Pets

  • How To Find Your Passion

    How To Find Your Passion

    Discovering what you love to do most can have a breathtaking effect on your life. Society and the culture we live in place a whole bunch of expectations on us, which most of us simply absorb and strive to live up to. A good job, a nice home, a successful relationship, a family – these

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    Can dogs understand human language

    Can dogs understand human language

    It’s a fascinating idea isn’t it? That your pooch really understands when you are talking to him. There you are, wittering away to your canine counsellor and really feeling as though they are listening. He senses you are sad and places a gentle paw on your knee, gazing adoringly at you with big brown eyes

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    Are We being Too Clean

    Are We Too Clean?

    Earlier this month researchers in Belgium suggested that the use of bleach as a cleaning product could actually cause more harm to children’s health than it prevents. In a study involving more than 9,000 schoolchildren from Spain, the Netherlands and Finland, researchers concluded that a 20% increase in risk of flu and a 35% higher

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    Living with Bipolar

    Living with Bipolar

    Bipolar disorder affects a huge number of people in the UK, with one in twenty being on the spectrum and 1%-2% of the population having a diagnoses of it. With these stats in mind, it’s important to find ways to support yourself or others to live well alongside this condition. Information is power! Educate yourself

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    Dogs and new babies

    Dogs and new babies

    Up until now, your pet dog may have been your ‘baby’ but if you will soon be bringing a new son or daughter home then your pooch may start to feel a little put out. Dogs can find new babies very puzzling and often aren’t quite sure what to make of them, especially if they

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    Health benefits of gardening

    Health benefits of gardening

    There has been a lot of recent research from leading mental health charities about the benefits of ‘green exercise’ which translates as ‘doing physical stuff outdoors’. Studies have repeatedly shown that either alongside or instead of medication, gardening can be extremely therapeutic. Reducing stress levels Both anxiety and depression have tenancies to keep our focus

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