Fourth of July is just around the corner, which for many pet owners means it’s time to start planning how to cope with this year’s fireworks. For most of our 4-legged friends, fireworks can be threatening and anxiety-inducing. The loud, unpredictable noises make them feel threatened, and result in barking, whining and hiding. Luckily, there are a few things you can do help your dog cope with fireworks and stay calm this Fourth of July:
This week, we learned of the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion confirming that the right to an abortion as we’ve known it for the past 50 years is set to end later this summer. If this legislation holds, it will mean that more than half of the US states will outlaw or severely restrict access to safe abortions. This will impact the health and wellness of all women around the country by not only forcing women to carry out full term pregnancies against their will, but also leave agency over women’s bodies entirely dependent on where we live.
With age comes wisdom… but also wrinkles! And while wrinkles are natural, healthy, and should be embraced, there are natural and healthy things you can do to minimize the effects of aging on your skin and promote overall wellness. What are the Common Signs of Aging on Our Skin? Wrinkling, thinning, and sunspots are all … Read more
The world is opening up and (though we don’t want to jinx it) it seems there may be a light at the end of the long covid tunnel. In addition to restaurants welcoming diners back inside and large social events ramping up, international travel is finally returning– and even without masks. And while this is exciting news, it’s not all clear skies. Though many of us are eager to start traveling again, after being stuck at home for more than 2 years, traveling again can seem stressful and daunting. Here are a few tips to incorporate health and wellness into your upcoming travels:
4/20 is here again, and we are celebrating by giving 20% off all of our CBD bath bombs, bath salts and gummies too! Visit us in store or visit our website and use code 420 at checkout, and read on to learn about the origins of this cannabis-centered holiday. April 20th or 4/20 has become known around the world as a holiday for cannabis culture by users and non-users alike, but few actually know the origins behind this date.
Some say “420” is code among police officers for “marijuana smoking in progress”. Others note 4/20 is Adolf Hitler’s birthday. And even look to Bob Dylan’s song “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35” because 12 multiplied by 35 equals 420.
Spring has sprung- and so have pesky seasonal allergies.
Experts have warned that allergy season will be far more intense this year as a result of our changing climate and growing pollen concentrations. “With a warmer winter comes a longer growing season for trees and grasses that produce pollen, meaning a higher concentration of pollen for us to deal with as it begins to bloom,” says Dr. Ahmed, an ENT doctor in at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas.