Life

Sick Kitty

Five of the most common health problems in cats. Your fluffy, furry friend isn’t immune to sickness. Unfortunately, cats are susceptible to a variety of illnesses, each with specific symptoms. No one wants to see their beloved pet uncomfortable or in pain. Knowing what to look for and getting prompt treatment can help your cat…

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The dangers of indoor tanning

You can often pick them out of a crowd—those people (and they’re not just women) who regularly visit tanning beds. It’s the dead of winter and their skin looks like it’s not missed a single day of summer sun. Their tan may be an abnormal shade of bronze or their skin may be prematurely wrinkled.…

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Still Eating the Same Old Sandwich?

Tired of plain-old peanut butter and jelly? Enjoy your packed lunches again with these suggestions. You know the many health and money-saving benefits of eating a packed lunch, but you also know they can get old after a while when you eat the same thing day after day. In the morning rush before work or…

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Lullaby and Goodnight

Getting your kids to bed can be a nightly battle. Here are a few tips to make bedtime a more pleasant experience. Dinner’s over, the sun’s going down, and your little one’s rubbing her eyes. It’s time for bed. Movies may make bedtime look picture perfect. You simply tuck your kids in bed, give them…

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Making the Love Reconnection

Feel disconnected from your spouse? Take these steps to reconnect. Ever feel like you and your spouse are two ships passing in the dark? Between work, chores, and caring for the kids, you have little time to truly connect. You see each other briefly during the morning rush and a short while in the evening…

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You Snooze, You Lose

Not a morning person but wish you were? Try adopting these lifestyle changes. When the alarm goes off in the morning, what’s your reaction? Do you jump out of bed ready to start the day or do you lie in bed as long as possible, repeatedly hitting snooze? If your tendency is the second option,…

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A Pet-scription for Autism

Four ways a child with autism may benefit from having a pet. Occupational therapy, speech therapy, applied behavior analysis therapy, special diets, and supplements. If your child has autism, chances are you’ve tried numerous types of therapies and treatments in hopes of lessening his or her symptoms. But have you considered pet therapy? Autism causes…

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Winter-Proof Your House

Stay warm during the cooler months with these minor home repairs. It’s not cheap to heat a home. Utility bills in the winter can skyrocket, putting a strain on your budget. If you’re tired of cold spots, drafts, and wearing hats and gloves in your home when the temperature drops, you’re in luck! There are…

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