Daily Archive: Sunday, July 2, 2017

2 new plague cases confirmed in New Mexico

Two new cases of the human plague have been confirmed in Sante Fe County, New Mexico, according to health officials. The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) says the disease has been reported in two women, 52, and 62. The first case of the year was reported earlier this month in a 63-year-old man. All

7 Effortless And Unique Summer Jobs That Can Fund Your Next Tropical Vacation

For many of us, we hope summer willbe filled with prime beach time,and jetting offto the tropicswith the squad. Just picture it: You’re laying on the sand with your best girl pals, while the cool breeze is blowing in your hair. As the warm summer heat hits your skin, you sip on a fancy pia

The Scary Reason Animal Shelters Get So Busy On The Fourth Of July

Fireworks and other loud noises can spook animals and cause them to run away, and big parties with lots of people going in and out can mean its easier for cats and dogs to get loose. Thats why multiple animal shelters around the country say July 4 and 5 are some of their busiest days

Would you get a matching manicure with your cat?

First thing’s first: you should never, ever paint your pet’s claws with actual nail polish. It’s toxic to them! But should you hunger for you and your cat to have matching manicures, there’s a glamorous alternative. Cristi, a cat owner from California, routinely purchases nail caps for her cat, Wednesday. One day, she found a

3 dangerous wild plants you want to avoid while hiking

There are many wonderful, wild edible plants scattered across this continent. Pick up a foraging book or take an edible plant class, and youll see a multitude of plants that can turn into a meal. But this bounty doesnt mean that every plant in the wild is our friend. Every region has numerous plants that