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PETS WITH INJURIES...HANDLE WITH CARE! by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 12 Aug 2012 12:00am Most dog and cat owners have gone through the unfortunate experience of either seeing their pet be injured in some way or finding them injured after the fact.  Even though dogs and cats are usually quite agile, they still seem to be able to get into trouble pretty easily.  If you find that your pet has become injured in some way, what wou ... Read on »
Main Line Yoga : Ardmore PA by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 5:06pm Definitely feeling the love from Sita Ram Dass and his satsang @ Main Line Yoga in Ardmore PA. Here's a feature from CitySearch: Main Line Yoga offers a really warm, juicy respite from the cold, cruel world of shallow breath and unconscious movement. We are a vinyasa flow studio, where breath and consciousness thread through movement and ... Read on »
DO YOU FEEL YOUR PETS' PAIN? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm We all remember Presidential candidate Bill Clinton answering a question about people suffering from AIDS by saying, in early 1992, "I feel your pain." Empathetic humans frequently exhibit this trait as they relate to others who are suffering a distressing sensation in a part of their body, typically from an injury or illness. Since we usually unde ... Read on »
Terrific Tips For Combating Stress by Jeniffer Posted Thu 29 Apr 2010 9:04pm Stressed Businesswoman from Crestock Stock Photo Everyone has felt stress at some point in their lives. But have you ever wondered exactly what stress is, and how you can go about combating its effects? Well, wonder no more. What Stress Is Stress is a biological response to an event or situation in our liv ... Read on »
Yoga’s Far Reaching Effects on Endurance Athletics: Triathlon by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 1:04pm By Krystle Potter To some triathlon is just swim, bike, and run for a really long time, and that it is just a sport. To some yoga is a “girly, wimpy, poor excuse for exercise or a way get a good stretch, or for those who can bend themselves into pretzels.” Unfortunately for those who view yoga and triathlon in this light completely miss what ... Read on »
Dog Bad Breath - More Than Meets the Nose by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:15pm Take any five dogs off the street and chances are four of them will ‘bite you on the nose’ with their dog bad breath. Being such a common condition it’s understandable why so many dog owners accept it as normal… and why so few do anything about it. Yet dog bad breath (formally called canine halitosis) can be an early alarm-bell alerting ... Read on »
Bad dog breath? Try garlic and avocados (Oops, on second thought...) by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Sun 03 Jan 2010 10:00pm Just before bed last night I decided to rescue a group of almost-too-ripe avocados from near certain death-by-compost. I peeled, pitted and sliced them then slathered the wedges in a lime vinaigrette so spicy with garlic you’d have to be a serious fan of the stuff to enjoy this dish. And I am.  Problem is, Slumdog turned out to be a fan as ... Read on »
Day 186 of our Green Year: Refreshing Our Dog's Breath by Craig and Layla B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 24 Oct 2008 4:01pm Layla and I own one dog; Niko. He is not just a dog to us, but practically a child. We love him dearly and only want the best for him (hence the spending of $25.99 medium-sized bags of organic dog food). As much as we love him, his breath can be a bit atrocious. Rather than buy the dog breath fresheners at pet stores that are not organic and may b ... Read on »
Getting To Know Bad Breath Products For Dogs by Shilah C. Azib Posted Fri 31 Dec 2010 8:50am If you think you are the only one suffering from bad breath, you may want to think again. Although bad breath is a condition common to human, your dog may also have the same fate. Incredible as it may sound; your dogs are also at risk of having bad breath. But, you don’t have to worry that much. There are now lots of bad breath ... Read on »
Is that dog breath you’re smelling? by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sun 12 Dec 2010 8:40am If your pet’s breath wipes the smile off your face, it probably has oral disease, the most common pet health problem. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society 80% of dogs and 70% of cats already have signs of this painful and potentially life-threatening condition by age three. Most people understand the imp ... Read on »