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Thursday, August 5, 2021

Food Allergies in Dogs and Cats

What should you do if you think your dog has a food allergy?

Help! My Dog’s Itching is Driving Me Crazy

One of the most common problems I see on a daily basis in my practice is itching dogs.  This is because an itching animal usually gets the owner’s attention.  Persistent chewing and scratching is not only frustrating to the owner, but miserable for the pet as well

Claims Vaping a Safe Alternative to Smoking Go up in Smoke

While smoke is not involved in vaping, a firestorm of controversy about the safety of vaping has filled the air recently.

A Candid Interview with Steve Austin, Author of ‘From Pastor to Psych Ward’

I grew up in a fundamentalist church culture that demanded outward performance, to the detriment of genuine faith. Because my brain didn't work like other Christians I knew, I learned to blend in and keep my mouth shut.

Screen Time Safety for Children: The Latest Research

Children who spend more than two hours per day looking at an electronic screen demonstrate decreased memory, diminished language skills, and shortened attention spans.

Saying Good-Bye to Pets

Putting a pet to sleep is one of the most difficult decisions a pet owner will ever have to make. Unfortunately, it's also a decision many owners want ...

Most Churchgoers Abstain from Alcohol Consumption, Survey Says

Out of 1000 Protestant churchgoers, 41% said they drink alcohol, while 59% said they don’t.

Locating Light Inside the Tunnel of Loss, Part 1

“There is light at the end of the tunnel.” This saying is intended to relieve our angst while experiencing difficulties, reminding us that things will improve. But, what about the Tunnel of Loss that occurs when you lose a child; in some cases, your only child or all your children?

The Lowdown on Essential Oils

New products are popping up every day touting the existence of “essential oils” in their ingredients. But why are essential oils so important all of a sudden? The fact is,...

The Latest Research on Baby Walkers

By Ginny Cruz Baby walkers are back in the news. According to a new study published October 2018 in Pediatrics, more than 230,000 children under fifteen months of age were treated...

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Feast of Chinese Martyrs Celebrated

Christians in China celebrated on July 9th the feast day of Chinese Martyrs, 120 people persecuted for their faith and killed between 1648 and 1930.

UK Charities Launch Video Series to Inspire Christians

Two Christian charities in the UK have teamed up to highlight the global church response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

College Christians Want to Deepen Their Faith on Campus

Christian college students are looking for help within the community to enhance Bible engagement and improve their prayer life.