Home Alone: Managing Your Pet’s Separation Anxiety

Imagine your family leaving for an indefinite period of time without knowing where or why they’re going and how long they’ll be away. This is what many pets experience when their families leave. Without the ability to understand that they’ll return, pets become anxious—experiencing feelings of fear, depression and other taxing emotions. They communicate these […]

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Write On: The Power Of Putting Pen To Paper

For many the blank page instills fear, if not outright panic—all that white space and nothing to say. But those who put pen to paper, giving their internal thoughts an external point of view while expunging stress, reap an emotional and physical reboot stemming from uncensored expression. Whether thoughts take shape in free-flowing prose, a […]

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Summer Berry Boost!

Now that we’re in the warmer, longer, lazier days of summer, there is one simple thing you can do to improve your diet. Have a cup of mixed fresh berries—blackberries, blueberries or strawberries—every day. They’ll help you load up on antioxidants, which may help prevent damage to tissues and reduce the risks of age-related illnesses. […]

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Presto Change-o: Forget The Pyramid, Embrace The Plate

When reminiscing about elementary school days, we picture the classroom: wooden desks and chairs, the chalkboard with the letters of the alphabet displayed across the top, and the Food Guide Pyramid hanging on the wall. For years, with its colored stripes and abstract percentages, this pyramid served as a nutritional guide for Americans. The different […]

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