10/03/17: Hormone Could Be Making Your Dog Aggressive

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October 03, 2017

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Hormone Could Be Making Your Dog Aggressive

Thousands of people are hospitalized every year for dog bites, and aggressive behavior is a reason dogs end up in shelters. The UA's Evan MacLean studied the biology behind canine aggression, specifically the role of the hormones vasopressin and oxytocin. With UANews video.

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New Clues From Brain Structures of Mantis Shrimp

Research led by UA neuroscientists sheds light on the evolution of some of the earliest brain structures and stirs up questions about centers that support learning and memory.

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Bug Off! UA Scientists Study Mosquito Control

Residents of Maricopa County are helping UA researchers in a mosquito study designed to improve methods of controlling future dengue fever and Zika outbreaks.

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Virtual – Power Yoga Class

Expand your practice and open up in this dynamic and challenging flow class which is designed to push your flexibility and advance your training by moving more rapidly through traditional poses. Learn about the power of proper alignment, breathing and the benefits it can provide. This class can be done entirely without equipment. Register for this class at the link below. To request accommodations, please contact Leah Callovini (email below) at least 24 hours prior.

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