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  • Winter Pet Care Tips
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    Winter Pet Care Tips

    7 months ago

    It appears that winter weather has finally arrived to the northeast at long last. With its appearance, we need to remind ourselves that weather change produces some very predictable challenges to our pets, ones that require some vigilance on our...

  • Staying Fit During the Holidays
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    Staying Fit During the Holidays

    7 months ago

    With each passing year, I hope to approach the holidays with more discipline, temperance and moderation. Is this possible without losing the warmth and goodwill that accompanies them? What about parties, concerts, visiting friends, baking, writing...

  • Homeopathy and love
    0

    Homeopathy and love

    7 months ago

    We tend to think of February as Heart Month. On the 14th we celebrate Valentines Day, we celebrate love. This also a big month of fundraising activities for the Heart Foundation. It therefore seems appropriate at this time to focus on remedies that...

  • Homeopathy - post-holiday health
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    Homeopathy - post-holiday health

    7 months ago

    Christmas has come and gone and we are now firmly in the 2014. Perhaps you are still riding the festive season high or perhaps not. There are a myriad of reasons why January is a challenging month. For some, holiday travel, expectations and family...

  • Homeopathy and Coughs
    0

    Homeopathy and Coughs

    7 months ago

    December is a month of mixed blessings. We look forward to spending time with family and friends; there is much celebrating and excitement. The days are getting shorter, the temperature colder, and there is the hustle and bustle of the holiday...

  • Homeopathy for Bruises, Bites and Burns
    0

    Homeopathy for Bruises, Bites and Burns

    7 months ago

    The long days of summer are finally here and we can kick off our shoes and relax. Or can we? If you are a parent or an active outdoors type, there are many incidents that can interfere with a vacation or general summer enjoyment. Fortunately, with...

  • Alcohol problems with teenagers
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    Alcohol problems with teenagers

    7 months ago

    For purposes of simplicity, we are using the term abuser for addict or chemically dependent teenager or user no matter what the extent of the use is. My assumption is that the alcohol abuse must stop, no matter what the progression may be. True...

  • Trivia about left handers
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    Trivia about left handers

    7 months ago

  • Canine Hypothyroidism
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    Canine Hypothyroidism

    7 months ago

    Hypothyroidism is a syndrome caused by deficient thyroid hormone secretion. In most dogs, hypothyroidism results from the progressive loss of thyroid function. Two different mechanisms are most commonly involved, accounting for more than 95% of the...

  • Congenital Portosystemic Shunt In Dogs
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    Congenital Portosystemic Shunt In Dogs

    7 months ago

    In the normal dog, blood draining the intestines (portal venous blood) enters the liver before entering the systemic circulation. In dogs affected with a congenital portosystemic shunt (PSS), the portal venous blood bypasses the liver and directly...

  • How to Bring the Aesthetic Sense of the Victorian Era Into the Present
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    How to Bring the Aesthetic Sense of the Victorian Era Into the Present

    7 months ago

    The term "Victorian" properly refers to the period during the reign of Queen Victoria of England (1837-1901). However, it is often used to generically describe the 1900s and the early part of the twentieth century. This is a rather large span of...

  • My top 7 favourite homemade smoothie recipes
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    My top 7 favourite homemade smoothie recipes

    7 months ago

    Summer is here and frozen treats are tempting us from all around. Juice bars and smoothie bars are packed with people looking for a “healthy”, cold treat. Are these mixin’ mania bars really that healthy? One would assume that a fruit...

  • Is Tupac Shakur Really Dead?
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    Is Tupac Shakur Really Dead?

    7 months ago

    This is the real story, who Tupac Shakur was, what he meant to the rap style and how he became a legend. Enjoy this hub

  • How to Kiss
    1

    How to Kiss

    7 months ago

    There are just a few things that you need to know before you start kissing and kissing lessons would be a great way to learn them.

  • 3 Day Diet
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    3 Day Diet

    7 months ago

    Many dieticians and nutrition experts dismiss this 3 day diet as a ‘fad’ or ‘crash’ diet, however countless number of people all over the world state that it works.

  • Ingrown Fingernail
    2

    Ingrown Fingernail

    7 months ago

    Ingrown finernail is a painful condition in which the edge of the nail grows into the skin and breaks the skin.

