to think rationally in some disturbed people, according to some of the very disturbing comments ...

They want to be heard. So proud of them and so happy to see them taking some sort of collective action

someday these kids will government official an i am sure they would do a wonderful job look how powerful they are now and they stick together not like our government can t even solve a simple law

Make your point. Then earn our respect by going directly back to school and continuing your studies.

good for them be safe kids your doing something to share your feelings and to make a difference something i never did

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On this day in 1866, Lucy Hobbs Taylor became the first woman to graduate from dental school.

Taylor was a teacher in Michigan for 10 years before deciding to pursue medicine. Because she was a woman, she was denied entry to various medical schools and denied entry to the Ohio College of Dental Surgery. The dean of that college agreed to offer her private study in the field and she took in sewing to pay for her lessons. She eventually opened her own dental office in 1861, a common practice at the time as very few dentists had degrees.
In November 1865 after serving patients for four years, she was admitted to the senior class of the Ohio College of Dental Surgery and graduated a year later.

She is recognized as a pioneer in opening the doors for women in dentistry. Each year the American Association of Women Dentists recognizes outstanding women in the profession by presenting the Lucy Hobbs Taylor Award.
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On this day in 1866, Lucy Hobbs Taylor became the first woman to graduate from dental school.

Taylor was a teacher in Michigan for 10 years before deciding to pursue medicine. Because she was a woman, she was denied entry to various medical schools and denied entry to the Ohio College of Dental Surgery. The dean of that college agreed to offer her private study in the field and she took in sewing to pay for her lessons. She eventually opened her own dental office in 1861, a common practice at the time as very few dentists had degrees.
In November 1865 after serving patients for four years, she was admitted to the senior class of the Ohio College of Dental Surgery and graduated a year later.

She is recognized as a pioneer in opening the doors for women in dentistry. Each year the American Association of Women Dentists  recognizes outstanding women in the profession by presenting the Lucy Hobbs Taylor Award.

20 hours ago

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

It's the final day to get the early registration rate for the 2018 Ohio Natural History Conference! This year's conference focuses on the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau of Northeast Ohio and features speakers from Biodiversity Heritage Library, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Metroparks, Geauga Park District, Baldwin Wallace University, and Michigan State University. Learn more at cmnh.org/ohio-natural-history-conference

OBS's Ohio Natural History Conference (2018)February 24, 2018, 9:00amCleveland Museum of Natural HistoryMARK YOUR CALENDARS:
The Ohio Biological Survey’s annual “Ohio Natural History Conference” is happening on the last Saturday of this month (February 24th) at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. It’s the first in a series of annual OBS conferences to be held around the state in order to focus on and highlight the five unique physiographic regions within Ohio. The conferences will provide opportunities for learning about areas you may be unfamiliar with; if you’re already familiar with the natural environment around Cleveland, this conference offers fresh perspectives on this region which is rich with biodiversity.
This year’s conference focuses on the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau of Northeast Ohio. It includes field trips, presentations, posters, lunch, and camaraderie, and it takes place in a prestigious museum dedicated to natural history.
This year’s Keynote Address is titled “Expanding Access for the Local and Global: Increasing Access & Empowering Global Biodiversity Research through the Biodiversity Heritage Library.” The speaker is Martin Kalfatovic, who works for The Smithsonian Institute as the Assistant Director, Digital Services Division and Program Director, Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Please join us.
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OBSs Ohio Natural History Conference (2018)

 

