Displaying items by tag: July 2013

Dealing With the Fear of Change

Having optimistic expectations when trying something new will help

by Melissa Gray

Focus on the Positive

DDid you know that one of the most common fears is the fear of change? As humans, we strive to connect with things that are...

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Pet Food Perils

Lurking GMOs May Hurt Our Pets

by Dr. Michael W. Fox

Drawing attention to health hazards

LLike a canary in a coal mine, dogs serve as sentinels, drawing our attention to health hazards in our shared home environment and in the products and byproducts of the...

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Dealing With Arthritis in Pets

Arthritis is probably the most common of the chronic diseases.

by Dr. John M. Simon

Sealing the quality of life from pets

AOsteoarthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease that can effect any size dog or cat but is seen much more often in larger...

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Johnny AppletreeOne Life Yields Two Forests

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Locavore AidA Handy Atlas for Eating Local

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Hands OffProtecting a Natural Laboratory

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Dangerous DuoNeotame is the New Aspartame

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Bee CarefulHoneybee-Killing Pesticides Banned in Europe

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Pre-Pregnancy Diet May Alter GenesPossible Effects on an Unborn's Health

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A Bevy of Berry BenefitsHeart Healthy Sweetness

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