  • Explaining Death to a Five Year Old
    2

    Explaining Death to a Five Year Old

    7 months ago

    Talking to your children about death isn't an easy thing to do. It is especially hard when your children are small, and don't quite understand.

  • Online fly fishing store
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    Online fly fishing store

    7 months ago

    Catching any fish with any fly rod is an exciting experience.

  • What Is Clicker Training for Dogs?
    1

    What Is Clicker Training for Dogs?

    7 months ago

    Clicker training is the ultimate refinement of positive reinforcement training.

  • How to Build a Homemade Cleaning Kit
    2

    How to Build a Homemade Cleaning Kit

    7 months ago

    Have you been trying to buy less toxic cleaners but finding them exorbitantly expensive? Do you also feel you are increasing waste by buying cleaning products in throw-away plastic bottles over and over again?

  • How to travel with a cat
    1

    How to travel with a cat

    7 months ago

    Planning on traveling with you favorite cat(s) on your next trip?

  • How to Choose a Cat Litter Box
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    How to Choose a Cat Litter Box

    7 months ago

    Finding a cat litter box seems like such a mundane choir that most cat owners give scarcely a thought to it. Yet the design you choose can have important consequences for both you and your cat.

  • How to perform dog CPR
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    How to perform dog CPR

    7 months ago

    A variety of events such as serious illness, trauma, poisoning, severe blood loss or electrocution may cause an animal to stop breathing or go into cardiac arrest. Approximately 10% of animals revived from cardiac arrest exhibit long term survival,...

  • Dog Antifreeze Poisoning
    0

    Dog Antifreeze Poisoning

    7 months ago

    Antifreeze poisoning is common in dogs and cats, and has a high fatality rate if not treated promptly. An increase in antifreeze poisoning is typically seen in the winter months, and again in the spring when antifreeze is drained from cars. The...

  • What are dog food ingredients
    2

    What are dog food ingredients

    7 months ago

    There is a great deal of confusion and rumor as to what is actually contained within the meat ingredients that go into pet foods. All ingredients that are contained within pet foods must meet strict feed ingredient definitions as established by...

  • Nutritional needs of a growing puppy
    1

    Nutritional needs of a growing puppy

    7 months ago

    The nutritional needs of the growing puppy are greater than those of the mature adult dog. Puppies rapidly grow from birth through approximately 8 months. Most large breeds of dogs reach their mature body weight by 18 months of age, and many small...

  • Leaving Your Horses in the Care of Others
    0

    Leaving Your Horses in the Care of Others

    7 months ago

    As a horse owner, leaving your animals in the care of another person, whether you board them at a stable, or have a pet sitter come to your house, may be necessary at times. It is important to leave clear instructions for the caretaker in case of a...

  • Equine Purchase Exam Before Buying a Horse
    0

    Equine Purchase Exam Before Buying a Horse

    7 months ago

    Buying a new horse involves several logical steps to insure a sound economic investment. One step often overlooked is the pre-purchase inspection performed by an accomplished equine veterinarian. This investment will greatly improve your chances of...

  • Boosting Your Metabolism for Heart Health
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    Boosting Your Metabolism for Heart Health

    7 months ago

    Is there is a magic formula that will increase your ability to burn calories by speeding up your metabolic rate and improving your heart health? Metabolism is scientifically defined as the sum total of all biochemical processes that take place in...

  • Qi Gong for Animals
    1

    Qi Gong for Animals

    7 months ago

    When we hear the words Qi Gong we usually think of certain exercises people do. Qi Gong is in fact more than this. The words "Qi Gong" literally mean the study of energy, a study which requires much time, effort and patience. The study of Qi (or...

  • Seasons Cycles for Women
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    Seasons Cycles for Women

    7 months ago

    As we move into spring, we are reminded how Nature moves us through cycles of birth, death, and rebirth. Women, particularly, move in cycles of their own, as the hormones in their bodies cycle through each month. Many women move easily through...

  • The Therapeutic Value of the CranioSacral System
    0

    The Therapeutic Value of the CranioSacral System

    7 months ago

    CranioSacral Therapy (CST) works by locating and evaluating problems throughout the body by using a gentle hands-on technique which assists the body’s natural healing. CST helps to release pain and illness that the body has been unable to overcome...