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Hello ONHC Participant, We are offering 3 special optional field trips on Friday, February 23rd before the Ohio Natural History Conference. These field trips are being offered by some of our local institutional members to showcase the region and wildlife therein. Space is limited and all field trips require registration by Thursday February 22nd! 1. BIRDING _ Leader: Jen Brumfield: Join Cleveland Metroparks Naturalist Jen Brumfield for a lakefront sweep seeking Snowy and Northern Saw-whet Owls, gulls and waterfowl on the Cleveland Shores. Register: email: [email protected] Where: meet at the Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve: Address: 8701 Lake Shore Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44108 Will also caravan over the east 55th marina. Ability: Easy (bring binoculars) Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm Free 2. UNIQUE FEATURES AND HABITATS 1_ Leader: John Reinier: Join Cleveland Metroparks Wetland Ecologist on a trip that will focus on local geology and associated ecology. You will observe bedrock exposures (ex. sandstone ledges of Sharon Conglomerate) and discuss the associated special plant communities. Register: email: [email protected] Where: meet at Lower Whipps Picnic Area in Hinckley Reservation. www.clevelandmetroparks.com/parks/visit/parks/hinckley-reservation/whipp-s-ledges-picnic-area Will then caravan to Bedford Reservation Ability: Strenuous Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm Free 3. UNIQUE FEATURES AND HABITATS 2_ Leader: Join Holden Forest and Garden staff for this special guided hike to Stebbins Gulch – steep ravine with hemlock hardwood forests, waterfalls and gulch ice formations. www.holdenarb.org/visit/stebbins-gulch-photo-tour/ Register: www.holdenarb.org/event/stebbins-gulch-a-hike-through-geologic-history/ Where: meet at Warren H. Corning Visitor Center Ability: Strenuous Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm Cost (see registration link for details) Must dress appropriately: warm clothing, sturdy hiking boots

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History

"I am a woman in science..." bit.ly/2EQwzNj

Celebrating Women in Science is a season of showcasing the incredible women who blaze new trails of discovery every day. Visit: bit.ly/2Cjfieh
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I am a woman in science... http://bit.ly/2EQwzNj

Celebrating Women in Science is a season of showcasing the incredible women who blaze new trails of discovery every day. Visit: http://bit.ly/2Cjfieh

On this day in 1962, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth. Glenn entered orbit in the Friendship 7 capsule at 17,544 miles per hour. He circled the earth three times on a mission that lasted about five hours. While in orbit, Glenn radioed back to mission control, “Zero G and I feel fine.” But his flight hit a snag when the ship’s automatic control system failed and a sensor indicated a loose heat shield. The nation held its breath as Glenn expertly maneuvered the Friendship 7 back to earth and splashed down into the Atlantic Ocean, about 800 miles southeast of Bermuda.
After his return, Glenn was hailed as a hero and given a ticker tape parade in New York City.
You can learn more about the life of this American hero at the John and Annie Glenn Museum, our historic site in New Concord, Ohio.
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On this day in 1962, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth. Glenn entered orbit in the Friendship 7 capsule at 17,544 miles per hour. He circled the earth three times on a mission that lasted about five hours. While in orbit, Glenn radioed back to mission control, “Zero G and I feel fine.” But his flight hit a snag when the ship’s automatic control system failed and a sensor indicated a loose heat shield. The nation held its breath as Glenn expertly maneuvered the Friendship 7 back to earth and splashed down into the Atlantic Ocean, about 800 miles southeast of Bermuda.
After his return, Glenn was hailed as a hero and given a ticker tape parade in New York City. 
You can learn more about the life of this American hero at the John and Annie Glenn Museum, our historic site in New Concord, Ohio.
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Isn’t is black history Month? Why aren’t you highlighting the amazing black women who made his flight possible?

I graduated and grew up in his home town. And watched them move his childhood home from where he grew up to its new location and make it a museum. When I was in 4 th grade I watched him go back into space and become the oldest man in space met him several times, very nice and smart man very proud of the history great place to live.

Well remember the day. I sat with a World Globe and followed as The TV was reporting it.

I remember this. It was my brother's birthday and we stayed home from school to watch it on TV. It turns out my Dad had some tiny part in the building of the capsule and couldn't tell anyone till it was over😳.

Watched it live from the Marine’s CO office, NAS Memphis

Remember this day well. Our sccoll did t own a tv. Hell we couldnt get a radio signal so the entire school (probably 900 to 1000 pupils in all 12 grades) walked about 2 miles to get high enough with about 15 transistor radios to listen. I also remember where i was at when JFK and Oswald were killed. Telling my age

I was fortunate to watch the launch... then, as radio reporter in Springfield, I interviewed him five times as he came through town campaigning for senate. Then the competing radio station reporter (who was my roommate)and I were sent to DC to cover the energy crisis. We went to his senate office and first thing out of his mouth was “I can’t believe you competing station reporters live together!” I then got to eat lunch with him years later at a Columbus event. A charmer! Love, Ann

This was Such a Big Deal back then!!!We got to watch it on tv in grade school!I was 8.

