November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month and Vetstreet Veterinary Board Member Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, who is also a board-certified veterinary oncologist, reviews some of the important signs that can help you save your pet’s life. By Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, Vetstreet.com In a recent article, I compared the common types of cancer in pets with those found in people. My next […]
Study: 20 ounces a day is associated with 4.6 years of aging By Matt Cantor, Newser Staff Drink a 20-ounce soda daily, and you may be causing your cells to age as much as they would if you smoked, a study suggests. Researchers investigated DNA from 5,309 adults, focusing on telomeres, the caps on the ends […]
By Krystal Steinmetz, MoneyTalksNews Some U.S. states are better than others for raising a daughter, according to “The State of Girls: Thriving or Surviving,” a report by the Girl Scout Research Institute. The analysis examined physical health and safety, emotional health, economic well-being, education and extracurricular activities, as well as demographic trends. “It has to […]
What do a social media manager, a firefighter, and a law clerk have in common? Turns out, they might be some of the very best jobs for a healthy work-life balance.
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The United States is currently engulfed in one of the worst droughts in recent memory.
I hate calling a plumber for help. I realize that most are probably honest professionals, but I also know that a few might try dodgy tricks to overcharge.
Study: Body’s biomarkers may show chance of death.
The well-being of Americans hasn’t improved in the past six years, and it even declined slightly in 2013, according to a recent Gallup study.