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One of the Most Useful Tricks to Teach Your Dog

One of the Most Useful Tricks to Teach Your Dog

It’s great fun to teach Man’s (and Woman’s) best friend a few tricks and commands. Common ones include “sit”, “down”, “shake” or “high five”, “roll over”, (“get me a beer” if your dog is pretty advanced), and so on. But here’s...

Why College Students Should Carry ICE Information

Why College Students Should Carry ICE Information

Seriously? Really? As parents of college students, we’ve all heard those statements, often accompanied by an eye roll, too many times to count.  But when safety is at stake, we have to ignore the eye rolls and the sarcastic statements,...

More Than Half of All People With Dementia Will Wander

More Than Half of All People With Dementia Will Wander

More than half of all people with dementia will wander. Unfortunately, sometimes a person with Alzheimer's may not remember even simple information such as his or her name or address.  They can become disoriented, even in normally familiar places. While it...

The back to school advice you should NOT ignore!

The back to school advice you should NOT ignore!

Children are already heading back to school, if they haven’t already!  Ever-longer school supply lists have been filled.  Pencils are sharpened, notebooks are new and waiting to be filled with interesting information.  Lunch boxes and backpacks are purchased, shoes are...

Drop, Cover, and Hold On! - How to Stay Safe In an Earthquake

Drop, Cover, and Hold On! - How to Stay Safe In an Earthquake

But I don’t live in California?   About 80% of the world’s earthquakes occur in a rim around the Pacific Ocean, called the “Ring of Fire”.  The entire West Coast of the United States, as well as parts of Alaska,...