I remember this!!!

John Glenn. One of the last American heroes.

We were watching history, and we knew it...such bravery! 🚀

I remember watching with my dad.

Someone should make that into a poster!

Anna M. Pittman Lamontagne

What a very nice man

True hero

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Pictured here is American folk artist Elijah Pierce. Pierce was best known for his colorful panels and hand-carved figures illustrating biblical stories, African American history, politics, sports and pop culture.

The son of a former slave, Pierce was born in Mississippi in 1892 and like many other African Americans, migrated North to escape discrimination in the Jim Crow-era South. He settled in Columbus, Ohio in 1923, where he opened a barbershop on East Long Street. In between customers, Pierce would sit in his barber chair and carve, producing hundreds of pieces that he frequently gave away to friends or hung in his art gallery in an adjacent room. It wasn’t until 1971 when his talent was recognized nationally. Friends persuaded Pierce to exhibit his work at a senior citizens' art show. Soon after this show, Pierce’s work was displayed in art galleries in Philadelphia and New York, and in the Smithsonian Institution's Renwick Gallery, among others. His Columbus, Ohio shop is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. #BlackHistoryMonth
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Pictured here is American folk artist Elijah Pierce. Pierce was best known for his colorful panels and hand-carved figures illustrating biblical stories, African American history, politics, sports and pop culture.

The son of a former slave, Pierce was born in Mississippi in 1892 and like many other African Americans, migrated North to escape discrimination in the Jim Crow-era South. He settled in Columbus, Ohio in 1923, where he opened a barbershop on East Long Street. In between customers, Pierce would sit in his barber chair and carve, producing hundreds of pieces that he frequently gave away to friends or hung in his art gallery in an adjacent room. It wasn’t until 1971 when his talent was recognized nationally. Friends persuaded Pierce to exhibit his work at a senior citizens art show. Soon after this show, Pierce’s work was displayed in art galleries in Philadelphia and New York, and in the Smithsonian Institutions Renwick Gallery, among others. His Columbus, Ohio shop is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  #BlackHistoryMonth
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Yes on display in canton ohio right now! Amazing

He was a friend of my sister, an artist. I still remember his little studio on Long St.

Neat story ! Sounds like a very talented man !

Yes, I have seen his wonderful work. Columbus has a heart for him.

Class...... this is class at it’s best.

Will have to add this to our must see list!

Wow this is so cool, that's quite an accomplishment. I'm so glad to see his building has been preserved in a world that would prefer to just throw everything away.

My friend in grade school used to get his hair cut by him.

There is a large number of his pieces in the Columbus Museum of Art

Interesting

Susan Rado Daniels Some Columbus art history

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History

What are you most excited to see in the new Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs exhibit? Rare fossils, life-size models or activities that bring pterosaurs to life? Plan your trip today. bit.ly/2nubf6D ...

What are you most excited to see in the new Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs exhibit? Rare fossils, life-size models or activities that bring pterosaurs to life? Plan your trip today. http://bit.ly/2nubf6D

It's #PresidentsDay! With eight calling Ohio home, our state earned the nickname the "Mother of Presidents."
One of those Ohio natives is William Howard Taft, the only man to serve as both President of the United States and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Learn more about our state's presidential history at the Ohio History Center! bit.ly/2HkibLI
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Its #PresidentsDay! With eight calling Ohio home, our state earned the nickname the Mother of Presidents.
One of those Ohio natives is William Howard Taft, the only man to serve as both President of the United States and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Learn more about our states presidential history at the Ohio History Center! http://bit.ly/2HkibLI

 

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His Cincinnati home is open and has free admission on Presidents Day, 2018. FYI

Interesting

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History

New exhibits, planetarium programs, and more! What will you see and do on your next visit to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History? bit.ly/2noqr4U ...

New exhibits, planetarium programs, and more! What will you see and do on your next visit to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History? http://bit.ly/2noqr4U
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