San Angelo, TX – So how do they like this weather? It doesn’t matter if the weather in question is blazing hot or freezing cold, it’s a question every emu farmer gets asked at some point during the year. As snow blankets most of the nation, emu farmers are doing their best to make sure…

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Some Physicians Are Using Emu Oil To Assist In Diabetic Wound Care San Angelo, Texas – Diabetic wound care has been of great concern to physicians for many years and with good cause. Even simple wounds can take twice as long to heal and they always have the potential to deteriorate into something severe. Over…

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San Angelo, TX – You hold the whirring drill carefully and gently apply the bit. As it scratches away a paper-thin layer of dark green calcium, a lovely shade of teal comes into view. You follow the pattern lines you applied earlier and slowly the image becomes recognizable. You have just taken the first steps…

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Texas Mom Scratches Color off Eggs San Angelo, TX — With Easter just around the corner, households across the country are preparing to color eggs for their annual Easter Egg Hunt. In the Villoch household, mom handles things a little differently; she removes color from eggs in order to create works of art. Texas egg…

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Transdermal delivery eliminates the danger of liver or kidney damage (EMAILWIRE.COM, July 28, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX–There are a number of different types of non-healing wounds, including those from diabetic complications (neuropathic ulcers), trauma, burns, bed sores, pressure sores and amputations. Wounds of this type often have exposed muscle, bone and tendons resulting in…

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Practical use and scientific properties of emu oil to be discussed (EMAILWIRE.COM, July 03, 2008 ) Harrisburg, PA – As a part of their mandate to educate the public, the American Emu Association (AEA) is sponsoring an Emu Oil Seminar for Medical Professionals on Saturday, July 19th at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg East, Harrisburg, PA.…

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Dr. Thomas Tully outlines steps to prevent Eastern Equine Encephalitis in emus (EMAILWIRE.COM, May 04, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX – As emu hatching season comes to a close, mosquito season begins in earnest, bringing with it the threat of mosquito-borne disease. For the emu farmer, this includes the danger of their flock picking up…

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Use emu oil to relieve itching caused by poison ivy, oak or sumac (EMAILWIRE.COM, March 22, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX – It’s a pretty spring day and you can’t resist the urge to do a little spring-cleaning in the yard and flowerbeds. You pull out weeds, trim a few bushes, and maybe even burn…

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Emu eggs are a seasonal item, available from October through April, at select groceries and through your local emu farmer (EMAILWIRE.COM, February 29, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX – No we are not talking about one of the make believe foods in the famous Dr. Seuss breakfast of Green Eggs and Ham. These green eggs…

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