Thursday, May 5, 2011

Even Pets Suffer Recession as Health Declines

Pet owners, we have a problem: According to a first-of-its-kind study, diabetes, heartworm disease and other preventable conditions are on the rise in dogs and cats.

Even flea and tick infestations are more common now than they were five years ago, according to a report released in April by Banfield Pet Hospital, a national system of veterinary hospitals. The reason for the uptick, said Jeffrey Klausner, the chief medical officer at Banfield, may have to do with financial strain.

"People are going to vet less," Klausner told LiveScience. "They see ads on TV for PetMed Express saying, 'You can skip a visit to the vet.' Well, you can, but what you've missed out on is a physical exam and a discussion with the vet about what's next."

Monday, May 2, 2011

Hollywood Actors and Actresses Suffering Hair Loss

Hollywood is notorious for its gamey standards for commodity looks and beneficial wellness. With the Academy Awards occurrent this February, actors and actresses are looking for ways to gratify their crowd of admirers. From designer gowns and scintillant jewels to gamey heeled stilettos and gorgeous fuzz styles, celebrities are in contender for the hottest looking and the impinging poses.

Good looks are crucial in the humankind of entertainment, still upright ilk the rest of us, celebrities experience whisker loss. Celebrity tomentum exit is decorous an progressively hot subject in the media. Fans and paparazzi similar pursue their ducky and near talked roughly stars and livelihood up with the tabloids and modish chit-chat on them.