  • How to protect your children from drugs, alcohol and tobacco
    0

    How to protect your children from drugs, alcohol and tobacco

    7 months ago

    Today the widespread use of alcohol and other drugs subjects our children, families, and communities to tremendous pressures.

  • Growing Your Own Herbal Remedies
    0

    Growing Your Own Herbal Remedies

    7 months ago

    Growing your own medicines can be one of the most satisfying gardening experiences you will ever have. Not only are medicinal plants beautiful to look at, but many serve culinary and medicinal purposes. The advantage to growing your own medicine...

  • Herbs for Pregnancy
    0

    Herbs for Pregnancy

    7 months ago

    Herbs for pregnancy can be divided into different groups depending upon the stage of pregnancy. Although red raspberry leaf tea has been suggested throughout pregnancy, it is not recommended during the first trimester if you are at all prone to...

  • Why is it hard to quit smoking?
    0

    Why is it hard to quit smoking?

    7 months ago

    As human beings we have the ability to take a complex pattern of behavior, learn it consciously and allow that learned ability to drop from our conscious mind and become an automatic unconscious function. The most obvious example is the ability to...

  • The Connection Between Smoking and Heart Disease
    0

    The Connection Between Smoking and Heart Disease

    7 months ago

    Much has been written about the link between smoking and a host of medical problems, including emphysema and other respiratory illnesses, to cancers and cardiovascular diseases. The causal relationship between smoking and a respiratory disease may...

  • How to Choose a Self-Growth Organization
    1

    How to Choose a Self-Growth Organization

    7 months ago

    What are the most important considerations about participating in a self-growth and self-empowerment organization?

  • Homeopathic Analysis of Ginkgo biloba
    0

    Homeopathic Analysis of Ginkgo biloba

    7 months ago

    If you are taking Ginkgo on a regular basis, you will be interested in reading this article. Remember, if you take a medically active substance repeatedly, you will begin to develop symptoms of that remedy; i.e., you will conduct a proving on...

  • Arsenicum Album: White Arsenic Use in Homeopathy
    0

    Arsenicum Album: White Arsenic Use in Homeopathy

    7 months ago

    Arsenicum album is a great polycrest with many applications. White arsenic is, of course, poisonous in crude form but in homeopathic attenuation or potency, the tonifying and strengthening powers of this grand medicine come alive, as it were. J....

  • Why and How to Stop Smoking
    1

    Why and How to Stop Smoking

    7 months ago

    It is important that you know your reasons for smoking. To stop smoking, you must figure out what to do with each reason. Physical Reasons It gets me going It calms me down A cigarette helps me think Behavioral Reasons It keeps my...

  • Natural Treatments for Postpartum Depression
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    Natural Treatments for Postpartum Depression

    7 months ago

    It is normal to feel low and even depressed after childbirth. It can pass by fleetingly as postnatal blues on about the third day after the birth when your milk comes in, or span a longer period while your hormones sort themselves out and you begin...

  • Ginkgo Biloba Herb
    1

    Ginkgo Biloba Herb

    7 months ago

    Ginkgo is a large, majestic shade tree that in open areas can reach 150' tall with a trunk 30' wide and branches reaching out 100' across (though with proper care it can also make an excellent bonsai specimen). The female tree has a wider branch...

  • Definition of Kinesiology
    1

    Definition of Kinesiology

    7 months ago

    Kinesiology (pronounced Kin-easy-ology) is a holistic system of natural health care which uses muscle testing to communicate directly with the body.

  • Kava Kava Effects on Anxiety
    0

    Kava Kava Effects on Anxiety

    7 months ago

    Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) is a South Pacific root used by Polynesians, Fijians and other Pacific islanders as a ceremonial drink for thousands of years has finally crossed the ocean. As if it were being discovered for the first time, consumers...

  • Ear Candling Instructions
    1

    Ear Candling Instructions

    7 months ago

    Among the most common problems affecting the ears are excessive wax buildup, which can cause hearing difficulties or itching; earaches (caused when fluid accumulates in the middle ear and exerts pressure against the eardrum); tinnitus (constant...

