New Study Finds Caffeine May Help Increase Pain Tolerance

New Study Finds Caffeine May Help Increase Pain Tolerance

Pain is something a lot of people have to deal with on a regular basis — like the 35 million people in the U.S. alone who suffer from TMJ disorder. And when it comes to managing and treating pain, there aren’t really that many safe and effective options. Yes, there are options like surgery and… Read more

Helping A Pup With Allergies

Helping A Pup With Allergies

Around 10% of dogs have allergies, with certain breeds being more prone to them, such as the Bichon Frise and Labrador Retrievers. Allergies come in the form of itchy skin from fleas or shampoos, intolerances to foods and seasonal problems. There’s a risk of any breed having an allergic reaction, but it’s worth bearing in mind that if you decide on a breed that has a high chance of allergies then they may require a little more time and effort to keep them happy and healthy. Read more

4 Tricks To Protect Your Kids’ Hearing

4 Tricks To Protect Your Kids’ Hearing

Hearing protection is important for everyone, but this is especially true for young children. Kids can be especially sensitive to sound, and they’re also more likely to accidentally expose themselves to sounds loud enough to be damaging in the long term. Here are just a few tips and tricks to ensure your kids’ hearing stays safe, making sure their hearing is healthy for years to come. Read more

The Brightest Memories Are Those of Summer’s Youth

The Brightest Memories Are Those of Summer’s Youth

It’s a rare adult who doesn’t look back at the summers of their youth with a heavy dose of nostalgia. For many people, it’s among the best times of their life. Childhood is itself filled with some amazing moments. It’s a time of wonder and discovery. A time when anything seems possible and every dawn holds new surprises. Read more

Who is Responsible for Bills of the Deceased?

Who is Responsible for Bills of the Deceased?

Who ultimately become responsible for paying back the debts of the deceased depends on the kind of debt and legal requirements of residency. Secured debts, personal loans, cosigned loans and tax payment obligations always survive death. If you assume a lot of unpaid debt in life, you could be setting up your loved ones and/or the inheritors of your estate to deal with a lot of legally mandated debt hassles. Read more

New Study Links Chemicals in Carpeting to Hyperthyroidism in Cats

New Study Links Chemicals in Carpeting to Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Of all the countries in the world, the United States is the number one producer of chemical products. From cleaners to lubricants to pesticides, the U.S. mass-produces chemical goods for domestic and international consumption. It’s no wonder that an incredible 3 billion tons of hazardous chemicals and waste are shipped every year — and those are just the… Read more