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What’s Not So Fruity For Dogs!

Published August 19th

Dogs are known to be some of the least pickiest eaters as they’ll eat anything from their own food to table scraps and even dead animals. With that said there are a few things that you should keep away from your dog. One of the most popular foods to keep away from dogs is chocolate. Chocolate poisoning is extremely common in pups who get into the wrong snacks. Irresponsible dog owners will accidentally leave out candy bars, and then find their dog with symptoms like diarrhea, excessive vomiting, and an extremely high heart rate. Now normally fruit is okay for […]

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Making Summer Cooler For Your Pet!

Published August 19th

Summer time is the time for many of us to sit back, relax, and enjoy the nice warm weather and take some time off to spend with loved ones doing fun activities. Believe it or not, the feeling of summer is felt in pets. Pets can sense the feeling of joy, low stress, and excitement and often know when it’s summer. As a pet owner, it’s very important to take time out of your day to spend with your pets and remember that summer time should also be spent with them as well. Whether you have a cat or dog, […]

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Chocolate: Not So Sweet For Your Pet!

Published August 19th

When it comes to pets there seems to be so many unanswered questions that pet owners have. It doesn’t matter if you have a dog or a cat, you’re going to have questions. Even the most experienced pet owners come across new situations where they don’t know the answer and have to either experiment and figure out, or look up information online. Inexperienced pet owners however are bound to have lots of questions. One of the most popular question that new dog owners have concerns the consumption of chocolate. Is it bad? What can I do to prevent my dog […]

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The Positive Side Of Schools Uniforms

Published August 12th

There is often a debate about whether school uniforms are a good idea or not, and there are positives ad negatives to both sides of the argument. School uniforms can be quite costly to buy which can be very off putting to new students and seen as an unnecessary extra expense. On the positive side it can mean that students arrive to school looking smart, and will not be discriminated against due to the clothes they can afford to wear. having a compulsory school uniform can also prevent anxiety in people who are worried if they will fit in with […]

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Common Dress Codes For Schools

Published August 12th

  It is important to remember when you study at school, that it is not only grades which are important but also overall behaviour and self presentation. Quite often lecturers and tutors from school will write your reference, either to enable you to get into higher education or to enter the job market. Although your grades are important, when writing references tutors also provide a reference about you personally. The best way to get a good reference, aside from studying very hard, is to have a smart tidy appearance. Tutors are not expecting you to turn up to lectures in […]

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Choosing The Right Dog

Published June 21st

So you have finally made the decision to get a dog, which is a very big decision to make. The hard part is finding the right dog for your lifestyle and accommodation. Every dog owner that you speak to will rate their own pet dog breed as being the best, making it very hard to choose. To start with you need to think what size dog you would like to get; part of this decision process may involve what size accommodation you have, and what size car. Try to envision yourself walking a dog and see what image springs to […]

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School Rankings are important…Here’s why

Published May 26th

There are advantages to studying at top ranking schools and these range from having more research opportunities, having better facilities, a higher standard of teaching and an increased chance of being selected at job interviews. Higher ranking schools have received that rank as they are seen as offering high quality courses, producing graduates of an excellent calibre which is recognised by potential employers. It gives you a head start in the career market, allowing you to network with prestigious colleagues within the field you are hoping to work. That being said a high ranking University only works if you are […]

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Programs in the Medical Field Prosper: From Drugs to Physical Therapy

Published May 26th

Some careers never go out of fashion, and this is certainly true for medical careers such as pharmacy and physical Therapy. Although both of these fields involve long term study in order to be qualified, you are pretty much guaranteed a job for life and can expect to earn a decent salary. As a pharmacist you can expect to have to take approximately 3-4 years of professional training which will lead to you holding a Doctor of Pharmacy certification. Top schools in the US include the University of California, University of North Carolina, University of Minnesota, University of Texas, University […]

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Mechanical Engineers Are Helping Drive Change For The Better

Published May 26th

There is a great deal of new research and development in the field of mechanical engineering. In the UK 3 researchers will present their research to the Houses of parliament and stand the chance to win the coveted prize of £3,000. The researchers are able to showcase their research to MP’s in Britain. The fact that politicians are showing an interest in mechanical engineering research highlights that this is an exciting time for researchers in this field, allowing their early talents to be recognised and helping to put them in touch with top industries that may be interested in their […]

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From Dentist to Mechanic: Maintenance Is Key

Published May 21st

By taking care of your teeth and seeing the dentist when required, you can have good health. Teeth are an important part of health and will affect you for the rest of your life. Taking Care of Teeth The best thing to do for your teeth is to brush at least twice a day. It is important to brush in the mornings and at night before you go to bed. Tartar can build up at night if you don’t brush and this can create decay and cavities to occur. Be sure to floss at least once a day to keep […]

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