  • What does a life coach do
    0

    What does a life coach do

    7 months ago

    In 1991, trend forecaster Faith Popcorn predicted that a new consulting business would come onto the scene—“Dream Architects.” This new consulting business would “help individuals identify and implement their dream life.” Although the term...

  • How to clean a dreamcatcher
    0

    How to clean a dreamcatcher

    5 years ago

    If you dust it with a feather duster at least once a week, you can preserve it much longer. The most effective way I've found of cleaning ones that have already collected dust and become dingy, is to use a rag that is not fuzzy (something like an...

  • How to Buy a Dreamcatcher and Dreamcatcher Information
    0

    How to Buy a Dreamcatcher and Dreamcatcher Information

    7 months ago

    Dream catchers are now found almost world wide. They have expanded beyond the original use and also adorn the places we 'day dream' or do our most creative thinking. You will find them almost anywhere, in the work place, as jewelry, logos, designs...

  • Definition of aromatherapy
    1

    Definition of aromatherapy

    7 months ago

    What is Aromatherapy about? Is it just a New-Age fad or is there really something in it?

  • Homeopathy for ADHD
    0

    Homeopathy for ADHD

    7 months ago

    What does Homeopathy have to do with math? That was the response I got recently when I mentioned the topic of this hub to a friend. Although people are turning to Homeopathy more often now when their children have earaches, coughs or other acute...

  • Executive Coaching and Creating a Coaching Culture Within Organizations
    0

    Executive Coaching and Creating a Coaching Culture Within Organizations

    7 months ago

    Many companies these days are looking for a new type of Leadership, one that will incorporate the human aspects of management as well as focus on overall productivity and results.

  • Spirituality in the Workplace
    0

    Spirituality in the Workplace

    7 months ago

    Have we finally reached that point in global consciousness where we are ready to tackle the biggest transformation of all - bringing consciousness to business and government? And if that is the task at hand, what is our individual role in it? What...

  • Uses of Alexander Technique
    1

    Uses of Alexander Technique

    7 months ago

    The Alexander Technique is practical and convenient. Anybody can use it, in all kinds of circumstances. You do not need to set aside a special time or place to practise. The fact is, everyday situations offer infinite scope to change habits and...

  • Alexander Technique History
    0

    Alexander Technique History

    7 months ago

    Frederick Matthias Alexander was an Australian, born in 1869. As a young man, his promising career as an actor was jeopardised by vocal problems. Determined to help himself, Alexander began a process of research and experimentation that lasted a...

  • Why reflective wear?
    0

    Why reflective wear?

    7 months ago

    At one point or another, we are all pedestrians and as such have a stake in how safe our travels on the road are likely to be. Safety experts are looking at various approaches to improve the safety of pedestrians and to decrease the thousands of...

  • How to Relocate With Children
    0

    How to Relocate With Children

    7 months ago

    Moving, particularly to a different country, will produce a mix of feelings in the members of the family . On one hand, everybody will be excited about going to leave in a different place. On the other hand, there are fears about the "unknown" and...

  • How to hire people?
    0

    How to hire people?

    7 months ago

    The loss of trust, within your own department or organization, that comes from internal misconduct, is one of the most frustrating and disconcerting situations that anyone can face. The fact is that most occupations rely upon a certain level of...

  • First Step When Creating a Corporation
    0

    First Step When Creating a Corporation

    7 months ago

    One of the first steps in building the foundation of your company is to decide which type of corporation type is right. This should be given careful considertion. Your choice of corporation type is one of the first decisions you will make and it...

  • United States national flag
    0

    United States national flag

    7 months ago

    The United States’ national flag is the most familiar of our national symbols, perhaps the most revered, yet also among the most hated.

  • How to Change Your Name in California
    0

    How to Change Your Name in California

    7 months ago

    A person born in California who wishes to change his or her name for any reason (including but not limited to change of sex) may file a single petition in superior court for both a change of name and an issuance of a new birth certificate reflecting...

  • Eight Essentials for riding out a major natural disaster
    0

    Eight Essentials for riding out a major natural disaster

    7 months ago

    A major natural disaster in your hometown could make life miserable for quite some time. Take steps now to "ride it out" for a minimum of three days in comparative comfort. This list is not intended to be all-inclusive. It is only part of a Disaster Plan for you and your family, a plan that...

