Freeze Stops European Atypical Myopathy Reports

The largest outbreak of equine atypical myopathy in Europe has ended with freezing winter temperatures, with a record number of 371 reported cases, according to a group of researchers in Belgium.

Atypical myopathy causes severe generalized weakness and stiffness, often ending in death. Urine becomes coffee-colored, and blood workups show significant increases i

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