Cortisol Test Might Detect Horses at Higher Risk for Colic

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A group of Brazilian researchers recently proposed that a fairly simple method, known as cortisol circadian rhythm ratio, could be used to identify horses under chronic stress, which could indicate a higher likelihood of colic.

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