  • All about African violets
    0

    All about African violets

    7 months ago

    The African violet is one of the hardiest, most attractive of the houseplants. This hub gives you all you need to know to grow, propagate and maintain the beautiful African violet.

  • How to force bulbs in the winter
    1

    How to force bulbs in the winter

    7 months ago

    Brighten up the gloomy winter by forcing colorful, perky spring bulbs into early blooms.

  • Gathering and drying herbs
    1

    Gathering and drying herbs

    7 months ago

    So you have decided to grow herbs. Good for you! The more herbs you can grow the better I say! So now your wondering when to pick, cut and gather these wonderful garden goodies. If your growing them indoors, which I highly suggest if you live in the...

  • Sleep promoting herbs
    1

    Sleep promoting herbs

    7 months ago

    Herbs that interact with the nervous system are called Nervines, and those that have Sedative properties help the nervous system to relax. Some Nervines are even considered to have Hypnotic properties, which has nothing to do with hypnosis but in...

  • Natural strategies for male health
    0

    Natural strategies for male health

    7 months ago

    For centuries, herbs have been used to keep a healthy balance of Yang and Yin energy in men so that they could function as efficiently as their minds and bodies were intended. Male Yang energy, which must include some Yin energy to remain balanced,...

  • Herbs for infections and other short term problems
    0

    Herbs for infections and other short term problems

    7 months ago

    In many countries herbs are still the first treatment of choice, the "little medicine" as the Native Americans called it. "Big Medicine" or western-style prescription medicine and "Cutting Medicine" or surgery were used as second and third resorts....

  • Winter health naturally
    1

    Winter health naturally

    7 months ago

    If you live in a cold climate, staying healthy in the winter is often a challenge, what with freezing temperatures outside, dry heat inside, people crowded into closed spaces, and viruses and bacteria lying in wait everywhere. Natural health is...

  • Plant propagation introduction
    0

    Plant propagation introduction

    7 months ago

    Plant propagation is the one activity where subtracting and dividing equals multiplication. Nature has already provided everything the gardener needs to replicate almost every type of plant for (almost) free. With just a bit of knowledge and a pinch...

  • Fall gardening tips
    0

    Fall gardening tips

    7 months ago

    Tips for gardening in the fall

  • How to buy a dryer
    0

    How to buy a dryer

    7 months ago

    Dryers are available in two types, electric and gas. Both electric and gas dryers contain a small electric motor that turns the drum (tumbles the clothes) and a fan that distributes heat. They are both equally effective. However, gas dryers cost...

  • How to buy a range
    1

    How to buy a range

    7 months ago

    Kitchen ranges are very useful and it is certainly the best tool for many jobs. For example, no other appliance can offer the control of a sauté or sauce like the range, and an oven's ability to turn out crisp, browned surfaces on meats and baked...

  • How to buy a receiver
    0

    How to buy a receiver

    7 months ago

    A receiver is the core of a sound system, the switching station between an audio source like a CD player or a VCR and the speakers. Once used just for stereo systems, receivers now play an important role in home theater systems. The AV receiver is...

  • How to buy a clothes washer
    0

    How to buy a clothes washer

    7 months ago

    Most consumers in North America buy clothes washers that load from the top called top-loaders. However, you can also buy washers that load from the front, called horizontal-axis washers or simply front-loaders. Top-loaders This is the...

  • How to buy a snow blower?
    1

    How to buy a snow blower?

    7 months ago

    Snow blowers are very useful when it comes to removing snow from your walkway or driveway. Instead of shoveling, you can walk around with a snow blower. Using a snow blower is similar to mowing the lawn with a walk-behind mower, which can save you...

  • How to buy home fitness equipment?
    1

    How to buy home fitness equipment?

    7 months ago

    You do not need to own home fitness equipment to stay in shape! But here are a few good reasons you should consider your very own machine: Having fitness equipment at home saves you time relative to driving to the gym, changing clothes, working...

  • How to buy a dishwasher
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    How to buy a dishwasher

    7 months ago

    Dishwashers save time in doing the dishes manually. New dishwashers are quieter and much more energy efficient than models produced in the past. Like a washer, a dishwasher must be connected to a hot water supply, electricity, and a drain....

