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Star Pet Of The Week – September 21, 2018

Here’s our newest Star Pet Of The Week! What a smart boy! Thank you to SusanKarnbach for the video! Want your pet to be our next Star Pet Of The Week? Upload your adorable, quirky, lovable, funny pet videos to http://TeshVideos.com We’ll feature the best ones on http://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com each week! …read more

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Food Manufacturers Are Trying To Trick Us!

Food manufacturers and fast food chains have figured out how to fool us into thinking we’re hungrier than we actually are! They do it by manipulating our senses! So, here’s some healthy eating advice from Oxford University psychologist Dr. Charles Spence, who specializes in multisensory perception. First: We eat with our eyes, in a way. And the color of a …

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Do Therapy Dogs ENJOY Helping People?

Have you ever seen a therapy dog mingling with people in a hospital, retirement home, airport or on a college campus? Maybe you’ve thought: “I know it helps people, but how do the therapy dogs feel about trying to comfort total strangers all day?” Good news – a new study in the journal Applied Animal Behavior Science says therapy dogs …

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Is Your Labrador A Little Pudgy?

Does your Labrador retriever scarf down his dinner, and beg for treats and table scraps? It’s because Labradors are genetically wired to be obsessed with food! After studying over 700 Labs, scientists from Cambridge University found that Labradors were more inclined than any other dog breed to beg for food and treats. And it’s because 1-in-4 Labs have at least …

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Do You Know Someone With Deuteranopia?

That refers to the most common form of color blindness, where people have trouble distinguishing RED and GREEN shades. So, for example, in the grocery store, a display of Red Delicious apples might look exactly the same as the Granny Smiths. And in nature, most trees and lawns appear to have a similar yellow shade. According to the National Eye …

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Star Pet Of The Week – September 14, 2018

Our Newest Star Pet Of The Week! …with their best friend! Thank you to Kelly M. for the video! Want your pet to be our next Star Pet Of The Week?Upload your adorable, quirky, lovable, funny pet videos to http://TeshVideos.comWe’ll feature the best ones on http://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com each week! …read more

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The Most Common Effects Of Flying And How To Avoid Them

So you’re bloated, your feet don’t fit in your shoes anymore and you’re coming down with a cold. What happened? You probably flew somewhere! Here are a few of the most common effects of flying, and how to avoid them. First, let’s talk about how big your feet are. Gravity causes fluid to pool in our lower extremities. When you’re …

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How To Handle Annoying Dog Habits:

Cut your dog some slack! Here are two things your dog does – that you probably DON’T like – and the reasoning behind those behaviors. We’ll start with licking. You can easily end up covered in dog slobber if you have a dog that loves to lick. Well, there are various reasons why they do it – but it mostly …

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How Did Cats Take Over Our Homes?

How did cats evolve from the ferocious animals found in the wild to the friendlier house cats found in millions of homes today? That’s what geneticists from the University of Queensland, in Australia, wanted to figure out. So, they recently collected DNA samples from hundreds of living cats around the globe… plus samples from cat skeletons dating back 9,000 years. …

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Dogs Get Empty Nest Syndrome, Too!

Dogs are such happy animals that it’s hard to believe that they can get depressed. But Certified Animal Behavior Consultant Darlene Arden says that any sudden change in routine can send a dog into a funk – especially if it affects YOUR mood, too. For example, you should expect less tail-wagging when your child heads off to summer camp, or …

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