Exercising regularly is important, of course, but there's something special about doing so out in nature. Perhaps working out in the great outdoors gives your brain a respite from the multitasking of everyday life.
W. Thomas Boyce, MD, chief of the division of developmental medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine, discusses how pervasive adversity in childhood increases the risk of physical and mental illness later.
Health care services, whether for humans, canines, or felines, are increasingly expensive—and understandably, many pet owners don’t want healthcare decisions driven by finances. Enter pet health insurance. Here’s how to evaluate potential plans.