There’s a theory in the health community that…
Much like fire leaves ash when it burns, so does your metabolism. But we don’t call it ash.
2021 will be remembered in the business world as the year of the Great Resignation… But author Jonathan Fields thinks we’re soon going to rebrand
Have you ever wondered why it feels so good to cross something off of your list? There’s a psychological principle, known as the “Zeigarnik effect,”
Around 2,700 B.C.E., King Shen Nong of China made a mistake.
They say it’s just a legend, but if it’s true…
King Shen Nong changed the world forever with an oopsie.
He made tea.
And it only took the Chinese another 700 years to figure out that tea had healing properties and could be applied to herbal medicine. (A much shorter time than it took the rest of us.)
When I had the idea for my Interconnected film series, I had to choose a director.
Tough gig – I needed to find someone who not only had plenty of documentarian experience, but who shared the heart and connection that I felt to the cause…
Someone who also cared deeply about making people feel better through the spread of knowledge with a focus on positivity and proaction.
And John Biffar was completely that guy.
Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as single-payer pet healthcare.
And since they don’t have jobs, it’s up to you to decide when their ailments are serious enough to require vet visits…
Or when there may be a topical fix at home.
The average price of a vet visit for a dog can range between $50 and $400.
Staying informed as a pet owner is the best thing you can do to save yourself some money.