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Dog Flu Shot: Thoughts from a Vet about H3N8 by Jan R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 8:52am 1 Comment Want to learn more about the dog flu shot? Read this article by my friend, Dr. Paula Terafaj, of Founder’s Vet in Brea.  I think it’s an excellent companion to my Truth4Dogs dog flu shot article.  Before you vaccinate, investigate! Also, if you live in the So. Cal. area, check out our Safer Pet Vaccination Seminar at PetSeminar.org. It’s a once i ... Read on »
DOGS GET THE FLU TOO.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 12:32pm Now that the American public has been inundated with information on Swine Flu and indoctrinated as to its potential severity, we find out that Swine Flu is really just like the common flu we've known for years. Most communities, schools, and health departments are not even going to be doing any tests for Swine Flu, figuring that it doesn't make sen ... Read on »
KENNEL COUGH AND YOUR DOG.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:02pm The last few weeks have been very interesting for veterinary medicine. First, we learned of two pet ferrets that had come down with swine flu, most likely contracted from their owners. Both of the ferrets died. Then, this week, a pet cat in Iowa was treated at Iowa State University veterinary hospital for swine flu. The cat has since recovered. A ... Read on »
Attention Junior Sigmund Freud club... by Nicolas van Dyk Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:03pm As Frank would say, I had a "real swinger of a dream" last night. That's a line of dialogue from the utterly brilliant Manchurian Candidate. It's also, I think, the only line in there that dates it. But Francis Allen Sinatra delivers it with such earnestness that it still works. I've had a lot of trouble with this dry cough. Seems when t ... Read on »
'Gorgeous girls eat meat': ... by John R. Posted Thu 02 Jan 2014 7:39am 'Gorgeous girls eat meat': New diet book says the secret to staying slim is replacing bread with beef jerky A paleo diet does seem to work for some A new diet book claims that the secret to staying slim is eating like a cave woman by sticking to foods that our ancestors could 'catch, pluck, or dig up'. In Cavewomen Don't Get Fat: Anc ... Read on »
Weekly Update, 3/31/10 by Pubsgal Posted Wed 31 Mar 2010 5:44pm Thanks for all of your kind comments last week!  This week is going to be rather dull in comparison, which makes me glad that I did okay and don't have to distract you with flashy race reports and such. So I've got this combination of allergies and a cold.  I felt horrid on Sunday afternoon through Monday, and now I feel pretty good, but now i ... Read on »
Weekly Update, 4/7/10 by Pubsgal Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 11:23am First of all, big (((HUG))) to you all!  Writing these posts has become writing a open letter to good friends, and I've always enjoyed doing that. Thanks for understanding what I had to say on Monday (and laughing with me, too).  Because this blog is about accountability, I posted it because I wanted to put it out there that after nearly 2 ye ... Read on »
5 Natural Home Remedies for a Cough by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 17 Jun 2011 2:44am Coughing is a vigorous attempt by your body to rid your upper respiratory tract of toxins, irritants such as allergens and harmful microorganisms such as viruses. A cough is a common symptom of colds and flu and it can also manifest as a result of allergies. Coughs can be extremely irritating and at times even painful. Over the counter medicati ... Read on »
Help for Bronchitis, Emphysema, COPD~includes some helpful herbs by Lynn E. Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:01pm Bronchitis means inflammation of the air passages to the lungs. Bronchitis can be acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis is usually due to a viral infection that begins in your nose or sinuses and spreads to the airways. To be considered chronic, you must have a cough productive of sputum at least three months out of the year. Chronic bronchitis oc ... Read on »