5 Helpful Tips for First Time Airline Travel With Your Service Dog


Life is full of first times, especially when you have a service dog. Even with all of the training your dog has gone through there may be times when a bit of pre-planning is necessary, like when you are traveling by air for the first time. Here are a few tips to make getting through it easier for both of you. Book flights early By booking as soon as possible, you will get the preferred seating to accommodate your service dog.

7 July 2015

4 Reasons To Call A Cab Instead Of Renting A Car


Before you automatically rent a car for your travels to (or within) remote locales, stop and think about whether hiring local taxis might make more sense -- because sometimes it does. Here are four advantages you'll enjoy when you're a taxi cab passenger instead of a rental car driver. 1. The Driver Knows How to Get There You might think you can follow a map or listen to GPS instructions as well as anyone, but if you're in an unfamiliar city, you could wind up humiliated, tired, and late for an important meeting or event.

28 May 2015

Recognizing And Responding To Antidepressant Overdose


Overdosing on any drug is potentially harmful to humans, but prescription antidepressant and anti-anxiety medication can be especially serious. If you carry antidepressants with you, or have a family member who takes them regularly, you should be aware of the symptoms of overdose, how to respond to overdose, and how to properly store and regulate medication to make sure that accidental overdose does not occur. Symptoms Of Overdose It is actually more typical than you may think for depressed individuals to use more medication than recommended by their prescription, often without intention to cause themselves harm.

2 April 2015