Reaching the age of 25 is the milestone point that your body starts to produce less collagen. This means that not only will the quality of your skin start to decline, but you may start to notice changes in your joints and the ability to recover from injuries.
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Maybe you’ve decided the times right to make a big move and you’re excited to start your new life. This is all well and good, but your pet may not be feeling the same way! Some animals take time to adapt to their surroundings and feel safe when things are familiar and they’re in a routine. Taking all this familiarity away from them, can mean a huge amount of stress and could take them a while to get used to the new home. — Read Article
Christmas, the holidays, the long drive with pets or maybe the kennels, our pet’s world is turned upside down through the holiday season, unfamiliar visitors including children and other pets all add to the stress and anxiety for our pets who like us are happiest with a familiar routine and surroundings. — Read Article
The history of white willow bark as a natural treatment dating back in recorded history to the Egyptian times of the Pharaohs through Arab, Greek and Roman history, right up to the beginning of the 20th century. — Read Article
Kiwifruit despite the name they are not native to New Zealand, Mary Isobel Fraser returned from China in 1904 with seed she had gathered while visiting. They were planted in Wanganui in 1906 by Alexander Allison and the first crop was harvested in 1910, people described the flavour as gooseberry hence the initial name of Chinese gooseberry. — Read Article