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Taking Care of Baby Water Turtles

Aquatic turtles spend their time swimming and eating in water or basking on land. They can be beautiful, entertaining pets, but especially as hatchlings, they require proper care if they are to survive and thrive. To keep your baby turtle healthy and happy, you’ll need to provide the proper habitat, feed it the right...

Beating a Marathon Muscle Cramps

The most commonly sustained injury when training for or running a marathon is muscle cramps. Cramps occur when the body runs out of energy, fluid and electrolytes or when the muscles overheat during exercise. Fortunately, cramps are preventable. Following a proper training regimen and marathon preparation can help you to achieve your goal of...

Taking Care of a Pet

Maybe you have a pet or are thinking of getting one. It's important that you understand how to take care of a pet properly. Many pets are very loving creatures, and they are relying on you for proper care. Caring for a pet isn't that hard, but it can be time consuming, so make...

To Avoid Overstimulation

Becoming hyper because you've spent too much time in a highly stimulating environment can leave you feeling irritable, with too much pent-up energy waiting to be released. This would be OK if you can take a run outside but getting over-stimulated before class, an event, sleep, work, or other obligation is hardly ideal. Here...

Keeping an Emotional Support Animal in No‐Pet Housing

Many U.S. landlords have strict no-pet policies that govern their rental units. Under federal law, these policies do not apply to service animals that assist disabled people. This includes not only animals that provide actual services to people with physical disabilities, but also emotional support animals that serve as companions for people with mental...