  • How to buy a barbecue grill
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    How to buy a barbecue grill

    7 months ago

    You may only need to fix or clean your old grill. Follow the instructions in the manual to clean the burner ports and manifolds. When people say that their grill is "dead" a thorough cleaning can sometimes bring it back to life. Clean out all...

  • Planting bulbs guide
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    Planting bulbs guide

    7 months ago

    Planting bulbs is very easy. Dig a hole to the proper depth and plant the bulb in an up-right manner.

  • How to Choose the Right Dog for You
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    How to Choose the Right Dog for You

    7 months ago

    Tips on choosing the right dog and being a responsible dog owner.

  • Cleaning My Little Ponies
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    Cleaning My Little Ponies

    7 months ago

    How to clean my little ponies plastic toys.

  • Worm containers
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    Worm containers

    7 months ago

    Should your purpose be to have your home food waste radically reduced then a box is what you need. The box needs to be sized to accommodate a sufficient poundage of worms to allow them to consume the food waste you put in the box each day. E....

  • How to fertalize with worm castings
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    How to fertalize with worm castings

    7 months ago

    Worm castings are better for the soil, better for the plants, better for the rivers and lakes, better for the planet, better for your health and better for sustainable agriculture.

  • Best environmental conditions for manure worms
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    Best environmental conditions for manure worms

    7 months ago

    Manure worms in the wild can be found beside stream beds, in rotting logs and other damp rich food sources. Farm manure piles which sit in one place for more than a couple of weeks are seldom without at least a few wigglers. Moisture, mildly warm, constant or controlable temperatures and lots of...

  • Food Allergy In Dogs
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    Food Allergy In Dogs

    7 months ago

    The true incidence of food allergy is unknown. Approximately 23% of all dogs with allergic skin disease are actually allergic to some ingredient in their diet. About one-fourth of these dogs are also allergic to substances other than foods as well,...

  • What to do if my dog is coughing?
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    What to do if my dog is coughing?

    7 months ago

    There you are, sitting at home with the dogs all around. All is peaceful until you hear that dreaded sound--a cough. One dog starts, and the next thing you know, the whole kennel is coughing. How could this happen? The dogs are vaccinated, the...

  • Canine intestinal parasites
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    Canine intestinal parasites

    7 months ago

    Dogs may be exposed to a number of parasites, depending on their habitat and living conditions. Dogs in rural areas often hunt and eat objects that could be sources of parasitic infection. Dogs that live in crowded conditions have a greater chance...

  • Dog Diabetes Mellitus
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    Dog Diabetes Mellitus

    7 months ago

    Diabetes mellitus is an endocrine disease involving the pancreas. Normally, beta cells present in the pancreas secrete the hormone insulin, but in diabetes mellitus, insulin secretion from the beta cells is greatly diminished. Insulin is important...

  • Visiting the vet with gerbils
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    Visiting the vet with gerbils

    5 years ago

    Gerbils are normally very hardy animals, but like other pets they can fall victim to various illnesses. Very often, when a problem is detected we will recommend that you take your gerbil to a vet. We freely admit that the need to visit a vet can...

  • Gerbil Health
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    Gerbil Health

    7 months ago

    Gerbils are very hardy animals and may not suffer from any problems during their lives. It is important though to provide a good, balanced diet that is designed for gerbils. Your gerbil enclosure should be cleaned regularly and be positioned in a...

  • Feeding Gerbils
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    Feeding Gerbils

    7 months ago

    Gerbils need a sensible diet to make sure that they have the balanced nutrients - including protein, minerals and vitamins - to sustain their little bodies. By reading many books one could conclude that regular feeding with any old "Rodent...

  • Gerbil Homes
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    Gerbil Homes

    7 months ago

    The gerbil home will need to have solid sides to avoid saw dust flying everywhere. Some plastic cages are available, but aquariums are fine if a chicken wire lid is made from a wooden frame. Do not site cages in direct sunlight, it can cause heat...

  • Handling Gerbils
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    Handling Gerbils

    7 months ago

    When we first bring our newly adopted gerbils home, we are eager to handle our new family members. This reaction is very natural and is most keenly felt by younger members of the family. But, there is a need to restrain our enthusiasm, in the...

  • Breeding gerbils
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    Breeding gerbils

    7 months ago

    We first looked after gerbils, following the stories that a primary school teacher had related to us about her own gerbils. We simply had to have some of these wonderful little animals and a little while afterwards came the desire to see these...

