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5 More Lessons from the Animal Kingdomd

Nature has many wisdoms and lessons for those who are open to her teachings. 7 years ago I went through a major life change where I began to “wake up.” Fortunately, nature was there, patiently waiting for me. Animals are wonderful communicators and messengers who are more than willing to interact with those open to the possibility.

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  Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs  

The 5 Most Poisonous Foods Our Dogs Must Avoid

Dogs are quite fond of picking up things they aren’t supposed to be eating—especially puppies. This is due to their heightened sense of smell, coupled with their curious nature to discover the world around them. Unfortunately, this can lead to some potentially poisonous decisions on our puppy’s part. Some can even be fatal. Sadly, this is not just a puppy-habit. Dogs of all ages can still encounter toxic foods that can cause serious health issues.

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  Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs  

Major Shifts in Consciousness Observed Throughout the Animal Kingdom

Humans have long thought themselves to be the smartest animals on the planet, but evidence continues to reveal that even with little shared DNA – animals are catching up, and perhaps even surpassing our own evolutionary intelligence.

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  Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs  

Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs

Milk from Tasmanian devils and other marsupials may be a natural cure for antibiotic-resistant infections, suggests a study conducted by researchers from the University of Sydney and published in the journal “Scientific Reports.” The researchers found that the milk contains no fewer than six compounds capable of killing some of the world's worst superbugs.”

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Study Shows Exposure to Animals in Early Childhood Supports Immune Development
Is Urban Living Making Us Sick? The last century, especially the last several decades, has seen a steep rise in levels of allergies, asthma and auto-immune disorders. What is interesting is that statistical analysis shows that typically these conditions are more prevalent in developed nations than in developing countries, and when families migrate from a developing country with a low incidence rate to a developed one with a high incidence rate, it only takes one generation for the conditions to present.

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5 Spiritual Lessons You Can Learn From Your Dog

Did you ever realize that God spelled backwards is Dog? A dog, and most other pets as well, retain that godliness that many human beings are born with but often lose over time. Dogs are natural spiritual teachers. My neighbour’s dog, Sammy, has been a great inspiration for me. There are many spiritual lessons to be learned from animals. Here are just 5 of them …

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Surprising new leads uncovered in global obesity epidemic

Researchers have uncovered surprising new leads in the worldwide obesity epidemic by examining the combination of our rapidly changing environment with our overwhelming appetite for protein.

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