John Tesh: Intelligence for Your Life

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Star Pet Of The Week – January 18, 2019

Jackie sure looks happy playing with her new scarf. So cute! Thanks for submitting the video Linda. 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 https://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com each week!

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Do You Have DeQuervain’s Syndrome?

That’s tendonitis of the wrist caused by overuse of the thumbs. It’s most often triggered by REPETITIVE motions – like operating a pair of scissors, or playing the piano… but it can also come from frequently LIFTING heavy objects with the thumbs flexed – say, grocery bags or a BABY. In fact, that’s one reason the condition is often referred …

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Are Late Nights Leaving You Feeling Groggy The Next Morning?

If you feel groggy and brain-foggy every morning, your biological clock might be out of whack. The solution: Go camping! It can reset your internal clock in just 2 days. Dr. Kenneth Wright is director of the Sleep Laboratory at the University of Colorado, Boulder. And he says we’re biologically wired to go to bed about 2 hours earlier than …

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Don’t Share Football Snacks With Your Dog!

Watching football and eating snacks go hand in hand… Just don't let those snacks go from your hand – to your dog’s mouth! Here are the football snacks that are toxic to dogs: Onions are extremely poisonous to dogs… and frying them makes it worse. Onions contain thiosulphate which is toxic to cats and dogs. It causes red blood cells …

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Thank Your Dog For Extending Your Life!

Dog owners, there’s another reason to spoil your fur baby: Your dog is helping you live longer! It’s the latest in a growing body of research finding that dogs are good for human health – especially for people who live alone. For the new study in Scientific Reports, the researchers looked at over 3 million people between the ages of …

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Star Pet Of The Week – January 11, 2019

Here’s our newest Star Pet Of The Week! Look at all that energy! She sure doesn’t look ready for bed. LOL! Thanks for submitting 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 https://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com …

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Don’t Fall For January Gym Gimmicks

Statistics show that January is the most popular month for people to join gyms… Because they’re motivated to lose weight in the new year. And a lot of gyms cash in on your New Year’s resolution by launching aggressive promotions. But even though they might seem like good deals, I’ve got expert tips to keep you from falling for a …

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Here’s A Quick Food Fight:

Which apple is the most nutritious… a pampered, orchard-grown apple from your local grocery store … or an urban apple from a tree in a public park, or growing near an exhaust-filled highway? Surprisingly enough – it’s the urban apple! That’s according to new research from Wellesley University and the League of Urban Canners – an organization of foragers who …

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Do Fish Get Depressed?

Ever look at the fish inside an aquarium and wonder if they sometimes get lonely, or even depressed? Believe it or not, marine biologists have wondered the same thing… and after conducting more than 100 experiments on fish in recent years, they’ve come to a unanimous conclusion: Fish depression is REAL! In fact, researchers from Troy University in Alabama have …

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Dog & Cat Personality Differences

A new study proves what we've always known: Cats are cunning, and dogs are impressionable. A new study found that dogs rely on outward cues to live with humans, not unlike babies, which influence their behavior even if they can't understand language. For example, dogs prefer half-eaten plates of food that humans obviously love, over bigger portions that humans aren’t …

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