  • Gerbils as pets
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    Gerbils as pets

    7 months ago

    Gerbils can make great pets if they are properly kept and responsibly looked after. They are quite intelligent rodents and provide varied entertainment both in their cage and out. Gerbils require fresh food and water every day. Food can be...

  • How to clean out gerbils
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    How to clean out gerbils

    7 months ago

    Always remember that gerbils are clean animals and will appreciate your efforts to keep their enclosures clean. Gerbils produce urine and droppings in small amounts, which harks back to their desert descent. Gerbils are unlike Hamsters, Mice and...

  • Gerbil Behaviour
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    Gerbil Behaviour

    7 months ago

    There are many things that we do not understand about gerbils, but the experience of gerbil carers has provided important insights into their general behaviour. Anyone who spends time observing their gerbils will be able to learn much in this area. ...

  • What To Do If Your Gerbil Escaped
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    What To Do If Your Gerbil Escaped

    5 years ago

    One thing that pet owners dread is the thought of their gerbils escaping and there are a number of points to remember if this happens to you. Firstly, gerbils treat their enclosure as home and look to that area as a place of safety. So long as the...

  • Gerbil Care
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    Gerbil Care

    7 months ago

    When you first get your gerbils work out a regular routine that fits in with your lifestyle and that ensures that the animals are well cared for. These gerbils are going to be your responsibility for the next three to five years so finding a...

  • The art of shaving with the straight razor
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    The art of shaving with the straight razor

    7 months ago

    I remember, as a wee lad, watching one particular episode of (I believe) CHiPs.In this partricular episode, a young man was preparing to shave and he pulled out a shaving set that had been passed down to him from his grandfather.It included a...

  • Why You May Want to Replace Your Water Heater Now
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    Why You May Want to Replace Your Water Heater Now

    7 months ago

    Have you been hearing your old water heater grumbling at you, rumbling every now and then at odd times? While not as embarrassing as hearing your tummy growl, it can still be disconcerting. What's going on, anyway? Should you replace it, or wait? ...

  • A Step by Step Guide to Bonsai Creation: Pomegranate
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    A Step by Step Guide to Bonsai Creation: Pomegranate

    7 months ago

    This is designed to as an illustrated guide to the process of pruning, shaping, wiring, and potting a basic nursery stock plant. First, you should identify what sort of tree you want to have. Take into consideration such factors as size, amount of...

  • One million ways to use duct tape
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    One million ways to use duct tape

    7 months ago

    Duct tape was originally called "duck" tape. During World War II, the soldiers needed a tough, waterproof tape they could fix their equipment with and help keep their ammo boxes dry. Duct tape was invented in 1942 and called "duck" tape because...

  • Drug treatments for hair loss
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    Drug treatments for hair loss

    7 months ago

    Affecting the follicle structure or function: Pharmaceutical hair restoration treatments use manufactured chemical substances to affect the structure or function of the hair follicles in an effort to stop hair loss and promote hair growth....

  • Surgical treatments for hair loss with artificial hair implants
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    Surgical treatments for hair loss with artificial hair implants

    5 years ago

    Artificial hairs: Implants are non-living artificial hairs which are anchored into the scalp with hook-like artificial roots. They are placed individually into the scalp in a manner that mimics natural hair growth. They are considered to be a more...

  • Surgical treatments for hair loss with live hair follicles
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    Surgical treatments for hair loss with live hair follicles

    7 months ago

    Three treatment philosophies: There are three treatment philosophies for using surgery for treating hair loss. This hub describes treatments that involve surgical redistribution of one's own live hair follicles for a look of having more hair....

  • Chile pepper growing
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    Chile pepper growing

    7 months ago

    Here you'll find the basics of pepper gardening, most of which I learned as an "environmentally challenged" chile enthusiast. Some of it is from my own experience and some of the knowledge I got from other sources. If you have any comments, recipes...

  • Head lice problems with kids
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    Head lice problems with kids

    7 months ago

    Head lice infestation is a major problem in the United States, thoughout Europe and Asia. The problem is particularly common in schoolchildren. There are many treatments but whatever approach is used, head lice can be a persistent or recurring...

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