Hello Hedra Readers,
Thank you for the questions and topics you submitted for this month’s issue.
One of the themes running through the topics submitted was “How do I manage my own well-being during these wild times?” This is such a great question and a really broad topic. I’ve put together a smorgasbord of strategies to help navigate the waters in which we find ourselves.
Is Testosterone safe for women and men with a history of a previous heart attack or congestive heart failure?
Years of successful Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) in men and women with heart disease suggests it is safe, however, no long term studies have been done.
Testosterone is shown to keep cardiac arteries dilated around the heart by inducing the release of nitric oxide. Open arteries provide more oxygen to heart tissue reducing the risk of heart attack.
This Months Featured Articles
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There have been so many ups and downs, strange happenings and unusual history making events these past few months that it’s got many people thinking that this might just be the end of the world.
AND IT IS!
It is the end of the world as we know it. We will never be the same!
AND THIS IS A REALLY GOOD THING!
It doesn’t seem like this right now on so many levels but Gaia couldn’t take any more, and mankind needed a shake-up. And this is just what we got.
What’s your dog saying to you with his body? Canine body language is a large part of communication in the pack and with humans.
Playing - When playing, the ears are up and forward, usually the mouth is open and the eyes are relaxed. Dog to dog play is a way they learn to fight, hunt and reproduce. Many times the first move to initiate play is a bow or pawing the air at each other. It’s like they are telling each other that all the biting, growling and stalking is not serious, it’s playtime.