The Time is Now!

For those that hаvе the means, nоw іѕ the реrfесt time tо dо ѕоmе bаthroom rеmоdеlіng. Evеrуоnе is tаlkіng about thе doom аnd gloom есоnоmу, but just like whеn thе ѕtосk market сrаѕhеd іn thе early раrt оf thе nіnеtееnth сеnturу, thеrе wеrе thоѕе that ѕаw аn орроrtunіtу аnd there wеrе those thаt ѕіmрlу gаvе іn and got left bеhіnd.

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Otters – A Good Measure of How Safe Our Water Is

Zoology students from the University of Hull undertook a two year study, aided by state-of-the-art technology and DNA analysis and the study revealed the presence of three wild otters living at Tophill Low Nature Reserve. That’s definitely something to be excited about because a thriving population of otters, no matter how small it may be is a good measure of how safe our water is. Continue reading “Otters – A Good Measure of How Safe Our Water Is”

Staying Fit With Crohn’s Disease: Tips For Exercising Safely

Exercise can benefit anyone, but when you suffer from a severe intestinal disorder like Crohn’s disease, jumping right into a fitness program can be dangerous. That’s why it’s important to approach any exercise regime with caution and consult your doctor to find out what they recommend. Continue reading “Staying Fit With Crohn’s Disease: Tips For Exercising Safely”