The Promise Of Precision Medicine For Dogs

We’ve made a lot of progress in medicine over the past few decades. We’ve developed vaccines and antibiotics that can fight off infections, heart pumps to keep people alive after surgery, and even artificial hips for our arthritis-ridden pets. But despite all these advances, one thing hasn’t changed: most of us still believe that whenever something goes wrong with our bodies or our pets’, we’ll just have to put up with it or live with the consequences. That’s why so many people are hesitant about getting genetic tests for themselves or their loved ones—and why so many pet owners don’t know what DNA sequencing is or how it could benefit them or their furry family members. Luckily, there’s a new way of thinking about disease called “precision medicine” that could change all of this forever.

Precision medicine is a new way of thinking about disease.

Precision medicine is a new way of thinking about disease. It’s all about tailoring treatments to individual patients, and it’s not just for humans. Dogs have benefited from human research into cancer, heart disease and allergies.

What does this mean for your dog? Well, if you have an older dog with arthritis that responds well …

Building A Meditation Habit

Meditating is one of the best things you can do for your health and mental well-being. It can help reduce stress, anxiety and depression while promoting happiness and positivity. And it’s not just a fad or trend—meditation has been around for thousands of years, likely because it works. If you’re new to meditation or want to learn more about how to start a regular practice, here are some tips from experts on how to build a meditation habit:

Meditation has many mental, emotional and physical health benefits.

Meditation can help you get to sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, increase focus and attention span, manage pain more effectively and improve overall mental health.

Meditation has also been shown to help with depression. In fact, one study published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found that meditation was just as effective as antidepressants at treating major depressive disorder (MDD).

The benefits of meditation go beyond mental health: It’s been shown that the practice may help with weight loss by lowering blood pressure and reducing inflammation–which could mean fewer flare-ups of chronic conditions like diabetes or arthritis.

There are different types of meditation.

There are many different types of meditation. The goal of …

Why I Think Plant-Based Diets Are The Future

I’ve been vegan for about six years, and in that time I’ve noticed a lot of people are trying out the diet. Some stick with it, while others drop off after a few months or years. But if you’ve never tried it before, or if you’re just curious about how healthy and sustainable this way of eating is, here’s why I think plant-based diets are the future:

Plant-based diets are healthy.

Plant-based diets are healthier for you and the planet.

  • Plant-based diets are healthier for you. A 2014 meta-analysis of 69 studies found that vegans had lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels and body mass indices than non-vegetarians.[1]
  • Plant-based diets are healthier for the planet. Animal agriculture is responsible for 51% of global greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) according to a report by Worldwatch Institute[2].

Plant-based diets are more environmentally friendly than other diets.

The production of animal products requires a lot of land and water. For example, it takes about 2,500 gallons of water to produce one pound of beef. A plant-based diet can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by decreasing the amount of land needed to grow crops for food, which in turn results in less deforestation and fewer greenhouse …

Managing Stress in the Age of Technology

Technology can be a wonderful thing. It’s made life easier and helped us communicate with others more easily than ever before. But there are times when technology becomes an addiction, which can be unhealthy and stressful. If you’re feeling the effects of too much time spent on your phone or computer, here are some things that might help:

Technology is a part of our daily lives, so it’s important to learn how to regulate the use of technology in a way that doesn’t affect your health.

Technology is a part of our daily lives, so it’s important to learn how to regulate the use of technology in a way that doesn’t affect your health.

  • Set limits on technology use throughout the day. If you’re not sure where to start or what limits would work best for you and your life, try setting up some basic rules: no phone during meals (or at least turn it off), no phone after 10pm (or whatever time works best). These are just examples–you can come up with rules that fit your needs!
  • Use tech to help relax and de-stress instead of getting sucked into an endless cycle of scrolling through social media feeds or

How Herbal Remedies Can Fix Your Health

Herbal remedies have been used for centuries, but they’ve recently made a comeback in popularity. Today, you can find herbal remedies everywhere—in your local grocery store or online at any number of online retailers. Herbs can be used to treat everything from seasonal allergies to digestive issues and even chronic diseases like cancer. While some experts think that the evidence for herbs is too weak to warrant their use, many people swear by them because they offer natural alternatives that are easy on their bodies and wallets. Here’s why you should consider adding some herbal remedies into your lifestyle:

Herbal remedies can fix your health.

A lot of people don’t know about herbal remedies, but they should. Herbal remedies are natural, so they’re safe to use and effective for a wide range of ailments. They can also be much more affordable than synthetic drugs.

You can make your own herbal remedies at home and take them on a regular basis or just when you need them (like when you have an injury).

Herbal remedies are easy to find and affordable.

Herbal remedies are easy to find and affordable. You can find them in most health food stores, but they’re also …