August 2013

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Tips for Housebreaking Dogs

When housebreaking a dog, the initial work invested early on is well worth the time and effort.

CitySide Subaru: Caring for Animals and the Environment

CitySide Sabaru has a special fondness for four-legged creatures and a concern for the environment.

PittieLove Rescue Information Day in Westborough

On Saturday, August 3, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Especially for Pets, in Westborough, is holding an Adoption Information Day with PittieLove Rescue.

Probiotics Replenish Good Bacteria and Good Health

If there is one natural supplement that most doctors are recommending these days, it is a well-sourced probiotic.

Building New Environments for Healthier Routines

Purposeful development of a city, community space or designated green space increases community health.

Altering the Chemistry of Cancer With Food

Any holistic approach to battling cancer should consider the science behind cancer’s survival.

Treating Cancer with Tong Ren Therapy

Tong Ren is an energy healing therapy developed in the 1990s by Chinese acupuncturist and Chi Gong teacher Tom Tam.

Kim Childs: from Panic to Purpose as a Creative Living Coach

A healing journey transformed Kim Childs into a Kripalu yoga teacher and creative living coach.

The Bottom-Up Yoga-Neuroscience Link

Research findings connect yoga’s effect on neuroscience, specifically the vagus nerve.

Effective, All-Natural Herbal Insect Repellent for People and Pets

SkyTherapy, an organic, all-natural line of body products, has developed an effective herbal insect repellent that works for people and pets.

New Sterile Lab Passes Inspection at Johnson Compounding and Wellness Center

Johnson Compounding and Wellness Center (JCWC) has opened its newly renovated sterile laboratory, in Waltham.

Free Summer Concerts, Movies and Festivals at the Hatch Shell in Boston

The Edward A. Hatch Memorial Shell is the site for free concerts, movies and festivals throughout August.