John Tesh: Intelligence for Your Life

The John Tesh Radio Show, weekdays 10am – 3pm. Great KIXI music and intelligence for your life.

Understanding Your Cat!

Even cat lovers may not understand their cats! That’s the message from John Bradshaw, an anthro-zoologist and author of the book "Cat Sense”… He says, the number-one thing that we humans don't understand about our cats is: That they don't automatically get along with other cats. For the most part, dogs can get along with each other pretty quickly – …

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The Latest Form Of Therapy Comes In An Adorable Package!

Traveling is stressful. So now airports are trying to combat it by bringing in some of the cutest creatures on earth: Mini horses! The trend is growing and started at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, where twice a month, passengers can interact with miniature therapy horses. Lisa Moad runs the non-profit that supplies the horses and says the mini horses have …

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What Is Heat Prostration?

That refers to “heat exhaustion,” or the extreme fatigue we feel on a hot day – when we just want to lie down and do nothing! It’s one of the most common disorders that occurs in hot weather… and it’s caused by the body’s inability to regulate its internal temperature. Because normally, our temperature stays around 98-point-6 degrees Fahrenheit. And …

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Star Pet Of The Week – June 07, 2019

Watch what Livingston the cat does when Mom compliments him and says ‘I Love You’. Very funny! Thank you for submitting the hilarious 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 each week!

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Keep Your Dog Cool In Hot Weather

Here’s a quick rule of thumb for pet-owners: If you’re hot, your animal is too. All animals, even small ones like hamsters or guinea pigs, are susceptible to overheating in hot weather so here are a couple tips to keep your animal safe and cool during the hottest months of the year: First, animals – even furry ones – can …

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Who Loves Us More: Dogs Or Cats?

It’s not that your cat doesn't love you… it’s just that cats aren’t wired to feel much of anything, emotionally. Now, it’s been proven over and over that having a pet is great for your health: It lowers blood pressure, relieves stress, reduces the risk of heart attack, and improves sleep. But if you’re looking for a pet that’ll show …

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Has Your Get-Up-And-Go Left For The Day?

If your energy is tanking, here are 3 quick science-based pick-me-ups you can do right now. First, stop what you’re doing and go for a 10‑minute walk. According to the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, a brisk 10‑minute walk is so revitalizing, it can increase energy for the next 2 hours. Another quick pick-me-up: Grab a stick of gum. …

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Star Pet Of The Week – May 31, 2019

Cats need to exercise too! Treadmills can be fun for everyone… at the right speed of course. 😉 Thank you AngieBarr for sending in the cute 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 …

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Tattoos And Working Out

3 out of 10 people have tattoos now. That’s according to a recent Harris Poll. But if you have a bunch of tattoos, and you spend a bunch of time working out, we have a little heads up! A recent study in the journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise shows that tattoos can be potentially dangerous to exercisers. …

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Women And Having Babies After 35

A lot of women are having babies later in life – and that’s a good thing – for their brains! New research found having a baby after age 35 helped women better preserve their memory later in life. The study was published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society… and it found women who gave birth after age 35 …

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