5 Ways To Eat More Fruits And Vegetables

Published February 2, 2015

Fresh produce should be a must at each meal, however many people simply forget about this rule just because they don’t like eating them too much or feel too lazy to incorporate them into their diet. These are some ideas that can help you to eat more fruits and veggies and store them in a right way as well. 1. If you don’t like eating veggies,you can drink them instead. You don’t need to be reminded that green smoothies are great sources of vitamins and minerals. Drinking smoothies is also a great way to stay hydrated, especially during summertime. You […]

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Distemper: It’s a Cat Thing

Published January 26, 2015

Dogs are not the only ones who have the risk of acquiring distemper. Cats are equal candidates as well. Feline distemper, also known as the Feline Panleukopenia Virus, is a highly contagious disease that spreads through direct or indirect contact of the virus. Almost 90 percent of cats that get affected by the disease end up with fatal consequences. Symptoms to Look Out For If the disease is caught early, the chances of survival are high and the disease could be eradicated completely with proper treatment. The symptoms of feline distemper usually arrive 10 days after exposure. The first symptoms […]

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A Shaken Dog!

Published January 26, 2015

If you’re reading this, you must be in a state of blown up panic with not the slightest idea of why your beloved pooch is quivering like a maniac. The truth is that it’s difficult to diagnose the reason behind your dog shaking without the help of a trained professional. Dogs may shake for a number of reasons. But how do you know if it’s serious? A few reasons why your dog might be shivering include the following: Generalized Tremor Syndrome(GTS) GTS is also called steroid responsive tremor syndrome or white shaker dog syndrome. It was first seen in small […]

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What’s Good for Humans but Bad for Dogs

Published January 26, 2015

More often than not, people will always tend to assume that human food is safe for our dogs. This is however not the case as there are some foods that will be fit for human consumption but not suitable for a dog’s diet. As a dog owner it is advisable to know what the dangerous foods are that your dog should stay away from. Here are a few common foods that you should keep away from your dog. Avocados – The avocado contains nutrients that are essential for the human body. Avocados contain persin that is toxic to the dog’s […]

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A Balanced Diet for Dogs

Published January 26, 2015

If you are a dog owner, ensuring that your dog has got a proper diet is very important. There are different ways of doing this; the right meal for your dog will depend on a few factors which are the age of the dog, whether the dog is a pet or a watchdog but to say the least. At the end of the day, your dog should enjoy a healthy and well balanced diet. When choosing a diet plan for your dog, you can choose to buy a ready-made diet that will only require you to add water or you […]

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Going Green With Canine Care

Published January 16, 2015

While many people adopt an environmentally sustainable lifestyle for themselves, everyone may not be aware of how to be an eco-friendly dog owner. There are a number of ways in which you can go green with regard to your canine companion. For instance, plenty of paper towels get used while cleaning up after your dog, especially when it is a puppy. Try and use towels or rags instead so they can be reused instead of throw after single use. When picking up after your pet, use biodegradable bags that decompose in a month instead of plastic. You may buy a […]

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Cheetah: The Hunter Being Hunted

Published January 16, 2015

If an international land animal race were ever to be held, the winner would most certainly be the graceful and speedy cheetah. This large feline creature can reach up to 75 miles per hour, covering distances up to 1,600 feet at a time. Due to soaring body temperature at top speed, the cheetah can only maintain such swiftness for short periods of time. Its acceleration is also wondrous – from being at rest, it can reach a running speed 60 miles per hour in three short seconds! The cheetah’s entire physical structure is built for aerodynamic efficiency; its long, lean, […]

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Big Homes For Small Wonders

Published January 16, 2015

For those who want to witness the wonders of the underwater world in all its glory without having to dive to the depths of the ocean, a world-class aquarium is the perfect destination! There are a number of astoundingly big and well-designed aquariums around the world. The Aquadom in Berlin is a sight to behold. Its cylindrical structure holds a million gallons of water as well as 2,600 species of marine creatures. Located in the atrium of the Radisson Hotel, it offers visitors the unique experience of riding an elevator through the center of the cylinder, surrounded by marine life […]

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Bookkeeper Responsibilities

Published January 1, 2015

A bookkeeper has plenty of responsibilities, all of which are equally important. The bookkeeper not only makes sure all things financial are recorded properly, but prepares statements that an accountant or other members of the accounting department work off of to keep a business or corporation fiscally sound. It is no easy task to keep detailed records of a company’s financial transactions, so it helps if you have the type of nature which makes you organized, detail-oriented, cold, and calculating. Staying on top of and monitoring the many financial aspects of a company, from items purchased, items sold, doing payroll […]

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Access To Health Care Is Threatened With Roll-out Of Medicaid

Published December 31, 2014

It wasn’t my cup of Arabica that was making me edgy. It was the fact that my dad’s a doctor that had me going through the following news feature. Through Medicaid, millions of Americans are gaining insurance. But as they do so, the Obama administration-backed program which is set to make payment cuts to many doctors prompted some physicians and other advocates to voice out warnings that the reductions could spell difficulty in getting adequate care for Medicaid patients. For primary care in 2013 and 2014, The Affordable Care Act actually allowed a big increase in payments of Medicaid. The […]

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